Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Pink with Punches.

It's the halfway mark for my 


so here is some more inspiration for you.

The first card is an easel card and I have again used 
a Hunkydory image from their 
Little Book of Shimmer.
I have used several different punches on here
to show just how versatile they can be.

The 4 big orange punches  are by Tonic  Studios and make  
a set from the Pick of the Bunch collection 702e
The green punches are by woodware and single punches.
By punching out several of the one on the left you can make
shaped roses and the one on the right makes a cupped flower .
Tiny butterfly punch is also by Tonic Studios.


As the name of the book suggest each image has a lovely shimmer to it
so I have used 170 gms shimmer cardstock for the flowers.
Base of card made from pink card stock.

Sentiment is a black plastic sticker from my stash.
I used promarkers to colour the petals and snippets of 
various green coloured card for the leaves.

The flowers are adhered to a raised platform on 
the base of the card which acts as a retainer for the easel
element of the card .

My second card is a Shaker card.
I have only used the one punch  on here to create the butterflies.
SU Bitty butterfly.

Base card is made from pink cardstock
and the shaker element from green card
which is attached to the front of the card.
Image is again by Hunkydory
from their  
Little Book of Flowers.

Silver border of butterflies
sequins, gems and acetate from my stash.
Image is an oval design which I have simply 
enchanced by using an oval die to cut the aperture.
Side view to show the shaker element attached to the front.
Butterflies punched from pink card with gems added.

Hope this gives you some ideas to enter a card/project.

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards Valery, never think of using punches,but the embellishments are lovely.
    Fabulous designs, Kate x

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  2. Two more great ideas for the challenge, I have loads of punches from way back - must try to make more use of them!

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  3. Really fabulous cards! Love them.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  4. Gorgeous cards, those punched flowers are amazing. I'm waaaaay behind with my crafting at the moment but I *will* be over there at Butterfly Challenge before this challenge closes!
    Jane

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  5. Great inspiration Valery just loving the flowers!xxxx

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  6. Valery, this is an amazing card. You have played so well with your punches!
    And now I also met Norm for the first time. He is hilarious!! I am curious already what kind of adventures he is going to make.....
    Lia xx

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  7. Love it. Fabulous project. Love the goodies and papers used..xx
    {aNNie}

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  8. wow, what a stunning easel card - this is incredible use of punches - I have to find mine and try to do something like that. and I love the second one too - amazing image.

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  9. Your flowers are just beautiful. Who knew punches could turn out something so gorgeous.

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  10. Wow!! These papers are wonderful and you are doing great cards with them!! Both your inspirations look amazing and your punched flowers are so sweet!
    LOVE really very much the second card, so impressive with the green oval aperture and the stunning butterfly sequins! Love the punched butterflies around the oval,too, so delicate and sweet!!

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  11. Sooo pretty and beautiful especially love your shaker card
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  12. Your cards are just gorgeous, and I'm especially fond of the shaker card - something I've never been able to make that's decent enough to give to someone! LOL The flowers are magnificent!

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  13. Both are just stunning. Hmm, now where did I put those petal pairs punches.... Cara x

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  14. Two gorgeous card Mrs A and your flowers are beautiful. I have lots of punches but seem to use the same few over and over again. Barbxx

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  15. Wow! Stunning!! You're a punching goddess!!
    Lucy x

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