Bats Flying Over The Moon Punch Out
It’s me again with more PUNCH ART! This Halloween bat punch art takes a little practice but it’s really so cute!
Thanks for taking a look!
Tombstone Punch Art
Just want to share a cute little punch art project I made this evening in about 15 minutes and that included digging for the supplies! Gravestones! are Just what your Halloween scrapbook page or homemade card need to “get into the spirit” of things!
I used an EKsucces tag punch (I would have rounded the corners but the punch doesn’t fit in my corner rounder) to punch the tombstones then added a spider web stamp. My tombstones look new but you could tear or cut them down to suggest decorating stones.
I used tiny punched letters but if your handwriting is better than mine you can write in a message. These could even be used as place cards for a Halloween party. Finally I added a spider punch.
THANKS SO MUCH FOR TAKING A LOOK!
I am really loving this Stampin’ Up punch. There are tons of things you can make with it – take a look at my Pinterest board Punch Art: Stampin Up Bird Punch.
One thing you will find on that board is a rosebud using the wings and branch of the bird punch.
I love this as it’s great for scrapbooking and cards for so many different occasions - Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Get Well, Thinking of You, and many more!
Here’s mine, but check out the one’s on Pinterest because basically these women (?) are complete and total artists and achieve some totally awesome projects way beyond the level I am at now.
Thanks for taking a look!
Punch art starts with simply breaking down the individual component parts a design and then selecting the paper punchers you already have on-hand to create that design.
As each piece is punched and assembled by hand these will not be the perfectly polished pieces you purchase ready made at a craft store. Expect some charming (in my humble opinion) defects that make each piece totally unique.
This cute card would be darling for a child’s birthday card. It uses a reverse punch technique – simply use the “holes” left after you make a punch. I also used zigzag punches cut in half and two sizes of circle punches to create confetti on the card.
I Love Sewing “Quilted” Handmade Greeting Card
My granddaughter and I have recently got “into” making handmade cards. I found this really cool set of stamps with a sewing theme at Big Lots recently (it was $2 – what a find!). After some brainstorming we came up with this card that (to us at least) looks like a sewing project gone mad! On one card I used a zigzag punch to create “rick-rack” trim for the “quilt”. It’d also be cute to make stiches with your pen to join the squares together.
The first card will go to my sister-in-law who loves to sew. I don’t really share her love for sewing– I mean I love to craft – but sewing has not been my “thing”. I do however enjoy making faux sewing projects (looks like sewing, but isn’t).
This is a fun little card I just made. I can’t claim this is my design or even that I added my own twist to it. I don however think that it’d be really cute to make one in pink!