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Jack O’ Lantern Punch Art

Jack O’ Lantern Punch Art

Super cute – super easy punch art project for Halloween!!!!  Use as a holiday decoration or on a gift tag.  Also very cute for a Halloween greeting card!!!  Eliminate the jack o’ lantern face and make a cute pumpkin for fall!


Shamrock Card

Shamrock Card

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Here’s a cute card I did for St. Patrick’s Day.  I didn’t have a clover punch as big as I wanted and haven’t yet gotten a die cut machine so I used 4 Martha Stewart heart punches and the branch from my Build-a-Bird Stampin Up Punch (for the stem).  I love this in that I can make the four leaf clover as big as I have a heart punch.  You could also use a smaller heart to layer the leaves for more depth.

Thanks for taking a look!


Bats Flying Over The Moon Punch Out

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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!

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Tombstone Punch Art

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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.


I Bet THIS Pizza Really Tastes Like Cardboard!

Anyone Want a Bite of Pizza?

I Bet THIS Pizza Really Tastes Like Cardboard!

An on-line friend asked me if I could do a piece of pizza punch art for her son’s scrapbook.

I think it came out super cute. I used nesting circles to make the dough and sauce. Then I used my zigzag punch to make cheese strands and added some small pepperoni circles.

Thanks so much for taking time to look at my latest project!

Beach Themed Punch Art Cards

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I had a great time crafting these cute little beach themed handmade greeting cards.  The punch art on the cards could easily be adapted to a summer scrapbook page.

Punches Used

  • Punch Bunch burst (Super Giant)

  • Heart (0.5 inch)

  • Heart (2 inches)

  • EK Success zig-zag punch

  • Paper Studio scalloped heart (1 inch)

  • Recollection circle (0.5 inch)

  • Recollection circle (0.25 inch)

  • EK Success oval (2 inch)


  • Burst punch + heart punch = palm tree

  • Heart punch + circle punch =  beach ball

  • Zig-zag punch = water

  • Square punch + circle punch + oval punch = sand castle

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Thanks so much for taking a peak at my project.  I’d love for you to leave a comment!

Punch Art Beach Ball

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Punch Art Beach Ball

This brightly colored beach ball punch art can be used on a great summer vacation scrapbook page or a birthday card for a summer birthday!!!


  • 4 colors of brightly colored cardstock
  • Heart punch (1.5 to 2 inches)
  • Circle punches (0.25, 1, and 2 inches)
  • Adhesive

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Punch Art Leprechaun: Updated

Punch Art Leprechaun

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I really love all the punch art I have ogled lately on the web.  And what I really like about punch art is that if you don’t have the punches the on-line project uses you can always come up with your own spin!  A little re-cutting of the punches and the projects fall easily into place.

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Punches & Materials

  • 2 inch Paper      Studios circle punch – 1 peach for face.
  • 1 ½ inch Recollections      heart punch – 1 peach, cut in half for ears.
  • 1/2  inch EK      Success square punch – 1 silver reverse punch for inside of hat buckle.
  • 3/4  inch Stampin Up Itty Bitty Banner punch –       punch around square to finish the      hat buckle.  Glue the buckle on with      the pointed ends down to hide them under the brim.
  • 1/4 inch Recollections      circle punch – 2 dark green eyes, add a dab of paint or mini paper circles      for highlights in the eyes.
  • 3/4 inch Recollections      circle punch – 1 pink for the mouth.
  • 1 1/2 inch Recollections      square punch – 1 green for the hat.       Trim the corners of the top of the hat with the corner rounder.
  • 1 1/2 inch Recollections square punch – 1 black 1/2 inch with “rectangle” for the hat band.
  • 2 1/2 inch Recollections      square punch – 1 green “rectangle  ½ inch wide to serve as the hat brim.       Round the corners.
  • 1/4 inch Recollections      circle – 1 peach circle, attach with a foam adhesive circle to make the      nose stand out.
  • 3 inch scalloped      oval – 1 ginger, trim a cut-out with 2 inch circle punch so the “beard”      hugs the face.
  • 2 inch Paper      Studios mustache – 1 ginger and one black mustache.  Glue the black mustache to the back of      the ginger one to create a slight 3D effect.
  • 1 inch Stampin      Up bird punch wing – 2 ginger, glue to forehead to peek out of the hat      brim.

Also Needed

  • White paint pen      or white paint (apply with a toothpick) or mini white circles
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • Corner rounder

Thanks for taking a peek. I hope you enjoy this tutorial.   I would LOVE to hear from you! . . . . . . . buggalcrafts

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