Thursday, October 25, 2012

Somewhere Over the Rainbow . . . Card

   If you'e looking for a tool that you’ll use over and over – look no further ... consider Circle Punches! 
     Punches are top-selling tools that allow you to create beautiful projects quickly. Like this one I did:
     Because our great selection of Circle Punches coordinate with many stamp sets, and each other, you’ll find yourself reaching for them often. 
     Plus, if you’ve ever tried to hand-cut a circle, you know how frustrating it is! 
     I suggest starting with the 2-1/2” and 1-3/8” circles so you can punch large and small images. Then fill in with others, like the 1” and 1-1/4” so you can create a variety of layers.
     I call this my "Rainbow Card".  What do you think?  Does it remind you of a rainbow, too? 
     I saw a rainbow on the way to work this morning.  It was beautiful, and I've been wanting to make a rainbow every since.
What I used:
Stamps - Lacy & Lovely stamp set (#122885 wood, #122887 clear)
Ink:  Tangerine Tango (#126946), Pacific Point (#126951)  & Chocolate Chip (#126979)
Note Card & Envelope (#107311) 1   Note Card & Envelope
Whisper White Card Stock (#100730) 1 piece cut at 1-1/2” x 4-1/4” and a scrap for punching (about 2” x 4”)
Lucky Limeade Card Stock (#122926) one piece cut at  3/4" x 3-1/2” and a scrap for punching (about 2” x 2”)
Pacific Point Card Stock (#111350) a scrap for punching (about  3” x 3”)
International Bazaar Designer Series Paper (#126920) one piece of the pattern you see here cut at  3" x 3-1/2"
Other Wonderful items - Rhinestone Jewels (1 small) (#119246)
Circle Punches: 2-1/2” (#120906), 1-3/4” (#119850), 1-1/4” (#119861) and 1” (#119868)
SNAIL (#104331), Stampin' Dimensionals (4 of 'em) (#104430)

Tip: Use circle punches to make masks that you can stamp or sponge through.

Get out there and create yourself a rainbow today!
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