Thursday, October 17

Thankful Thursdays

This week’s Thank You Thursday is all about punches—namely the Artisan Label, Bitty Butterfly, Hexagon, Mosaic, and Pansy Punches. Scroll down for ideas you can use with punches you may already have! Don't forget to visit my website on Thursdays for another deal next week AND new weekly deal items are added on Tuesdays. Stampin'Up! is also celebrating it's 25th anniversary and so from OCTOBER 22nd-28th 25 stamp sets will be 25% off. Check my website for more details starting Tuesday and don't forget the Clearance Rack while you are at it! 

Regular Price: $21.95 CAN
Discounted Price:$16.46 CAN
Artisan Label Punch, Bitty Butterfly Punch, Hexagon Punch, Pansy Punch, Mosaic Punch
Melody H. Concept Artist posted this on the Stampin'Up! Blog: 

At Stampin’ Up! we are known for how our products coordinate, thus making the creative process easy! All of the punches that are featured today have coordinating
For my Melody's first project, she used the Label Love Stamp Set that coordinates with the Artisan Label Punch, but she wanted a polka-dotted butterfly—so she used a stamp from the Six-Sided Sampler Stamp Set with my Bitty Butterfly Punch.
stamp sets. The last project at the bottom is my favourite! 

The second project she made used another stamp from the Six-Sided Sampler and the Hexagon Punch. 
Use the negative space left from a punch to cut out border pieces, which is what she did for this card.

It may be hard to recognize the Pansy Punch on this last project, but it was used!
She spritzed sheets of Creped Filter Paper with Calypso Coral ink, then punched out the pansies using the Pansy Punch.
{You could also try this with Tissue Paper of ANY colour! THIS IS SO MUCH FUN!}
Melody layered several pansies and attached them using a brad in the center; then bunched the layers to create a fluffy, 3D flower.
If you don’t own these punches yet, we hope today’s projects inspired you and helped you see why you need to have them as part of your collection! If you have some of these already then here are some great ways to use them! *This post is mostly a REBLOG from the Stampin'Up! Blog posted by Melody H. a Stampin'Up! concept artists. 

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