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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Tropical Punch Art from the Blossom Petals Builder


Can You Believe It!
You can use just 1 petal to make
this bit of Tropical Paradise.
What a GREAT WAY to S T R E T C H the Use of
Your Blossom Punch

MY COLOR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY'S CARD
CAME FROM
CREATE WITH
Connie siggyMary siggy

Right away I thought of tropical and had recently
had a Punch Art class using this same technique to make this
colorful piece of Paradise.

2013 Thursday Challenges-009
   Here is how you can make your own.....
   1.  Punch your 6 flower petals in white card stock.
   2.  Sponge Calypso Coral on one side of 3 of the petals.
   3.  Repeat sponging the Calypso Coral on the other 3 petals but sponge
        on the opposite side.
   4.  Sponge Real Red on the opposite side of the Calypso Coral on each of
        the 6 petals
   5.  Sponge Island Indigo over the Red edges to create a darker contrast.
        The Indigo will give a the red edges a purplish look.
   6.  Build the flower by alternating petal front to back making sure 
        you have the darker edges on the outside.
   7.  Punch Island Indigo leaves by punching just half of the petal  or
        punch a full petal and free form cut a natural shape.
   8.  Free form cut a stem and sponge all leaves elements with Island Indigo.
   9.  Stamp your sentiment in Island Indigo on the white card stock first so
        that you get your positioning correct.
  10. Pop up the whole flower cluster with dimensionals.

  Would you like a visual tutorial, just let me know!

  I hope you will enjoy making one yourself, Thank You for visiting today.


Blossom Petals Xl Punch - by Stampin' Up!Blooming with Kindness Clear-Mount Stamp Set

11 comments:

  1. WOW! This card is just gorgeous to say the least!! Amazing flower! Thank you for playing along with the color challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  2. Pam -- this is absolutely AMAZING!!! Your flower just absolutely pops off the page with dimension. What a WOW!!! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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  3. Wow! What a sharp card, this is a real eye catcher. What a nice way to celebrate someone special. I love learning ways to stretch my Stampin' UP! supplies. Thanks Pam

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  4. Wow!! This is brilliant!!! What a very creative way to use punches and the challenge colors! Just perfect!! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  5. This punch art flowers is wonderful Pam. Love how you sponged the edges. Thanks so much for joining us at Create with Connie & Mary this week!

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  6. Absolutely STUNNING! This flower looks so real! Thanks for playing along in the color challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  7. Wow! That flower is beautiful - I love how you shaded the petals - it really makes the flower pop off the page! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  8. Super awesome flower. I think the sponging on each petal is incredible! I am so glad you added your card to our color challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary. Smiles, Elizabeth

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  9. Oh, I haven't made it with that punch...just the bird wing punch! Great job...love it done with those colors! Gorgeous card. Thanks for playing along with the color challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!

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  10. Any time I can use punches differently is a plus. Your flower makes great use of a punch that I have not used as much as I wish I could. Could you post a visual of the steps please? Thanks for the card and the tutorial.

    Elmarie

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  11. gorgeous flower, beautiful card...love learning new ways to use punches, would you post a video please. thank you for the card and the tutorial.

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