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Apple & Daisy Punches

Hello Friends,

Inspiration for today's Autumn Thank You card came from my own backyard.  Our apple trees are heavy with apples and our meadow is dotted with Black-eyed Susans.   And it just so happens that I have punches to make both apples and Black-eyed Susans. 

I love making cards with punches.  Cards made with punches are simple to make and cost-effective.  Did you guess which punches I used for making today's card?


Making Cards with Punches

Autumn Punch Art Card Tips

Punch 2 apples using the Apple Builder Punch.  Then, punch 3 Black-eyed Susans using the Medium Daisy Punch.  Hint:  It's best to use an odd number of elements for an attraction display.

Assemble flowers and apples, then begin arranging on your card.

My background piece was stamped using Balmy Blue Ink, then embossed with my Corrugated 3D Embossing Folder.  

The Pressed Petal Washi Tape across the top pulls everything together.


Autumn Punch Art

Celebrate

World Card Making Day

Saturday, October 4, 2019

Handmade cards are gifts that come from the heart making them some of the best gifts of all.  Will you join me in making and sending cards this Saturday?

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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Jane Ogle

Such cute cards and so in season!!!

عکس پروفایل

thank you. nice article

آهنگ جدید

very thanks for sharing this article its usefull and not copy . you spend time to write it and is unic post

دانلود آهنگ شاد

very thanks for sharing this article its usefull and not copy . you spend time to write it and is unic post
در دنیای وب پیدا کردن چیزی مثل این با ارزش است سایت خوبی دارید
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