Monday, 9 June 2008

Flurry of flowers

It’s not a great picture because it’s so sunny here today but this is one of the cards I made with the Three For You punch box last night. You can’t see from the poor photo but I stamped the three little flowers on to the cardstock first, then punched it out so that the flower image was roughly in the middle of the punched flower.

I placed each flower on the little spongy pad in my mat pack (you could use the reverse of a spongy mousemat) and pressed them down with the rounded end of a pencil so that they formed little “cup” shapes. I stuck them down with Glue Dots®, which were perfect for the job!

If you're a fan of Prima flowers, or similar flower embellishments, this punch is perfect for you because you can use it to make flowers in any colour you like, to co-ordinate with your projects. 

Don’t forget that this punch kit is currently on special offer. Throughout June you can buy it at the discounted price of £29 (normally £41.95). It features a set of nine stamps, three small ink pads and a large punch, packaged in a lovely keepsake tin. Oh, and the stamps are die-cut, so all you have to do is stick them on the blocks!

Stamps: Three For You (p80), Polka Dots & Paisley (p51)
Cardstock: Bordering Blue, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Brocade Blue
Accessories: Three For You punch (p80), red gingham ribbon (p86), Glue Dots® (p81)

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  1. what a disocunt! that is a fab deal on the punch box!!!!

    terrific card - very clean :)

  2. So sweet. I really like your colour combos - they're great. CC

  3. Cute card. I've seen that set, I'll have to take a look at it. And the photo isn't so bad!

  4. Cute card! I love the design on this one (:


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