Monthly Archives: June 2015

Miss You – Punch Art Cell Phone

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OWH is in big need of the number one requested card type, Missing You cards.  I thought I would add a few more to the box which are aimed at young adults, pre-teen or teenagers.

Cell Phone Cards

Cell Phone Miss You

Cell Phone Miss You

All Supplies Used were from Stampin’ Up! With the exception of Papertry Ink white CS for the white cards.

CS:  Basic Black, White, Marina Mist, Blusing Bride

Stamp Set:  “Just Sayin’

Ink – StazOn Black

DSP – “Stacked With Love, ” (retired) DSP Stack

Tools:  Corner chomper, or I used my Envelope Punch Board corner punch, 3/8″ Circle Punch, paper hole punch

Phone base is 4.75 x 2.75; white or color face is 4.5 x 2.5, screen is 3 3/8 x 2.25.  The horizontal strip on top is 1/8 x 1.5 , I cut a white square a tad less than 1.4″ x a tad less than 1/4″ to fit inside the 3/8″ hole at the bottom.  The top hole is a hole made with a regular hole punch.

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ODBD Challenge – Missing You Cards

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I got the inspiration for this cute dragon from Stampin’ Connection.

I tweaked him a little for the purpose of using him on a card.

The sentiment was created with my computer.  All paper supplies and punches were from Stampin’ Up!

Here is how I built it:

Hamburger and Fries

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Hamburger and Fries

Hamburger and Fries

To make this hamburger, using the large oval punch (SU), I punched two ovals out of Crumb Cake and one out of Chocolate Chip CS (SU).  The piece of cheese is simply a square out of yellow CS.  The tomato is a circle punch and the lettuce is a scallop punch.  To make the fries, cut a piece of yellow paper and run through a “corrugator” or use the scoring plate to create the corrugated effect.  Cut to the desired width and length.  I used sponge daubers with Crumb Cake ink to edge the hamburger pieces, and used Daffodil Delight to edge the fries.  The cookies are simply made by using a circle punch with Crumb Cake CS.  I cut the chocolate chips using a hole punch.  I highlighted the cookie with Crumb Cake ink on a sponge dauber.  That burger looks good enough to eat.

Minion Madness Birthday

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All supplies are Stampin’ Up! What I used:  Daffodil Delight CS, Nearly Navy (retired), Bashful Blue, Basic Black, White, Soft Suede, two small buttons, circle punches and circle framelit dies, window sheet, dimensionals, scissors, circle punch, word window punch, sponge dauber, Nearly Navy ink, glue dots. Measurements: Card base is 8.5 x 4.25, scored in the middle to fold for 5.5 x 4.25 card.  The light blue is 5.25 x 4.  I cut the minion body 5 x 3.75 and then used a circle framelit to draw then cut the top portion into a rounded shape.  The overalls are one piece of Nearly Navy cut 2.75 x 1 inch.  I punched two pieces of blue using a Word Window punch.  I cut the pocket using a 1.25 circle punch.  I used a sponge dauber with Nearly Navy ink to highlight the edges of the pocket.  The head piece strap is .5 inch by 5. I used the circle framelit dies to cut the monacle/eye pieces.  I nested two framelits to cut the front piece and glued a piece of window sheet onto the back of the front piece.  I put the eye together and then added small cut pieces of stampin dimensionals to raise it above the eye.  The hair was cut with scissors.  The mouth was made using a 1.5 inch circle punch.  The buttons were attached with glue dots.

Minion Madness Birthday

Minion Madness Birthday