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Old 05-29-2008, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default Martha Stewart 3-in-1 hydrangea punch??

I got this with a coupon from Michael's a few weeks ago. It looks very promising (punches out three different flower pieces at a time, one big and two little hydrangea parts) and I love hydrangeas. Well, I cannot figure out how to assemble them into any kind of flower.

Does anyone have this? I am clueless, apparently.

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I bought this punch recently when I had a 50% coupon. I tried it out on scrap paper, just to see what the flowers looked like.

I think I will just use the flowers separately, and put a brad through the middle of each one. I don't think they are made to layer up.

Maybe someone else has another idea?
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Have you tried punching several different colors? It might be easier to see the distinction of each piece (if they ARE indeed meant to be 3 layers of one flower) if each layer is a different color...just a thought.
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Have you tried punching several different colors? It might be easier to see the distinction of each piece (if they ARE indeed meant to be 3 layers of one flower) if each layer is a different color...just a thought.
Good thought! I'll try it.
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I've tried it with black and white, just to see if that made it more obviously a flower, but I'll keep playing with it. I looked all over Martha Stewart's website and couldn't find any help or any projects that used the punch, which might have been a sign.

A sign that I need to conquer my flower punch addiction, I think.
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I bought it, too, mainly because I like the idea of having the different size hydrangeas for different projects. If you look at real hydrangeas, they don't really have different sized petals. I bought the 3-in-1 butterfly punch, too, for the same purpose. BTW, I have rarely found helpful project ideas on the Martha Stewart website. But I still buy her punches ....
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I bought the 3-in-1 butterfly punch, too, for the same purpose.

Hah! I have you beat. I have the 3-in-1 AND the single, larger one
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I need to stop checking this thread or I'll end up going to Michael's and filling my cart with MS punches (suddenly I have a yearning for her border punches).

But I'm glad there are others out there who aren't 100% sure what to do with this specific one.
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I don't have the punch but I do have the die for the lilacs for my Big Shot-Just an idea but it might be like the lilac where you make the blossoms out of different shades and assemble them next to each other to form a flower. If you think this might be it go to a website that sells sizzix like customcrops or hallmarkscrapbook and find a picture. Just trying to help
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Have you seen the "Punch-Ins" line of stamps and punches from Make An Impression? They do amazing things with them.

www.makeanimpression.net

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I also bought the 3-in-1 hydrangea punch with coupon, of course. I punched 3 different shades of lt purple/lilac/lavender and tried layering them. The little flowers don't look enough different to tell if you are layers different ones. Punched out 5 sets of three and made up different layers flowers and ended up throwing them all away. I couldn't make them look 'puffy' like the real flower. They just looked flat especially if you layer them on each other to make a pom-pom effect like the real flower. ????????
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I just bought that too, and I love it! I have a card using that punch on my blog.<<<<< That was using both hydrangea punches though. HTH!
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I just bought that too, and I love it! I have a card using that punch on my blog.<<<<< That was using both hydrangea punches though. HTH!
That is a gorgeous card!!!
Crap....now I have to get that punch!
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Oh Katarina - Your card is just breathtaking! I have the single bigger hydrangea punch but not that blue triple one. Now I know what I'll be using that 50% off coupon for!
Thanks for sharing your lovely card - such an inspiration!
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That is a gorgeous card!!!
Crap....now I have to get that punch!
What she said
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WOW!! Gorgeous, gorgeous card with the hydrangea punches. Gives me hope that I'll be able to at least use mine, though clearly not with such amazing results.
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Default Lacecap Hydrangea is the 3-in-1 punch

I'm not an expert, but I'm just supposing that the two hydrangea punches (large and 3-in-1) are made to work together ultimately. I was searching for the right coloring on hydrangeas for the 3-in-1 I just bought today and found a picture of Lacecap Hydrangea. Gorgeous!

Lacecap Hydrangea

This link might give you an idea of how to use the smallest hydrangea on the 3-in-1 for both the large punch and the largest flower shape on the 3-in-1.

Hope this helps.

BTW, I love the card sample from the Watermelon Sugar website. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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I just bought that too, and I love it! I have a card using that punch on my blog.<<<<< That was using both hydrangea punches though. HTH!
Wow, I know this post is old, but I had to say "this card is very pretty." I might just have to hunt one of these punches down. TFS
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Wow, I know this post is old, but I had to say "this card is very pretty." I might just have to hunt one of these punches down. TFS
Thank you! I need to make another one, because I lost the original. It's still the best card I ever made, and it just disappeared! I think my mother stole it! LOL.
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I forgot all about this thread, LOL.

The other day I punched out some tiny little 6-pointed flowers and used the hydrangea 3-in-1 to punch out some perfect leaf clusters to go underneath.
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Well now that the thread is back to the top, I found it! I adore that card. It is as you said breathtaking! Thanks for sharing..I'm off to read how you made it!
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I got this with a coupon from Michael's a few weeks ago. It looks very promising (punches out three different flower pieces at a time, one big and two little hydrangea parts) and I love hydrangeas. Well, I cannot figure out how to assemble them into any kind of flower.

Does anyone have this? I am clueless, apparently.

Thanks!
I believe these punches are not made for layering. I got the regular hydrangea size punch last week, I am thinking about getting the 3 in 1 hydrangeas and butterflies too. But I believe those are so you can make different sized flowers
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there's a lovely card on this blog. posted jan 31st
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woops, forgot the link!!!!
oh, it wouldn't let me post the link! search for artylicious blog
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Here's a card that I saw recently in Markie Mom's Gallery here on Splitcoast.

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=79662

I have a box that I made yesterday, but I need to find the camera to take a picture of it.
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Here's the box and a close up of the top. These are not soft and delicate, but I did use all three punch flower sizes to make these.

Box - side view:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...28170?cat=5661

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I am thinking about getting this hydrangea punch and was searching for inspiration on ways to use it..I found this beautiful card using the layered flowers and circle nesties.
http://artylicious.wordpress.com/200...ewart-punches/
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iNilda from the Cricut MB used the MS Hydrangea punch in addition with her Cricut to make the following card:

http://papercreationsbynilda.blogspot.com/
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I just got this punch and would love to see some more ideas from the past year!
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I have a link to someone's blog page who gave a tutorial on making really pretty flowers with vellum using this punch and the single Hydrangea punch. You can email me at vboddicker@aol.com
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That is a beautiful card! I think I just might have to go out and look for that punch.
TFS!
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I got this with a coupon from Michael's a few weeks ago. It looks very promising (punches out three different flower pieces at a time, one big and two little hydrangea parts) and I love hydrangeas. Well, I cannot figure out how to assemble them into any kind of flower.

Does anyone have this? I am clueless, apparently.

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http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=86676
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All of these cards are fantastic!! Katarina yours is just spectacular!! Now I need to get the larger sized Hydrangea!!

I bought the 3 in 1 Hydrangea punch with intentions of making what I found on Martha's website right here:

http://www.marthastewart.com/how-to/...ouquet#slide_0
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Wow, those fabric flower bouquets are amazing!
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I'm glad that I'm not the only one who is at a loss on how to use this punch. Thanks for the great ideas!

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When I posted earlier I was told I had to have 3 posts before I could add a "link". Well now I have. This is a great tutorial for how to make vellum flowers with the Hydrangea punches:

http://selmasstampingcorner.blogspot...d-flowers.html
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When I posted earlier I was told I had to have 3 posts before I could add a "link". Well now I have. This is a great tutorial for how to make vellum flowers with the Hydrangea punches:

http://selmasstampingcorner.blogspot...d-flowers.html
Great tutorial!! Thank you!!

Now I need to buy a leaf punch.
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Hi, I found the tools, stamps and directions from scrappilyeverafter.com in Texas ( I am in CT) from years ago until this day still, and the tool set tool I find it much easier doing it with different punches, some cheaper than these and one big one about the same cost. They are so easy to make and I can only shop online. I've been buying from them for years, they have great sales and directions, the punch spray and the flower making tools are invaluable to me. I am just new to this site so Hi! I will try to find one of the cards and upload? I have to figure that out here! Thanks Donna
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This is cute project I found made with the 3 in 1 punch.(Which I now HAVE to buy!!)

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