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WT26 - Please join in our Ways to Use it Challenge!!
Sorry that this is a little later than I usually post the challenge...busy day here.
This week's Ways to Use it Challenge is to use CIRCLE PUNCHES in your work. I love my SU circle punches but don't seem to be using my investment as much as I'd like so I'd like some ideas and a little push to get things started. You can use tiny circle punches, med and the large ones as well. They also don't have to be Stampin Up if you have something else at home...play along with what you have! This week's sketch challenge is a great place to start with circles but let's go on from there and see what we can do!
Please remember to put WT26 in your keyword section when you upload and post a link back here. If you have any questions, feel free to private message me or ask away on this thread.
Except I couldn't find a circle punch large enough, so I ended up using the lid to embossing powder as the main circle, then the larger lid of an embossing stack for the mat! I guess that defeated the purpose, but I was determined (and need larger circle punches), LOL! Thanks for looking!
I got a cute one done here with circle punches. This was a fun card to create and send off to brighten up a soldiers day. She loved my cow card so I'm sure she'll like this one too, he's just stinken cute! Chocolate Piggy card
My sadly neglected circle punch from Creative Memories came in handy here!
My dear friend Jan, a fellow stamper, brought me back this set of 4 wooden stamps from Europe- a butterfly, a heart, a princess, and a horse. I decided to pair them with my sewing stamp set from Studio G and add some fabric to perk it up a bit. The fabric strips are from outgrown teen pajama bottoms- aren't they cute?
Here's my card: Crafted by Julia for Jan in Bellingham by Crafty Julia - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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