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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Hexagon Punch and Designer Papers

Card made with Stampin'UP!'s Sassy Salutations stamp set and hexagon punch.This quick and easy card was made with Designer Print Papers and Stampin'UP!'s new Hexagon Punch. Its a great way to use up small scraps of papers. And the hexagon punch makes an interesting design pattern.

The lay-out of this card is perfect for highlighting a sentiment. Doesn't it almost seem like the line of 3 brads is "underlining" the sentiment?  This sentiment is from a set called Sassy Salutations. The set has 4 large size sentiments in a festive looking font. 

This is a very versatile card design. Depending on which Designer Print papers you choose you can make this card masculine, feminine or turn it into a card for a child.

BUY 3 - GET 1 FREE

How is your supply of Designer Print Papers?  Stampin'UP! has a sale on Designer Papers through the end of July.  All the papers that are $10.95 a package are on sale - buy 3 get 1 FREE.  
Punch art elfJuly is also the month for Stampin'UP!'s annual convention.  I am so excited to be with thousands of other demonstrators sharing ideas and learning new ways to use our products. I'm going to have so much to show off when I get back.  If you are local to the Madison Wisconsin area be sure to check out my class schedule .  You'll get to make some fun projects - and of course you'll get to see some of the samples I'll be bringing back.

Here's one more project using Designer Papers: These little punch art elfs were my "pillow gift" for my room mates today - a candy container of course.  Wouldn't he be cute on a holiday table decoration.  Just a hint of things to come at the September Christmas Card Blitz.  More info coming on that event but local stampers should check your calendars for Sept 21st.


Hope to see you soon
--Katie

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