Oh my goodness - the possibilities are endless! Stampin'UP!'s Foxy Friends stamp set and coordinating Fox Builder punch are perfect for hours of creative play. These images can do so much more than just a fox.
This cute little skunk card was made by my friend Joyce Hall. Joyce designed this as one of the Make & Take cards for our last Madison Area Stamping Stars meeting. Pardon the pun, but he's just "stinkin cute".
Joyce designed this card to showcase the Foxy Friends Stamp set and Fox Builder Punch. You can buy the stamp set and punch individually, or save 10% when you buy them as a bundle.
Here's a few more ideas for what you can do with the Foxy Friends stamps and Fox Builder Punch. This image was posted on Facebook by a demo in France named Virginail Lol.
Do you stamp with kids? Foxy Friends and Punch would be perfect for lessons about animals and for critical thinking in terms of which part goes where. OK, sorry, that was the teacher in me showing through. Scratch the whole teaching thing. This stamp and punch set would be perfect just for having fun - because our hobby is fun and we want to pass the love of paper crafting on to the next generation. A few days ago I posted info on another great kids set called Balloon Builders. You can see the balloon card here.
These are the products Joyce used on her card: Note: the tree stamp is included in the Foxy Friends set. Its an easy shape to cut with a scissors, but to make life easy there is a coordinating set of framelits that you could use with your Big Shot or other die-cutting machine. For the background Joyce used paper that kind of looks like snow, but any background would look cute with this little skunk.
July Bonus Days - Qualifying purchases made in July earn you 10% back in August. For every $50 you spend in July you'll get a $5 coupon to use in August. Nice way to let us spread out purchases.
Thanks for Stopping by: Take a minute and browse previous posts. If you see anything you like I'm happy to help you get the product or just to consult and explain further how the project was made . . . its all about having fun with our hobby.