Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Fall for these Beautiful Autumn Punches



Punched pieces are a quick and easy way to add dimension to a project. 
Join me and 10 other demos from around the world 
as we share projects made with our favorite Stampin'Up! punches.
My card today features the Autumn Punch Pack and Sprig Punch.

Fall wreath card made with Stampin'Up's small leaf and acorn punches from the Autumn Punch pack and coordinating Beautiful Autumn Stamp set

The Autumn Punch Pack features an oak leaf punch, maple leaf punch and acorn punch.
Combined with the Sprig punch they make a beautiful fall wreath.

Stampin'Up's small leaf and acorn punches from the Autumn Punch pack (which coordinates with the Beautiful Autumn Stamp set) Stampin'Up!'s Sprig Punch

Fall wreath card made with Stampin'Up's small leaf and acorn punches from the Autumn Punch pack and coordinating Beautiful Autumn Stamp set


Stampin'Up's Beautiful Autumn Bundle: contains small leaf and acorn punches from the Autumn Punch pack and coordinating Beautiful Autumn Stamp set
Are you thinking of trying something similar?
. . . if so then you'll want to note a few things in the photo above.
  1. there is a coordinating stamps set that adds detail to the leaf and acorn images.
  2. For added visual texture the wreath is mounted on wood grain designer paper from the In Good Taste paper pack (product list at the end of the post)
  3. I stamped a foliage image on the designer paper to help define the circle before attaching all the layers for the wreath.


Adding layers to a card is one way to provide visual interest 
and get that extra "wow" from people.
And using punches is a quick and easy way to make the layers.  

Fall wreath card made with Stampin'Up's small leaf and acorn punches from the Autumn Punch pack and coordinating Beautiful Autumn Stamp set

I hope this gave you some ideas . . . be sure to check the next stop on the hop 
for additional projects made with punches.

https://www.stampwithkrissi.com/2020/09/paper-crafting-blog-hop-september-all.html

Thanks for visiting the blog today, check back again later for more project ideas
. . . have an INKcredible day


Here is the full list for today's hop
  1. Shirley Merker USA
  2. Tracy Held Australia
  3. Sue Boerner USA
  4. Terri Stewart USA
  5. Katie Johnson  USA ← YOU  ARE  HERE
  6. Krissi Hannahs USA
  7. Sandra Roberts UK
  8. Sue McDonald UK
  9. Sandy Ward USA
  10. Maureen Rauchfuss USA
  11. Annette McMillan Australia

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Here is today's Project Supply List . . . to help you make some INKcredible projects!

Sprig Punch
[148012] - $18.00
Linen Thread
[104199] - $5.00

8 comments:

Annette McMillan said...

Lovely card, great layout, colours and attention to detail, definitely a WOW.

Sue Bz said...

Katie, I love the addition of the sprig punch in the wreath! Very pretty!

Shirley said...

The sprig punch really adds nice dimension.

Terri Stewart said...

Lovely wreath! I love fall feel the textures and colors give. Thank you for sharing!

Tracy Held said...

This is my favourite DSP. Creates a perfect background for the wreath

Krissi Hannahs, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator said...

I love how you added the Sprig punch to make the wreath. It really gives it a WOW factor. Gorgeous card.

Maureen said...

Very pretty card - love the wood background - looks like a wreath on a door. TFS

Sandee904 said...

Katie, this wreath card turned out gorgeous. All the details and the wood grain patterned paper really makes it authentic! TFS