Monday, February 3, 2014

Simple Stems & Scalloped Tag Punch

February 3rd, 2014

Greetings!

I had the honor to be invited to a gueststar of Dawn Olchefske for the month of February. I am still at awe for receiving such an invitation. Today's project is the first one I am sharing and there will be 3 more to follow. Whenever a new catalog comes out it is always hard to decide what to get first, as I love everything. The Simple Stems, Scalloped Tag Punch, and Peaceful Petals are all items from the new Occasions Catalog that are now available for you to purchase. I love punches that can be used in a different way and the Scalloped Tag Punch gave me the chance to try it in a bit of unusual way. The video tutorial is below and you will see how easy it was to put this card together. Stop by my store, grab your punch and give it a try. You will love it.

Happy Stamping!

Miriam Castanho Bollinger

Ingredients:

Paper: Basic Gray cardstock, Very Vanilla cardstock, Summer Starfruit cardstock, Birthday Basics DSP

Ink: Raspberry Ripple, Early Espresso, Summer Starfruit

Stamp: Simple Stems, Peaceful Petals

Accessories: Scalloped Tag Topper Punch, Trimmer, Satin Stitched Ribbon, Dimensionals





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13 comments:

  1. This card is just beautiful!

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  2. great job!! I enjoyed your video very much and I look forward to others in the future! What were the two different colors which you used on the two cards--the ink with which to stamp the flower? Thank you again.

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  3. Miriam, I saw your card made here with the 'scalloped tag punch', that I recently purchased, somewhere out there in the blogesphere and couldn't find it again. I'm so happy your card has been shared so I can make it following the steps in your video. You did a great job! And now I'm off to pick out the colors I want to use for my card and I'll be back to watch it again. Just a little side note ... I love the color of your nail polish!

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  4. Great video! Thanks, wonderful explanation of the technique.

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  5. Great video!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing the video. I saw your card on Dawn's blog so thought I would pop over to see your video. Thanks for sharing the video and card.

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  7. Your video was BEAUTIFULLY done and the directions were very clear to make the fancy enclosure with the new scalloped tag punch! Looking forward to seeing more of your videos. Thank you for sharing your lovely cards and your techniques!

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  8. Great job on your very first video Miriam!! I love your card and can't wait to make own of my own using your excellent instructions! Keep up the good work!
    June in KS

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  9. What a great use for the new punch and what a great video!
    Look forward to seeing more of your cards and videos.
    MaryC

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  10. What a great use for the punch and what a great video. I look forward to seeing more of your cards. MaryC

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  11. This is such a neat card.
    Thank you for sharing your
    idea and your talents!

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  12. What a cute card. Thank you
    for sharing your ideas and
    your talent.

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  13. Thank you for the great video. Love your card & was wondering how to make this style. Seems very straightforward with your instructions. Going to give it a try when I get my new punch!

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