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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Paper Crafting Blog Hop - Double Oval Punch for the win!



Hi friends!

Welcome to our monthly Paper Crafting Blog Hop! This month we are sharing projects that feature Stampin' Up! punches. These projects were created by talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the world. Each month we share projects with various design styles. You may have arrived from Sue Boerner's blog. What a great project!

My project features one of my favorite punches, the Double Oval punch. It's paired with two of my favorite sale-a-bration (SAB) items, the Beautifully Penned designer series paper (DSP) and the Be Dazzling specialty paper to create a special Thank You card. Both papers are free with a qualifying order through September - and free Stampin' Up stuff is always welcomed at my place!
Double Oval punch #154242
I usually use both punch shapes from the Double Oval punch because I like the layering aspect with the small oval setting on top of the larger scalloped oval. However, for this card, I used the small oval for my sentiment and the same punch shape for the layer since I wanted to keep the focus on the beautiful DSP and sparkling Be Dazzling paper.

I added a few touches of color with my Blends Pens directly to the Beautifully Penned DSP and let the paper show it self off.
Double Oval punch with Beautifully Penned DSP and Be Dazzling paper

The Double Oval punch gets a workout in my craft room. Please leave me a comment letting me know what punch gets the most use at your place. Thanks for stopping by!

Thank you for hopping around the world with us. Keep hopping to see even more projects highlighting Stampin Up's punches! Click on the Next Blog image below to hop over to Sandra Roberts' blog to see her wonderful project.



Shirley Merker

Tracy Held

Annette McMillan

Julia Quinn

Sue Boerner

Terri Stewart --> You are here

Sandra Roberts

Sandy Ward

Joy Nelson 

Krissi Hannahs





Double Oval punch Thank You card
Coastal Cabana cardstock (cs), 5.5 x 8.5" scored at 4.25" and scrap for Double Oval punch (small)
White cs, 4 x 5.25" (inside) and scrap for Double Oval punch (small)
Beautifully Penned DSP cs, 4 x 5.25" (pattern #1) and 2.75 x 3.75" (pattern #2)
Be Dazzling paper, 3 x 4" and 3 x 5.5"
Ink: Memento black
Blends markers: Flirty Flamingo combo, Daffodil Delight (light), Old Olive (light), Pool Party (light)
Beauty of Friendship stamp set
Double Oval punch
Gold Shimmer ribbon
Gilded Gems
Tombow multipurpose liquid glue
Dimensionals

Click here for a shopping list for this card.

If you do not already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would be happy to be yours and help you plan fun stamping projects.

Interested in receiving a discount on all of your orders? I'd love to have you join my Stamping is Fun team so you can receive a 20% discount! And you will be able to order from new the Holiday mini catalog coming this summer before the general public. Let's chat, just give me a holler or click here and find more info under the Join tab.

Thanks for hopping with us!

Stamping is fun!
Terri






17 comments:

  1. Terri, I love the added color to the DSP! I need to remember that tip! Very pretty card!

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  2. Love you card, the Be Dazzling DSP really makes it pop!

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  3. The gorgeous colouring and brilliant layering with the bedazzling paper is just marvellous!! I love it!!! ❤️❤️❤️ And the oval punch is an absolute favourite for me too!!

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  4. Very pretty card, the Be Dazzling, ribbon and gemstone really make it shine!

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  5. I usually layer the smaller oval on top of the scalloped one. I love the effect of the same oval layered together. I will have to give that a try!

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  6. Love your card. Great uses of the 2 free papers and I love how you colored it.

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  7. Such a lovely card. Great coloring of the flowers. And the double oval punch is a must-have staple in our punch collections.

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  8. Thank you! The double oval punch is my go-to punch.

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