Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Only punches


Just a quick post from me this morning... this is for the current Ink and Rubber challenge which is to use SU punches. I went seriously punchy with this card! I used every size of SU circle punch!

Decreasing the circles as I built up the tree, the 'star' on top is from the Boho Blossoms punch. Also used the scallop edged punch for the strip below the Certainly Celery ribbon and the corner rounder punch to round (duh!) the top corners of the card.

Colours are Always Artichoke, Old Olive, Certainly Celery and Real Red.

Have a great day!

14 comments:

Fiona Whitehead said...

Great card Kate - very original

Stitchinwitch said...

Great card.

Jennie said...

As always expect the unexpected! I love the way your mind workd-you're so clever at doing things with a twist and this is fab! Think it would be great fun for children to do too and though the colourscheme is gorgeous, I'd love to see a multicoloured tree or maybe made with glitter card or holographic? Maybe i'll give it a go though not as many punches as you!

Jo said...

You clever girlie you! It's fab Kate!

Jo x

Yankee in England said...

Oh my gosh how fun. What a truley great idea!

Vickie said...

I love that card!! You are so creative!

Traci said...

Great card! Love how you created the tree and garland with your punches. Very creative.

Linda (UKS Gadget Monkey) said...

Wow, how excellent is this... such a brilliant idea, and it just looks so good, think I my have to "case" this one... Could even get the children to make their own for their friends at school... (he he saves me having to make them)..

Gorgeous as always Kate...

Taniaj said...

Love this what a great idea, thanks for joining in the challenge Tx

Germaine Ferrao -Lenn said...

Wow, a great card Kate! thanks for sharing your talent, this may be a case, you sure will see it on my blog!LOL

cathy c said...

WOW! I love the idea here! love your blog too!

Anesha said...

What a great card, love the idea.

Joanne said...

Great card Kate - love the way you used the circles to build the tree.

Dawn said...

What a gorgeous idea Kate - Love it!