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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Sweet Ginger Punch Art with Inspired by Stamping

I realized the other day that it's been a LONG while since I've used my teardrop punch to make a sweet little face.  I had so much fun making this cute little character to highlight my favorite set from the new Inspired by Stamping release.  The frame and greeting is from the Mason Jar Add On II stamp set and the little ginger stamp is from the Spice Jar stamp set.  See my step by step instructions to make the little punch art ginger below.

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Sweet Ginger Instructions:
all punches, card stock and ink from Stampin' Up! (unless noted)

Punch the following pieces:
(2) Small Ovals from creamy caramel - LEGS
(2) 1/2" Circles from creamy caramel - HANDS
(1) 1-1/4" Circle from creamy caramel - HEAD
(1) Extra Large Oval from creamy caramel - BODY
(1) Cupcake Builder from shimmery white - HAT
(2) 3/8" Circles (itty bitty shapes pack) from pink pirouette - CHEEKS
(2) teardrop punches (Martha Stewart) from Early Espresso - EYES

Sponge edges of all creamy caramel pieces with chocolate chip ink.  Glue cheeks and eyes onto face.  Add highlights to eyes with uni-ball white gel pen.  Attach cupcake top to bottom piece with dimensional to make chef hat and glue onto head.  Stamp and cut out sign and attach to body with dimensional.   Attach hands to each side of sign with dimensionals.  Attach head with dimensional.  Glue legs onto body.


Colleen Dietrich said...

What a darling little ginger baker, Kim!

Anonymous said...

I just love your card Kim! It is so sweet! Hugs, Joanna

jperr said...

Really cute,thanks for sharing.

~Tammy~ said...

So so cute Kim! I just love your punch art! I wish I had the time to look at my punches in a different way the way you do! Amazing!

Debbie said...

This couldn't be any {sweeter}!! So absolutely adorable!!!


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