Sunday, March 18, 2012

Tinkerbell Punch Art

This weekend I enjoyed going to a Scrapbooking Expo with my daughter. We had so much fun and we also took a few classes on Copic Markers! I see a new obsession coming!!!

Here is Miss Tinkerbell....I hope to have an instruction sheet coming soon. I am working on several right now....Enjoy.


Friday, March 16, 2012

Skater Dude Birthday Punch Art

First of all I just have to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for all the amazing comments. My cup runnith over! This is truly very fun for me.
Today's card was for my Grandson Wil. He loves to roll around town on his skate board. He just turned 19 and we enjoy cooking together once a week. Happy Birthday Wil!
This card uses some basic Stampin' Up! punches:
Modern Label - Legs
Word Window -Skae Board
Round Tab-Body
Small Oval cut in half for shoulders
Various Circle punches for the head and hat
Heart to Heart-arms
Triple Flower Punch (retired) for hands
Need some Stampin' Up! supplies? Hop on over to my daughters blog to shop.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Many thanks!

Wow! Can I just say I love all the comments everyone have left for me. Thank you so very much. An additional Thank You to Kim at Paper Punch Addition for posting a link to my new blog. Please take a moment to check out her blog and all the inspiration. My daughter will do her best to post another punch art creation tonight. (wink, wink)


Sunday, March 11, 2012

My first (official) post....

Welcome to my blog and my first official post...My daughter, Lucia (Stampin' With Lucia) has been posting my cards for the last couple of years on her blog and now she is donating her time to create and maintain my "Diaries of a Punch Artist by Anita".

My inspiration first came from enjoying stamping with Lucia and then blog surfing. When I came across Blinkin, Thinkin' Inkin' I was amazed at Ellen Kemper's punch art. I followed her lead and instructions and then branched out onto my own creations.

For my first post is a horse and rider made for my daughter who has a passion for horses. Enjoy the photo and the instructions. Please be sure to link back to "Diaries of a Punch Artist by Anita".