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Pokemon Punch Art Birthday Card

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, Pokemon, Punch Art, 1/2" Circle, 3/4" Circle, Owl, Small Oval, 1 3/8" Oval and What's Up (Arrow) punches, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects, go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman My nephew has two boys that are really into Pokemon.  So, for their birthdays I made them each this adorable Pokemon card.  I really like how it came out.  

I looked online to see if I could find directions on how to make one and and I came across this one created by Caroline Bennie.  I love a challenge and figuring out what punches to use was a challenge.  All but one of the punches I used are retired.  I used the following punches:

  • 1 3/8" oval - retired
  • small oval - retired
  • 3/4" circle - retired
  • owl - retired
  • 1/2" circle
  • what's up (arrow) - retired 

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, Pokemon, Punch Art, 1/2" Circle, 3/4" Circle, Owl, Small Oval, 1 3/8" Oval and What's Up (Arrow) punches, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects, go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

I used the Basic Black Stampin Marker to draw the lines by the mouth.  I did cut the Daffodil Delight base for the card at 4" x 6" and scored it at 3" so it would fit in a medium envelope.  I also used Basic Black, Real Red and Whisper White cardstock.  

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up!, Pokemon, Punch Art, 1/2" Circle, 3/4" Circle, Owl, Small Oval, 1 3/8" Oval and What's Up (Arrow) punches, created by Stampin Scrapper.  For more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects, go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

I haven't done punch art in a long time.  I didn't realize how much I enjoy doing it until I worked on this card.  I am going to have to make more projects using punch art.  

Have a wonderful Wednesday and thank you for stopping in today!

Happy Stampin' 

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Punch Art Fair Bags

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up! Punch Art Fair Gift Bags, created by Stampin Scrapper, for more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

I have a fun project to share with you today!  Erica has been helping my family at the Northwestern Michigan Fair in Traverse City, MI for the last two years and has absolutely loved it!  My sister, Jan, and brother in law, Rudy, have a 4H group at the fair each year and Erica wanted to do something special for them this year.  She asked me if I could create a gift bag for each child, so she could put some little gifts in them to help keep the kids entertained while they were on the fairgrounds for 8 days.  Of course, I would make them!  I was so excited!  

When I was talking to Erica about the bags we came up with the idea to design each bag to go with the animal they were showing at the fair.  It ended up that there were 10 kids, so I made 3 pigs, 3 sheep, 2 goats, one chicken and one rabbit.  Here is a picture of all of the animals before I put them on the bags.  

Stampin Up, Stampin' Up! Punch Art Fair Gift Bags, created by Stampin Scrapper, for more cards, gifts, ideas, scrapbooking and 3D projects go to stampinscrapper.com, Joyce Whitman

I used a lot of different punches, current and retired, but I don't remember which ones I used as I didn't write them down.  I know I did go to Pinterest and look at a lot of different punch art.  I CASE'd (create and share everything) some of them, others I took a little from this one and a little from that one and created my version.   I also made these in May, so it makes it even harder to remember.  You can check the ones I pinned on Pinterest at Stampin Scrapper.

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You might be wondering why I haven't posted them until now, and the reason is I wanted to wait until Erica handed them out to the kids.  I know they are not following my blog, LOL, but I didn't want any of the parents seeing them either.  My sister didn't even know we were making these.  Everyone was so surprised.  The best thing is the kids loved them!

All of them were so sweet and posed for a picture with their bags so I could put them on here.   


The picture on the bottom left hand corner are my nephew's children.  They have grown so much since I saw them in April.  It is times like this that it is hard being away from family.  They are so stinkin cute!!!

I had a lot of fun making these for them and I have to say, I love creating 3D projects.  I think it is my favorite thing to design and create. I just don't do it as much as I want to.  I think I am going to have to change that for this upcoming holiday season.  In September I will be starting my Fall Friday projects, so I will have to make sure I made some 3D projects.  Make sure you check back for a new fall project every Friday from September 7th through October 26th.  



Thank you for taking time out of your day to stop in and check out my project.  I hope you are having a great weekend!

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Dragon Punch Art Card


Yesterday was Beckett's, one of the grand Randall's and also one of my daycare angel, birthday party and he loves alligators/crocodiles. I bought him the Crocodile Dentist game and wanted a card to go along with it.  So, where is the first place I go for inspiration?  Yep, Pinterest!  Who doesn't love Pinterest.  

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I found this adorable punch art, which I love doing, created by Alex's Creative Corner.  She created a great template for you to know what punches she used to make it.  A lot of the punches are retired, but I know a lot of you love Stampin' Up! punches as much as I do, and you may still have them.  If you don't have the exact ones, you may have something similar that you could use. Here is her picture of her template.  

54017b936d0c991bc607769112b90ed2Isn't this wonderful.  It didn't take me long at all to create this card.  I used the Garden Green and Pear Pizzazz cardstock for the majority of the design.  I sponged it using the Old Olive ink.  

It made my day when Beckett saw my card and his eyes lit up.  He loved it and so did everyone else.  Yay!


What a fun filled two weeks I have had.  Emily came home from Texas on Monday, June 12th and the fun started!  We went up to Michigan to see my family and go on a wine tour with the ladies in our family.  We had so much fun!  I was able to get more polish pottery, eat at fabulous restaurants and spend a lot of time with my family.  It doesn't get any better than that.

We came home on Father's Day and spent the rest of the day with Mark.  He had made us a wonderful dinner when we got home.  I think it might be a little backwards.  I am pretty sure I was suppose to do that for him.  While Emily was here she got to see a lot of her friends from college as one of them got married over the weekend.  I was so happy for her that she got to see them.  It is hard when you live so far away from everyone.  They made wonderful memories that she will have forever.

We also had our second Disney meeting with the Randall's.  If you don't know who the Randall's are let me share the short version of the story.  6 years ago Todd and Kumiko came to see me about taking care of their new baby, Beckett.  I was thrilled to be able to have him in my daycare.  Fast forward to 3 years ago when Todd started talking to me about God, my experience with my walk with Jesus and going to church.  Todd started to join us on Sunday mornings and was baptized two years ago.  Through all of this they have become our family.  We call their children, now 3 of them, our grand Randall's.  They are like our grandchildren and their last name is Randall.  So if you ever here of me saying the grand Randall's now you know who I am talking about.  Here is a picture of them with Erica. 


Aren't they so cute!  I just love them!  We will be going to Disney with them next year and it is going to so fun to see it through their eyes.  I still remember the first time we took Emily and Erica and watching their expressions.  A memory I will hold forever.  We are a little bit of Disney fanatics in our household.  This will be our 7 time as a family and Mark and myself have gone there 8 times.  It is truly magical!

Emily is going back to Texas today :(  It won't be long until we see her again.  Actually it will be in 5 days!  We are going to head to Texas this weekend to help her move into her new apartment and have some more family time.  I can't wait!  

Here are some pictures of when we were on our wine tour in Michigan.  The scenery was beautiful, wine delicious (so I was told) and the weather was perfect.  We had a lot of laughs, reconnected and just truly enjoyed each other.  




Thank you for stopping in today and I hope you have a marvelous Monday and week!

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Throw Back Thursday - Christmas Shadow Boxes

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My good friends Stacy, Theresa, Lisa and I get together every year at Christmas time and have a gift exchange.  One year I  made the photo on the bottom and then the next year I made them the top photo.  I had so much fun creating them.  

The products I used on them have retired, but you could use any paper and stamp sets that you have on hand.  

I am officially on vacation until January 2nd!!  We are going to have a girls day today with getting our nails and toes nice and pretty for Christmas and then lunch.  I love spending time with my daughters, Emily and Erica! 

Thank you for stopping by today!

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Easter projects from the past



I enjoy making cards with punch art and this is one of my favorites.  If you don't know what Punch Art is, it is when you use punches to make things such as animals, flowers, cars, trains, really anything.  If you remember recently I made an Olaf card, he is considered a punch art. I love to take a punch and see what else can you make with it or if you need a particular shape, what punch can I use to create it.  

We made this cute little guy last year in one of my Stamp Camps.  He is easy to make, so it was great when I had to make a bunch of them.  



I made this basket for my daycare kids last year.   I filled it up with goodies and of course, there was a little bit of candy in it.  They all loved it!  I used the Berry Basket Bigz L Die and punches to make him.   



This bunny I made using the Fry Box Bigz L die.  I made these for the bus drivers for my daycare kids.  I am thinking of making them again as they have new drivers this year.  I put some candy in the 4 x 6 cellophane bags #102757 and tied a ribbon around the bag to close it.  If I remember correctly I cut a little off the top of the bags it was too tall.  

I hope these projects give you some inspiration for Easter this year.  If you have any questions on them, please leave a comment or email me and I will be happy to help you.  

Have a great day!





My last card from my Kids Card Class.  I love punch art so this class was a lot of fun for me.  To design this card I looked on Pinterest for ideas and used a little from this card, a little from that card and a little of my own to come up with this card.  One thing I like about this card is it could be for a boy or girl.  Olaf  makes me happy just looking at him.  One of my little girls in my daycare saw this card and started singing "Do You Want to Build a Snowman".  She was so cute!  

This card is not a normal size.  I couldn't make him to fit on a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card, so I ended up with a card measuring 3 1/2" x 7 1/2".  We used the envelope punch board to make our envelope for this card.  

The measurements for this card are:

Whisper White Thick Card Stock #140272

  • cut at 7" x 7 1/2" score at 3 1/2" - I don't use my bone folder on the thick card stock as it usually looks rough on the edge.  I just use my fingers to crease it after I have scored it.  

Designer Series Paper Pack - Brights #138434

  •  cut at 3 1/4" x 7 1/4"

Other paper used:

  • Basic Black
  • Basic Gray
  • Early Espresso
  • Pumpkin Pie

Punches used:

I used the Gift Bow Bigz Die to make the head of Olaf.  You will use the piece that makes the loops of the bow.  You will round the piece you cut on each end to shape his head.  You will want to keep the end pieces that you cut off, so you can use one of those for his teeth.  You will need to round the corners of the little piece for the teeth.  

The Bird Builder Punch was used to make his arms.  You are going to punch out the branch using Early Espresso Card Stock.  I then used our Paper Snips Scissors to trim the leaves to look like branches.

Owl Punch for the eyes

7/8" x 1 3/4" Oval Punch for the mouth, punch one in white and basic gray

1/3" x 2" Oval Punch for the oval under his nose

1/2", 1 3/8", 1 1/2" Circle Punch for the body and buttons

I used the retired 3/4" x 15/16" Oval Punch, but you could use the 1" circle punch for the feet.   

I drew the nose free hand and then cut it out.  I used dimensionals on the back of Olaf to attach him to the card.  Also, on his mouth and the oval under his nose.  The white on his buttons was put on using the  chalk marker.  You can use any stamp set you would like on the inside of this card to make it a birthday, congratulations, get well, really anything you would like. 

If you have any questions on how to make this card, please feel free to contact me and I will help you..  It is really easy to assemble.  What takes time is the punching of all the pieces.  When I made this I made 4 of them at the same time.  That way I have extras on hand when I need them.  

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Punch Art Air Plane


I thought I had posted all my cards from my Kids Card Class, but realized I didn't.  I have this airplane and one more I will post later this week.   This is an easy card to make for a boys birthday or a girl who loves airplanes.    I have made this one for a little boy and he loved it.  It always makes me happy when someone opens up one of my cards and it puts a smile on their face.  

To make this card I used:

Thick Whisper White Card Stock #140272

  • cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/4" score at 4 1/4"

Marina Mist Card Stock #119682

  • cut at 4 x 5 1/4"

Other papers I used for the plane and clouds were:

  • whisper white card stock #100730
  • basic gray card stock #121044
  • basic black card stock #121045
  • soft sky card stock #131203

I used the following punches to make the plane:

  • Tree Builder
  • 2 1/2", 2", 3/4" circle
  • Word Window
  • Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack

To make the windows you use the 2" punch and cut it in half and then cut the half in half again( you will end up with four).  

You can use any stamp set to stamp Happy Birthday in the inside of the card that you have.  

The product list is below for all the products I used.  

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!

Happy Stampin!





Super Hero Card



At my Kids Card Class we made two girl, two boy and one neutral cards.  I knew when I was thinking about cards for this class I wanted to do a superhero card.  But, what kind of superhero? Batman? Spiderman? Who?  My answer came when I went to mailbox!  You are probably wondering why my mailbox.  I am involved with a group of wonderful people and we do a monthly swap with each other.  Our theme in December was kids cards and this is the one I received.  I feel in love with it immediately and knew I had to make it.  I didn't change a thing from Marilyn Aldridge's card.  It was perfect! 


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Minion Card from Kids Card Class



Who doesn't loves the Minions!!!! They are so cute!  Banana!!!! hee hee!  When I was designing my cards for my Kids Card Class I knew I had to have a Minion card.  I was looking around on Pinterest for inspiration for the card and ended up picking a little something from multiple cards to come up with this one.  When my daycare kids saw this card they were so excited.  One of my little ones said "Joycie, you made my favorite card.  I love it!"  I knew it was going to be a hit. 

To make this card I used basic black cardstock as the base measured at 5 1/2 x 11" scored at 4 1/4".  I used daffodil delight for the yellow on card, I love how bright it is.  I used the following products to make this card. 


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