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Punch Art Bride & Groom

Punch Art Bride & Groom

 Let's make a Punch Art Bride & Groom with the Full Heart Punch for a weekend wedding.  They couldn't be sweeter.  Notice how the Bride & Groom appear to be cascading down a bouquet of flowers.  Say, "Happy I Do Day" with a diamond, or at least what appears to be a diamond, but it's really a basic Rhinestone. Delicate pearl buttons flow down the front of the bride's dress with Basic Pearls.  Each package of pearls & rhinestones contain 150 pieces.  That's a lot of Wedding cards.

Punch Art Bride & Groom

For the groom punch a Basic Black Full Heart and a Whisper White Full Heart.  With your 1-1/4" Square Punch cut the opening in the groom's jacket.  Use the punched pieces for the Lapel.  Add a bow tie and you're good to go.

For the bride punch a Whisper White Full Heart and emboss with the Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder. Add Basic pearl buttons.  Punch a Blushing Bride Full Heart and adhere behind the Whisper White Heart.

The cascading flowers behind the Bride and Groom is the Elegant Bouquet embossing folder.  Say Happy I Do Day With the Word Play Stamp Set and Blushing Bride ink.

Punch Art Bride & Groom Supplies Punch Art Bride & Groom Supplies

Stamps: Word Play #120308 Wood Mount or #120651 Clear Mount

Card Stock: Whisper White #100730, Basic Black #121045, Blushing Bride #19796, Medium Whisper White Envelopes #107301

Ink: Blushing Bride #119786

Punches: Full Heart #119883, 1-1/4" Square #119865

Big Shot & Accessories: Big Shot #113439, Elegant Bouquet embossing folder #115964, Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder #117335

Basic Pearls #119247, Basic Rhinestones #119246

Have a fabulous weekend,



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Beautiful and clever card! I love punch art too - so many ways to play with punches!


Thanks, Beverly. Punch Art is a lot of fun.

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