Using the negatives from my heart punched card
Hi and welcome to my blog. Today’s cards were made using the negatives from my heart punched card that I made at my recent Online Coffee and Cards. The scrap piece was too good to throw away.
Here is the first card:
This is my second card.
Basic watercolour techniques used today.
My original card that the negative came from is below.
How beautiful is this other heart card that I made.
I just love the heart punches which you can see below.
Use the Heart Punch Pack to create a paper heart cut out and a scallop paper heart cut out. Use punched images separately or layer for a beautiful effect. Coordinates with the Heartfelt Stamp Set.
* 2 punches
* Largest punched image: 2-3/16″ x 2-1/8″ (5.6 x 5.4 cm)
Punches are a quick and easy way to create die-cut shapes that add interest and depth to your projects. And since punches are a great way to cut out stamped images, many of our stamp sets have coordinating punches. They are high quality, affordable, and easy to use.
Sleek body style
Large surface area offers precise cutting and leverage
Locks to store
Slim and stackable (with other same-sized punches)
I did not realise that the Parisian Beauty stamp set I used is retired (I always miss one). But you can use any stamp set you have on hand. These are all the supplies to make the initial projects.
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Basically I just adapted my matt layer and card base size according to the size of the scrap water coloured rectangle section.
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