Friday, August 13, 2010

Playing Around with a Kid Card

A couple of years ago, before I even heard of Stampin' Up! (can you imagine there was a time??), my friend made a card for my daughter.  I thought it was the cutest thing ever, and saved it.

Last night, I approximately CASE'd it, subbing one punch that I don't own and switching up the color just a bit.

For versions that would be given to boys, I used white and yellow for the lily pad flower instead of pink.

Punches used:
  • 1 3/8" circle
  • large oval
  • small oval
  • 1/2" circle (white eye and flower center)
  • Boho Blossoms (use one medium size flower, cut in half, for the feet; large one for lily pad flower)
  • 1/4" circle (black eye)
Hope you enjoy this little critter!  He's easy to make in quantity.

Happy Stamping,


Emily Keaton said...

Oh, my stars, Colleen!! That is the MOST adorable frog. Made from punches!!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it. So eye-catching and perfect for kids. I *must* try this soon :) Thanks so much for sharing it.

Andrea Ewen said...

Adorable card Colleen! How creative with your punches...I'm gonna have to try that! Always need kids cards and this one is perfect!

Bev J. said...

What a cute card and clever use of your punches-tfs.

~Tammy~ said...

Umm...too stinking cute! I think I want to case it to sometime...ha!

wendyp said...

super super CUTE!!!

Marisa said...

Totally adorable!!! Love that little froggie! Going to have to case it myself :D

Carol Hurlock said...

This is so cute. Isn't it incredible what you can do with punches!!!

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