How to Make Cards With Punches and Designer Series Paper

how to make cards with punches and designer series paper

Today I’m going to show you how to make cards with punches and in particular the Heartfelt Hexagon Punch and the Country Woods Designer Series Paper.  This is another card my club members will receive the PDF file for and another way to showcase some easy paper punch card ideas.  

My Stamp Camp at Home Card Club Members are receiving the full 12 X 12 package of the Country Woods Designer Series Paper this month and I have plenty of ideas to share with them on how to use this paper pack.  If you would like to learn more about my card club see this blog post HERE.

I’m also going to be bringing in a few more items found in the Country Woods Suite throughout this month.  Club members do not need the bundles from the suite to create their cards in the club kit, but if they want their cards to be identical to mine then they will want to purchase the bundles and other items in the collection for the club cards and bonus cards.

The Country Woods Suite Collection includes:

  • Country Birdhouse Bundle
  • Country Flowers Bundle
  • Eyelet 3D Embossing Folder
  • Country Woods Designer Series Paper
  • Country Lace Designer Series Paper
  • Petal Pink & White Trim Combo Pack
  • Basci Gray & Smoky Slate PearlsProduct colors: Basic Beige, Basic Gray, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Gray Granite, Misty Moonlight, Pecan Pie, Petal Pink, Pool Party, Smoky Slate, Wild Wheat

how to make cards with punches and designer series paper

Okay so now that I’ve gone over the suite, it’s time to let you in on how to make cards with punches; specifically today’s card.   This card is pretty self explanatory and easy to create if you have the Heartfelt Hexagon punch.  Basically you just punch your Country Woods Designer Series Paper, preferably scrap pieces using the punch and then just glue the punched pieces to another piece of coordinating cardstock.  You can’t get many more easy paper punch card ideas than that.

easy paper punch card ideas

I felt the lighter woodgrain piece made a great sentiment piece and I just stamped my sentiment directly onto the punched paper piece using the Early Espresso ink.  Then to accent the sentiment I added a few of the Basic Gray & Smoky Slate Pearls.

You can easily change the color scheme and bring out more of the Petal Pink or Pool Party if you want a softer more feminine look and feel to the card. Instead of attaching your punched pieces to the Early Espresso cardstock attach them to Basic Gray or Smoky Slate and then layer that onto Petal Pink or Pool Party cardstock and you can make your card base Basic White or Basic Gray.  The possibilities are endless.

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