Thursday, July 14, 2011

Pennant Parade

I am finally using the new pennant punch. I love how it makes the scallop edges. I wonder how long it will be before someone comes up with a unique way to use it. Who looked at the ornament punch and saw a polar bear head???? Who ever thought of putting reinkers in shaving cream to make a background? People who think out of the box amaze me. This card was pretty straight forward. I punched the red pennants then the stamped red triangles. The triangles are mounted with dimensionals. I love the red striped bakers twine. It just adds more dimension to the card. Happy birthday is embossed with white craft ink and white embossing powder.

Sets: pennant parade, happiest birthday wishes
Cardstock: daffodil delight, real red, tempting turquoise, whisper white
Ink: white craft, real read, tempting turquoise
Accessories: bakers twine (red striped), dimensionals, white embossing powder, 1/4 and 1/2 circle punches, pennant punch, scallop edge punch, big shot, lattice embossing folder, glue dots


  1. Great card Chris nice a bright for the kids. Love that pennant punch, hopefully we get it here.

  2. I love your use of the Baker's Twine with the pennants! Fun card. So glad you joined us at SUO Challenges this week!

  3. Beautiful, bright colors - perfect for a kiddo birthday! Thanks for playing SUO Challenges.

  4. Love the bright colors and pennant punch! Thanks for playing along at SUO Challenges.


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