Saturday, October 22, 2011

Party Hats

Here is the last card I made from Kim's class.  Another fun punch art idea for party hats!  Instead of the pennant punch, I used the square scallop punch to make the bottom of the hats.  It just seemed easier for me. If I had been at the class, I'm sure Kimmy would have showed me :)

1.  Fold Poppy Parade cardstock in half.
2.  Emboss Baja Breeze piece using the Polka Dot embossing folder and the Big Shot; adhere to card front.
3.  Use Pennant Builder Punch to cut out 1 hat out of each Just Add Cake Designer Paper scraps.
4.  Cut 1 scallop pennant from Poppy Parade scrap using the Pennant Builder Punch; cut 3 edges off and adhere      to bottom of each triangle; adhere to card front using Dimensionals.
5.  Add small Poppy Parade flower to the top of  each hat using Dimensionals.
6.  Stamp Greeting from Teeny Tiny Wishes set on Whisper White scrap; cut out using Scallop Oval Punch; sponge edges using Poppy Parade ink.
7.  Cut Scallop Oval from Peach Parfait scrap; adhere greeting scallop on top; adhere all to card using Dimensionals.


Patti Willey said...

Ok I need that Die. Those are the Perfect party hats!

Cheri said...

Really Cute

Carol Carriveau said...

I know that this could be for anyone, but certainly looks like a darling child's card. Such fun!