Friday, July 2, 2010

New Year for Stampin' Up

Here is some of my new cards. I didn't scan it so it doesn't look as good. Sorry. I don't take very good pictures, which is why I love my scanner which I have had over 12 years and still works. More cards to come. Don't forget to leave comments w/contact info (read posts below) so you can win blog candy from me.
These cards all use the bird punch. I just love these. I will try to make time to actually scan these so you can see them more clearly.

This card is made with current DSP.


rush8888 said...
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rush8888 said...

i can't wait to get my mitts on the new catalogue. rush8888 at att dot net

Ola said...

Your work is so beautiful!

Thanks so much for sharing!!!

okj83 at live dot com

Kim Kowal said...

Very nice job Jen!! Love the bird cards!! The little face is so unique too. Can't wait to start playing with some of the new colors and such.

Anonymous said...

It is so interesting to see the many ways one can use a punch!!
Love your ideas.

Faith in Florida

Janet Swofford said...

Beautiful cards! I love all of the new stuff! Thanks for sharing:-D
Inky hugs,

Carolyn Sharkas said...

OMG! Those are the cutest birds! I absolutely love the sandpiper, and I will be making one of those! What a fantastic idea! Thanks so much for sharing.

Sandi said...

Yes, yes -- please take time to scan separately -- I want to see those first 3 up close and personal. Love the punched face, need to CASE for a class, the bird's shadow (how did you do that??), and the "web"? Not sure on the last one until I see up close, but I can tell you used the wings. Thank you so much for the great ideas.
Sandi Dailey

loyaz said...

Oh I love your Bird creations. Just got my punch and am so happy to see the variations everybody is doing.

Anonymous said...

Great bird punch cards. Love the punch. thanks for sharing

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

My favorite punch! Thanks for showing its versatility. Love all the color too!

jlfstudio at

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