Thursday, March 25, 2010

Sew Many Cards Challenge with a Punch

March 26 through April 1


Use a punch or punches on your project.

The Sponsor for this week's Sew Many Cards Challenge is Wags 'n Whiskers.

Wags 'n Whiskers is owned by Lacey Stephens. She shared a little bit of information about herself and her business. These are her words:

I was a stay-at-home mom for 7 years so stamping was a great way for some “Mommy time”. But after stamping for over 2 years, my hobby became my obsession…so my obsession became my dream! Now I own an on-line store!

Stamp and Create is a new on-line store carrying many popular brands of stamps, paper, and embellishments including: Wags ‘n Whiskers Rubber Stamps, High Hopes Stamps, Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps, Whiff of Joy, Stampavie, Penny Black, The Greeting Farm, Basic Grey, 7Gypsies, Shimmerz, Nestabilities (always 20% off!!), charms and more!!

I am always adding new items to the store…so check it out at

To learn more about the generous prize package and the details of this week's challenge, be sure to go to Sew Many Challenges.

I've created a card using the Sew Many Cards Jovi image. Jovi is an adorable bunny, so sweet!!

I used a Martha Stewart border punch to create a row of flowers, meeting the Punch requirement for the challenge. I also used a simple hole punch to thread the ribbon behind the image. Soft and beautiful designer papers coordinate nicely with the soft coloring of the Jovi image.

I hope you'll create a card with punch and enter this week's challenge!

Image: Sew Many Cards Jovi
Ink: Copic markers
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! Natural Ivory and Old Olive
Designer Papers: from my scrap file
Embellishment: organdy ribbon

5 comments: said...

So sweet!! Love that color combo!

Lorie said...

Very, very, sweet card, Jeanette! That bunny with those huge floppy ears is adorable, and I love your color palette! Awesome punched border, too!

Love ya,

Holly Young said...

Very sweet card. Adorable image - I love those long ears!

Melina said...

Love your border punch! great dp too :)

Cheri said...

Great use of paper - it coordinates wonderfully.