Monday, July 1, 2013

Packing a Punch...

Hi folks...no need to be alarmed...I haven't turned violent in my old age and been arrested for dotting some officious little job's worth on the nose although there are lots of them around and I'm sorely tempted on a regular basis. It's all about me delving into the Fiskars Punch stash to make some projects which are featured in this month's Creative Cardmaking Magazine available from a craft store near you with a Shabby Chic theme using Tim Holtz fabulous French Industrial Paper Stash Pack and if you're thinking that these papers are only suitable for dark and grungy projects...think again...with a little bit of pink inking...we can do pretty and girly...

Wall Hanger using Squeeze Punches...


AdvantEdge Starter Set and Squeeze Punches

 and not forgetting the boys...Interchangeable Punches and Squeeze Punch


I'll be looking out the distress and idea-ology supplies today and having a go at this month's Timmie Tag and talking of Mr H...I have news...exciting news which I'll share with you all tomorrow and as always there hangs another tale.
Hugs Kath xxx

20 comments:

  1. ...fabby makes Kath and wonderful to have them there for all to see and admire in a magazine...awesome...Mel:)xx

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  2. Good Morning Kath. Fantastic creation. I love those TH papers. Hugs Rita xxxxx

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  3. Super cards. Hope you and Buddy have a great day. Hugs Anesha :)

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  4. Fabulous projects Kath! Wish Buddy a belated birthday for me - I have been away for a few days! Susan xx

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  5. You have made some fab projects for the magazine Kath..I shall look out for it. You are very clever to make Tim's grungy papers looks so feminine...the lace is great.. Happy Tuesday, I have the day off and hope to get crafting x

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  6. Gorgeous projects for the magazine Kath, love every one. Hugs, Anne x

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  7. Pretty, pretty, pretty, Kath. I love them all. Hugs, Julie xx

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  8. Love the combination of kraft & lace on the first - have fun with the tags project.
    Paula (PEP)

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  9. Lovely Kath - all of them. Gorgeous papers. Enjoy making your tag.
    Hugs
    Heather W
    x

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  10. Lovely samples Kath - looking forward to hearing your news....X

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  11. Gorgeous makes Kath, Those TH papers look fabulous...Hugs May x x x

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  12. these look amazing Kath - who would have thought those papers could look so feminine x

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  13. These are so wonderful. I love the way your creative mind works because the results always inspire!!!!

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  14. wow you really did tart up those grey papers, and made them so girly. I love TH stuff but sometimes it's a bit old mannie-ish if you know what I mean.
    Have a great Tuesday
    Val xx

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  15. Gorgeous cards Kath.
    Lorraine x

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  16. It's always a treat to see what you've made.

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  17. WOW you did it again, stunning Kath!!

    xx Irene

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  18. Awesome makes, love how you've managed to make grungy paper look so pretty. Have fun love and hugs x ChrisB

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  19. Wonderful makes. My fave is the second one!
    You have done a great job combining the pretty and the strong side of papers!

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Thanks for taking the time to visit me in the cubbyhole...I love to hear from you.
hugs Kath xxx