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Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Introducing the new Stampin Up! Triple Banner Punch

As I type this, I am watching 24 Hours in A&E, whilst listening to my hubby snoring away in the chair next to me!! My poorly dog, Megan, is winging because she wants to be put to bed in her den, and my head is buzzing with all I need to do over the next 48 hours, as they will be a super busy 48 hours!

Now, if you follow my blog on a regular occasion, you will know that my little Banner Punch appears in the majority of my cards, as it creates a fab label for sentiments, and you can make it as long or as short as you want.

Well ...

Stampin Up! has a new punch coming in the new Annual Catalogue come 3 June 2015
Ant that punch is the Triple Banner Punch.
It is what it says on the box.

The punch guide allows you to create 3 different widths of Banner, and as long as you like.
So no more threading cardstock through the top of the little Banner Punch. And  what makes this punch even better is each size banner mats perfectly onto the next size up, as you can see in the photo.

So if you don't have a Big Shot & Banner Framelits, this might just be the punch for you.

The sizes of the 3 labels is perfect for A6 Cards, or for gift packaging etc.

Todays card is the start of a weeks worth of masculine cards, since Fathers Day is looming fast, and my Dad's birthday falls a week before Fathers Day
So I am hoping these cards will give you inspiration for your Dad's Special Day(s)

Click on the product icons below to view or order the products I've used in todays card creation

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.



The beautiful train stamp is from the Traveler Stamp set, and the sentiment is from, And Many More stamp set.
The train was stamped onto Very Vanilla Cardstock using Early Espresso Classic Ink Pad.
I punched the largest and smallest Banners using the Triple Banner Punch using Very Vanilla Cardstock.

These Banners were then stamped with the World Map using Early Espresso Cardstock.
The middle Sized Banner was from Blackberry Bliss, as is the Card Blank.


The Train topper was mat onto Soft Suede cardstock (and the same was the case for the sentiment). And the sentiment was stamped from the And Many More Stamp Set using Soft Suede ink.

Layer up the Banners using a little Tombow, as it doesn't cause the cardstock to warp.
The train topper what pipped up using Stampin Dimensionals.

I am really pleased with todays card, execially as I love anything that has a vintage / steampunk style.


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If you would like to ask any questions on techniques or products, or anything else related to my blog posts, please feel free to ask away
Happy Stamping
Kim xxx

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