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Curly Label Punches It Up

Stampin up well scripted curly label punch

They're easier than you think.  I often hear a bit of grumbling from my fellow stampers about the challenge of creating masculine cards.  If you think clean, geometric and crisp color combos . . . you're already there!  Click here for my Masculine Card Basics.

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  • Stampin up curly label punch The Stampin' Up! Curly Label Punch pops out a simple, geometric background when adhered as a pattern (Crushed Curry Textured Card Stock adds a rich touch).
  • I believe  a Masculine card can handle a touch of ribbon . . . Stampin' Up!'s Basic Gray 5/8" Satin Ribbon reminds me of a tuxedo–exceptionally "man" friendly.  I flared the ends for another simple detail.
  • Need a little inspiration?  Click for more of my Masculine Card Samples.
  • Stampin up well scripted hodgepodge hardware When in doubt, layer less.  This Wide Oval sentiment looks clean and
    masculine with just a touch of metal (Styled Silver Hodgepodge
    Hardware).

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Well scripted stampin up occasions mini Stamp Set:  Well Scripted (Occasions Mini:  Wood Mount 117072, Clear
Mount 118601)

Paper:  Basic Gray (108692), Crushed Curry Textured Card Stock (115538, Assorted In Colors), Very Vanilla (101650)
Ink:  Basic Gray (109120)
Cool Tools:  Curly Label Punch (112208), Wide Oval Punch (112082)
The Perfect Touch:  Basic Gray 5/8" Satin Ribbon (117666), Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware (111325), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

52 thoughts on “Curly Label Punches It Up”

  1. WOW ~ Mary, you never cease to amaze me with your creativity! Love your blog as you always seem to be a step ahead of everyone ~ fabulous work!

  2. Great card! Love the simplicity of it. But unless you want to be guilty of favorites, you’ll have to come up with projects using Larry and Moe Punches!

    🙂
    Mike

  3. Such a simple idea with stunning results!! I love this! You are a genius!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  4. I LOVE the idea of using the punch … brilliant! 🙂

    Its funny, I actually have a hard time making girlie cards … maybe its that urban/NYC thing. LOL I tend to use a lot of blues and greens, kraft and chocolate chip in general.

  5. Wow, that is such a genius idea(the curly label punch pattern), I love it. You know what though, it reminds me of a chain link fence, lol, which makes it even better for a masculine card.

  6. That is so awesome. Love it. What a great use of that punch, now I can dust it off and use it for something.

  7. Amazing idea! I love the color combination and had sort of toyed with that idea since I used to have some drapes that had sort of the curry color, gray and then rust mixed in. Anyway, I know my husband would love the card but then again he even likes flowery ones too. Once again, you totally amaze me with your ideas and talent.

  8. Love this punch idea. INGENIOUS! Love your blog… keep the fabulous work coming.

  9. Mary you always make my chin drop!! What a great idea for the punches, it’s so cute!! I love, love, love your stuff.

  10. Oooh, what a fantastic idea and a beautiful card! Love those colors together, too.

  11. Love the idea…I have just gotten that punch and will surely use it! Thanks for sharing…always enjoy seeing all your ideas.

  12. WOW…that’s a really awesome card. I love checking your site…you have beautiful creations!

  13. What a great idea! Who would have thought that punch could make such a beautiful design! You’re so clever!

  14. Very nice manly card! I’m going to make this for my brother! His birthday is in May! I never would have thought of using a punch in this way! Thanks for sharing!

  15. Wow! This card is absolutely fantastic…I’ve used the curly label punch for so many things, but never would have thought to do this! Thanks for sharing. ~Melanie

  16. This is awesome! I am going to have to cardlift this one. Love the simple and clean design. I never thought about using this punch like this…YOU ROCK!

  17. Hi Mary. Very clever. In fact this helps me with a card I have been thinking of making and the curly label punch might just be the answer to my dilemma. Thanks.

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