Stampin’ Up! Ornament Punch Remix

Stampin up awash with flowers
Yes, that little flower pot IS the Stampin' Up! Ornament Punch working double duty.  No rest for that holiday favorite when it can multi-task year round!  After a little "surgery" with my paper snips (to the ornament point), I had a Voil? moment!

Stampin up ornament punch vase

  • I created this card awhile ago using some now retired Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper, card stock and buttons.  A current DSP alternative could be Old Olive and Daffodil Delight prints from the Brights Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack (117155).  The Brights Designer Buttons (119747) are a quick replacement, too. 
  • For a rich pizzazz, switch to Basic Gray and Real Red!
  • Paper Snips liberated one of the flowers which is popped up on Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • Skinny strips of coordinating card stock add polish to the buttons.
  • Click and scroll thru sympathy card samples for more ideas.

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ALASKAN CRUISE UPDATE:  I'm in Skagway, Alaska for the day, experiencing the historical charm of the Gold Rush Days (late 1800's) and breathtaking natural beauty.  Tonight I attend a Stampin' Rush Share night with the other Stampin' Up! demonstrators on the trip.  I plan to bring back lots of cool ideas!

 Black signature ivory


Stampin up awash with flowers closeup Stamp Set:  Awash with Flowers (W117062), Three Little Words (W113254)
Paper:  Whisper White, Retired Crushed Curry Card Stock, Retired Stampin' Up! Old Olive and Crushed Curry Designer Series Paper
Ink:  Old Olive
Cool Tools:  Ornament Punch (119847), 1 3/8" x 5/8" Oval Punch (119863), Paper Snips (103579)
The Perfect Touch:  Old Olive 5/8" Satin Ribbon (117292), Retired Stampin' Up! Designer Buttons, Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Mini Glue Dots (103683)

Awash with flowers stampin up rubber stamps


  1. Love your pretty card!! I love to see a tutorial how to make it using that punch idea!

  2. neat idea.

  3. What a pretty card. I love the colors and what a great idea for the ornament punch. You are so creative!!!!!

  4. I love the different ways to use the ornament punch!! This one is unique.

  5. I love it when something that’s meant to be something can be turned into something else. Brilliant!

  6. Hello Mary: Great card and lovely colors. Even on vacation, the wheels in your head are turning to create wonderful things. So awesome to use that punch for a vase!

  7. Adorable card!

  8. Beautiful, you clever girl!!

  9. I love that idea. Looks great. I wasn’t able to get off the ship in Skagway for various reasons. Hope you enjoy the train ride.

  10. Kelly Wentling

    So clever with this punch Mary!! I just love the idea and will add that to my wishlist now. Thank you so much for all your inspiration! Have a wonderful vacation.

  11. Such a cute card! And I wished I had seen your post sooner. My advise would have been to get in the caboose on the train. The ride back (with the view out of the rear of the train) is amazing!!! I’m sure you’ll enjoy it, though, where ever you sit. Have fun!

  12. This card is beautiful!! I love the idea with the punch, thanks for sharing!! 🙂

  13. Oh my goodness! I love this card! You are sooo creative Mary!

  14. holly aka kopykat

    oh that is so cute, love it

  15. I like what you have done with the punch:) Thank you for the idea!

  16. Love the creative use of the ornament punch. Great color combo…LOVE it!

  17. Mary, this card is so pretty –What agreat way to showcase the ornament punch –I love your creativity:-)

  18. Mary, I love this card! The colors are fun and the punch is so clever! I was just thinking that I need to order that punch to go with Christmas stamps that I own but why would I want to buy an ornament punch in May? Now I know why 🙂 Thanks for making everything more useful! Glad you are having fun in Alaska 🙂

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