Punched Square Trio WOW! Video Tutorial

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Many of you asked about how I created the punched square trio for this previously posted “Carry On” card.  I thought you might enjoy learning how simple it is to do and prepared a new 1 Minute to WOW! Video Tutorial for you below!

BOO BOO CENTRAL:   I messed up my finger “dead-heading” flowers in my yard.  Sorry for the bandaid in the video.

DON’T MISS!  The pretty patterned paper in today’s card is a sneak peek of International Bazaar Designer Series Paper.  The butterflies are from the Four Seasons Hostess Rewards stamp set that I introduced on yesterday’s post.

Stampin up demonstrator blog catalog square punch card ideas video tutorial
Now you can see the box and card together!  The box is 1 1/2″ high and should accommodate approximately five A2 sized cards (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) and envelopes.  If you layer and embellish more, it may fit fewer.

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Stamp Sets:  Four Seasons Hostess Stamp Set (Wood-Mount 126830, Clear-Mount 126832), Friendly Phrases (Wood-Mount 126149, Clear-Mount 126151)
Paper:  International Bazaar Designer Series Paper (126920), Chocolate Chip (102128), Lucky Limeade (122926), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip (126979), Lucky Limeade (126984)
Cool Tools:  Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch (119275), Large Oval Punch (119855), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), 1 1/4″ Square Punch (119865)
The Perfect Touch:  Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

*Available June 1 when the Stampin’ Up! 2012-2013 Catalog begins.

22 Comments:

  1. MARY,
    WHAT A CLEVER IDEA . THANKS FOR THE VIDEO. LOVE YOUR VIDEOS.
    JUDY

  2. kathy/NorthCarolina

    I love One Minute to Wow!

  3. I had to sit and stare for a few….LOL, then I realized you mounted again, I think. Gonna have to try this and see how it works. Thank you so much for what you do.
    South Carolina says, “Holla”.

  4. Barb in Ontario

    Very pretty card! Going to give it a try!

  5. Your cards are so crisp and clean…definitely my style…

  6. Super cute and fun! Love it!

  7. Great Video Mary! Your idea of punching out contrasting colored squares and positioning them onto your cardstock will ensure that my spacing is perfectly lined up…..thus helping me to create an AMAZING Trio Square Punched Card. Once again……you provided us with another GREAT One-Minute to WOW Video Tutorial….Thanks Girlfriend!

  8. Much appreciated video!! Love your blog:) TFS!

  9. Mary – I can’t buy from you as I’m in Canada, but I love following your blog and it’s easy to see why you’re so successful as a demo. I’ve really enjoyed your sneak peeks and I love your style – bold and bright!

  10. I love this card. I had just seen it on Pinterest and pinned it not realizing it was your card. Really pretty!

  11. Dear Mary, What a beautiful card. It is so crisp and simple. I love it.
    Your tutorials are always great. Thank you for always taking the time to explain this in a very simple easy to understand way. Have a great stamping day. Looking forward to my new catalog.
    Hugs,

  12. Carol Carriveau

    Your videos and tutorials are always so wonderful…thank you! Great card idea. Have a great weekend!

  13. Great card, like always! I am very much impressed with your work..Your colors are great, too. I wish I could put colors together like you do!

  14. Mary,
    i just wanted to say thank you for my daily e-mail. Your cards are beautiful. I have learned so much from you! Thanks for the beautiful art every morning!

  15. Wonderful idea and you make it so simple to re-create. I’ll have to try this and my friends are going to love it when I show them how easy it is to do! TFS!

  16. Susan Mac Donald

    another “well done” 1 min. WOW tutorial; Mary, you always come thru for everyone, w/your tutorials; thanks ever so much for such devoting work! You’re a GEM!!

  17. thanks so much for all these kind comments. it really adds so much sunshine to my day! mary

  18. Great tip. Your bandaid looks so much better than my old plain ones. I need to shop for summer bandaids!

  19. Your tips and videos are always great! Thanks for sharing!

  20. This card is Gorgeous! You’ve done such a beautiful job.

  21. VERY NICE! THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH US.

  22. Awesome design and simple technique – I just tried it out with the Bright Blossoms stamp set 🙂

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