2/3 Polka Dot Punch Fun

I wanted to make a card to showcase the Sale-a-bration Polka Dot Punch set along with the Delicate Dots DSP, and a couple of our newest punches . . . the Eyelet Border Punch and the Full Heart Punch. I love how whimsical this card is and it is so easy to create. The butterfly wings are popped up with dimensionals. The antennae could be dotted in with a marker most easily, but since I didn't have a Rose Red marker, I decided to use a butterfly from our Priceless set and just masked off the body. The sentiment is from the word set called Smarty Pants.

Here are the supplies:

Stamps: Polka Dot Punches, Priceless, Smarty Pants
Paper: Certainly Celery, Rose Red, Whisper White, Delicate Dots DSP
Ink: Rose Red
Accessories: Eyelet Border Punch, Full Heart Punch, Word Window Punch, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Dimensionals


Juanita said…
What a great way to use that heart stamp! You have an amazing imagination.
Nancy Riley said…
So creative, Kay! I never would have thought of using the heart image like this! Glad I have YOU to think of those things for me!
Mary said…
super cute! I adore your butterfly from the heart stamp! what pretty colors here
LeAnne said…
This is so cute---I needed a new idea for my samples! I believe I may have to case this! Thanks!
Norine said…
very creative love it
I really have to stop reading titles so literally. I was focused on the cute card but kept wondering okay if this is 2thirds polka dot Punch fun what's the other 1 third.

Same thing happened with the triplets post. I saw 2/1 and thought two for one okay do I do the math to get three?

The cards are great the titles make sense when I check the date so I think its my brain that's in serious need of a reboot! - lol!
Or else I really need a more normal sense of humor. I'll let you decide.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity. - Jean
Anonymous said…
The Polka Dot Punch set is the only item in SAB that remotely interests me and, to be honest, I just don't love it. BUT... your card game me a whole new perspective, LOL! Love you card and I just might take another look at that set!