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Monday, July 4, 2011

Fun Golfer Punch Art card

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Hi all, a break form all those flowers! a card for the golfer in your life! A very quick and easy punch art card using your large oval, 1" circle and a 1/2" circle. Check out the below pic for some more details and also the video at the bottom of this post.

Just let you know that Beth is going well in India she received a credit for her teaching and they are doing some more touring this week before they come home. Here's a pic she sent us of them at an Indian wedding.... Beth is in front right with the white scarf on :) enjoy
Blessings to you


and a last thought

“And I am praying that you will put

into action the generosity that comes

from your faith as you understand and

experience all the good things

we have in Christ”
(Philemon 1:6, NLT)

25 comments:

Virgo5 said...

Wow Valita this is awesome! Great card for any golfer, so creative! I don't have a golfer in my life but it's so cool I want to make one anyway!

Becky said...

This is just adorable!!
Happy 4th of July.

Anonymous said...

Great card, very cute.
Beth looks like she is enjoying herself in India. She will come back a different person than the one that left. How they grow up so fast!
Thanks for always sharing your talent Valita.
Jackie,
Oregon, U.S.A.

Dr Sonia S V said...

Your Beth seems to be having fun at a typical Indian wedding. The salwar looks good on her!
Cheers from Bangalore ,India
Dr Sonia S V
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

RedGem said...

I just absolutely love this card and a perfect one for my golfer! Tku for sharing your creativity with us!

Karen @ THEBUSYBUG said...

Very cute card! TFS.

Anonymous said...

I think this is such a great idea! I love to watch your videos, you are awesome
Pam

Linda said...

Another spectacular card Valita, know a mad keen golfer that this will be fantastic for. Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us

Cindy Major said...

Wow, what an awesome punch art card! Look at those shoes!! :D

Cindy

RissyLouToYou said...

Enjoyed the shading technique tips on this card. I will enjoy making up a few of these cards for the golfers in my family. Thanks for the great video.

Anonymous said...

I love this card. My husband is a golfer and this will be a perfect card to make for him. I can hardly wait to give it a try. Thank you for sharing. All your ideas are wonderful.

Kathy and Lucky said...

Another amazing piece of art, just love to see what you create. Can't wait to give this a try, since my parents both play golf and it is so hard to make a card for them. TFS!

Anonymous said...

So creative! I love your latest art work.

Ter ;)

Merry said...

Amazing card

Chary Belfield said...

Hi Valita,

I have just made a attempt at the golf card that you have on your blog this looks great. You are a great inspiration.

I am a demonstrator for stampin up in Australia and you come up with some great things keep up the good work. I will post this onto my blog but will put a link to you giving you the credit for this.

Chary

Stempelfein said...

Oh my god, how funny is that?!! Great idea.. I always love to visit your georgeous site!

Greetings from Germany
Tanja

Mrs. Sassy Crafter said...

Hi! I just found your blog, and think you are very talented...I'm a new follower! Come visit me sometime

www.mrssassycrafter.com

Patti Jo said...

Valita you have one amazing creative mind!!! This is so fun and neat!!! Great job and always appreciate you sharing your talents!!!

deb said...

WOW! What a cute card! I know a few golfers that would appreciate such a card.
Thanks for sharing your creations!!
Deb

Monica-FC said...

I love this card as it would be neat for my father in law as he used to golf. might have to try this one. :)

Anonymous said...

i love ur card. I think it's slices of daily life haha. Could u tell me the name of the ink pad u used in this tutorial that is mainly matchable for every color? Thank u!

valita said...

sahara sand ink coulor

Foxycrafts said...

What a fun design. With three golf-mad males in the family, this is going to be so useful! LOL

Thanks for sharing.

Love Joan xx

sandy said...

fun to see you again. I like your work...

Andrew Hows said...

Thank you for sharing your talents and skills