Video Tutorial – Punch Art Angel

Angel made from Gift Bow die -

I had so many requests on how I created the “Gift Bow Angel”.  I am so glad you guys like her too so I thought I would share a video on how I did it.

I’m not a “punch art” girl.  I always seem to get lopsided projects whenever I try but the angel wasn’t hard at all!  Of course, the Gift Bow die did most of the work so that helped.

In my video today, I decided to create the angel for a baby gift and changed the sentiment to “hello, baby” instead of Christmas.  So glad I have more than one reason to create this angel.

Let’s get going with today’s video, shall we?

Need any of the supplies I used to create my angel?  Here’s my supply list.  Use what you have, order what you need!  And don’t forget…the Gift Bow die is ON SALE through November 18th!  To order yours, CLICK HERE!

  • Gift Bow Bigz die   #129977  ON SALE!
  • Whisper White Cardstock   #100730
  • Blushing Bride Cardstock   #131198
  • So Saffron Cardstock   #105118
  • Soft Sky Cardstock   #131203
  • Silver Glimmer Paper   #124005
  • Daffodil Delight Classic Ink Pad   #126944
  • Strawberry Slush Classic Ink Pad   #131178
  • 1 3/8″ Circle Punch   #119860
  • Word Window Punch   #119857
  • 1 1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch   #127811
  • 1 3/4″ Circle Punch   #119850
  • Stampin’ Sponges   #101610
  • Multipurpose Liquid Glue   #110755
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals   #104430
  • Bone Folder   #102300
  • Silicone Craft Sheet   #127853
  • Basic Black Marker   #100082

I hope you guys found some inspiration today and that you will give this sweet angel a try!  It really was pretty simple and I like all things SIMPLE.

Have a terrific weekend my friends!  Thanks for your support and loyalty to Simply Simple Stamping!  I appreciate you all so much!!

3 Responses to “Video Tutorial – Punch Art Angel”

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  1. Theresa says:

    What a great idea! My neighbor is having a baby girl next week and this would be just the thing for on top of her present. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Molly says:

    how did i manage to miss other versions of this on pinterest–it is so cute! no matter, i’m just glad you saw them and shared the inspiration with the rest of us. your tutorials never fail to take the project fear out of a new technique,. and i’m with you-punch art isnt my usual thing either. thanks for making this sweet angel a possibility!

  3. Cathy Gilbert says:

    Connie: Thanks so much for the tutorial. I’m going to cut out “angel kits” for my Family Literacy class for the first week of Dec. We’ll add a piece of ribbon and everyone will have a darling little angel ornament. THANKS!!!

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