Reported by Lauren Meader
I began my purchase with: Giant Daisy, Small Birch Leaf, Mini Flower, Large Ginkgo Leaf, Snowflake 3, and the Small Pear.
CLICK HERE to see a size comparison for their complete punch line.
This sample also used the Birch Leaf, and small flower punch. I chose to use my Stampin’ Up! Boho Blossoms punch as well.
Just by cutting down the center of each petal, I was able to achieve a different look, using the very same punch.
Another great find was that they also sell STAMPS that can be used in coordination with their punches. This just fascinated me. It was great to combine my love for stamping and paper crafting into one great idea.
You can view some of their stamp sets that are to be used with the punches by Punch Bunch HERE. If you click on the stamp set, it allows you to view what punches you would need to purchase to create the specific flower’s to be used with that image! A great source for the stamps for your punches is Make an Impression. Their line of stamps are called Punch-Ins! I utilized the Basket item # SR985-T
Here is a framed piece I created for my mother. I used one of her favorite photos of my family. In the bottom I used the stamp basket image, which I stamped, then embossed with gold embossing powder. I colored it in with my Copic markers
I could put any type of flowers in here that I want to. There is a space for you to add your flowers so that you have a visual guide as to what should add, and where.
Here is a close up view for the front of the basket with the paper flower pansies. I opted for stickles in the pansy centers. I thought it was a pretty touch.
I have really enjoyed the many images this company of punches has to offer. As I stated above, I love the many uses you are able to get from each one. Pair it up with one of their books on punches, or the punch in stamps and you definitely increase the usability and value of your purchase.