5 Ways To Use The Blossom Punch!

By | 07/20/2013

By the end of this post, you will realize why you need the Mixed Bunch stamp set and the Blossom Punch!  I spent about an hour yesterday playing with just a few techniques for using the Blossom Punch in different ways.  I feel like I’m just showing you the tip of the iceberg here.  I haven’t played with pearls, glitter, embossing powder, paper piercing, scoring, background stamps…the list goes on!  I wanted to share a few fun ways you can get even more out of your punches!!!  You know that I love when my punches can work even harder for me!


I created the same basic card each time.  I used Coastal Cabana ink and card stock (cut at 4-1/4 x 11″ and scored at 5-1/2″), along with Whisper White (cut at 4 x 5-1/4″).  I stamped an image from the Mixed Blossom stamp set 4 times on each piece of Whisper White card stock.  I stamped the Happy Day sentiment from the Happy Day stamp set in Early Espresso on each one as well.  My final touch was to add a piece of the Whisper White Organza Ribbon to the bottom of each.

Here is the basic card:


Blossom Technique 1:  For this card, I stamped the tulip image from the Bright Blossom set in Bermuda Bay on each petal of the blossom and added a Vintage Designer Button to the center.


Blossom Technique 2:  I did use just the blossom punch with a stamped center cut with the 1″ circle punch.  I curled the petals up slightly as well.


Blossom Technique 3: After punching the blossom, I ran it through my perfect polka dots embossing folder.  (This is my favorite technique!)


Blossom Technique 4:  For this card, I punched the ends of each petal with my Scallop Ribbon Border Punch.  I also added the Vintage Designer Button to the center.



Blossom Technique 5:  For my final technique, I stamped and punched a blossom from the Flower Shop set using the Pansy Punch.  I layered them with a Stampin’ Dimensional and added a Neutral Glimmer Brad to the center.


My favorite is the embossed blossom.  I think the En Francais background stamp would look amazing too!!!  I keep thinking of more things I’d like to try!

What’s your favorite??

Purchase your Mixed Bunch stamp set and Blossom Punch online at mystampingstore.com!


Thank you so much for stopping by!  I hope you enjoyed my Blossom Punch fun today!

Happy stamping!



2 thoughts on “5 Ways To Use The Blossom Punch!

  1. Terri

    Those are some cute ideas. I like the last one, with the flower on top of the Blossom Punch.

    Ter 😉


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