Pansy Punch Art Flower Tutorial and Card

  Carla's Punch Art Pansy Tutorial (4)

You know how I love flowers!!!  Each and every flower is my very favorite.  While browsing the web, I saw a Pansies made from the Butterfly Punch.  How clever!  You can see one of them over a Dawns, Do Stampin’ with Dawn.  Since I’m a One Stroke Certified Instructor, I had to make one the way I paint.  Here’s how I did it...
Carla's Punch Art Pansy Tutorial
Punch 3 Whisper White Butterflies.  Cut the larger ends into tear drop shapes on 2 of the Butterflies, see photo above.  Cut the 3rd Butterfly in half and trim off a little of each edge on the top and cut the top off so its straight.  See lower right, photo above.  
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Now using your daubers and Elegant Eggplant and So Saffron Ink Pads, color in your petals, by holding your finger on the edge and pulling the color onto the petal, try to pull the color into the center, the way a petal grows.  I held my finger onto the center point of the tear drop and pulled in all the Elegant Eggplant.  I let that dry, turned and pulled in the yellow.  Be sure to leave white space for the yellow, don’t color the entire petal in EE.   Carla's Punch Art Pansy Tutorial (10)

Line up your petals as in the picture above.  I adhered mine with pop dots.Carla's Punch Art Pansy Tutorial (7)
Now with your 1/4” hole punch, punch one in So Saffron and cut off the top of the circle as shown above.  With your 1/8” punch one in Garden Green.  Adhere with a touch of glue onto the center of the Pansy as shown in the upper right of the above photo.  Now add your lines with your black Micron.  You can also choose to match the darker color of your flower. 
Your Pansy center can be done either way, I chose to add a little white acrylic paint from a toothpick, making the “Pansy Smile”.  Some Pansy Smiles are more pronounced than others, depending on the variety.  Carla's Punch Art Pansy Tutorial (3)
Supplies for today’s Pansy Card..
  • Flower Pot Pocket Card Tutorial
  • Tiny Tags Stamp Set 118091
  • Scallop Edge Punch 112091
  • Jewelry Tag Punch 117190
  • Pumpkin Pie Card Stock
  • Whisper White Cardstock
  • Garden Green Cardstock
  • Razzleberry Lemonade DSP 115675
Supplies for today’s Pansy Punch Art Flower Tutorial...
  • Butterfly Punch 116629
  • 2 Step Bird Punch 116629
  • 1/4 inch Hole Punch
  • 1/8 inch Hole Punch
  • Whisper White Cardstock
  • Garden Green Cardstock
  • So Saffron Cardstock
  • Stampin’ Up Daubers 102892
  • Scissors
  • Drop of Glue or 2 Way Glue Pen 100425 for Center dots
  • Mini Glue Dots 103683
I hope you enjoy my Pansy Punch Art Flower Tutorial and Card.  Here’s some other flowers I’ve made using Punch Art and there tutorials.  Click on the picture for the tutorial.
 Poinsettia Punch Art Flower Tutorial...
image Carla’s Trumpet Vine Punch Art Flower Tutorial...
image Be sure to check on my Blog, under Tutorials for more Punch Art. 


inkedx2 said...

Carla ~ I have to say these are the best pansies I have seen made with the butterfly punch. These are gorgeous. TFS


Ann Schach said...

Wow! Beautiful! Stunning! Gorgeous!

Linda Callahan said...

That's it - quit your job and start teaching art! Wow - no one has made pansies as nice as these! Gorgeous!

Cards by Gina said...

A-maz-ing! You have no idea how much I love pansies!

Dawn said...

Thanks for the shout out. Your pansies are gorgeous!!! You have an amazing talent.

Mary Ann Whitehead Overson said...

Thanks to Stampin' Pretty and Mary F. I found your blog - a new favorite! I've yet to come across a stamper who shares my artistic style until I found you. Most of my friends tell me that my cards are works of art - I think you've got me beat! Lucky is the person who gets one of your amazing cards! Thank you for sharing your techniques and secrets, and keep up the great work!


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