I’m showing you exactly how to use paper punches for handmade cards in today’s CASE the Cattie episode! Come see how you can add tons of kapow! to your card making with these inexpensive tool!

Ever Heard of a CASE?

Int he paper crafting world, CASE means Copy And Share Everything. What a super way to save time in our craft rooms when we can take a design somewhere out there either in printed media or the internet and copy it with items we have in our own stamp rooms. To find out more, click here.

Every week I share a CASEd design from a Stampin’ Up! publication with you in my live video series called CASE the Cattie. We’re up to the tenth episode and you can find them all by clicking right here.

But you might want to watch them live, because you could win the card I make! All you need to do is head on over to my Facebook page every Thursday morning at 11 MT!

Maybe you know what page of the catalogue I used as my inspiration for this card?

See How to Use Paper Punches for Handmade Cards
A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! 2021-22 Annual Catalogue Card

I shared four different designs using this same technique. You can see them all by clicking on the triangle below.

How to Use Paper Punches for Handmade Cards

When I CASEd the catalogue card that I made for you in the video, I used a different punch and stamp set that is so pretty. You might even have it at home!

Click the triangle to see it now!

One of the best things about using punches in your paper crafting is you don’t have to be an artist! You can make cards just like the ones I’ve shared quickly and easily!

Who would you give this card to?

Learn How to Use Paper Punches for Handmade Cards
Who Wouldn’t LOVE An Ice Cream Cone Card?

How about everyone?! In the middle of summer now is the ideal time to give this fun card to someone special! Big or small!

They will love it!

Did you figure out what sample I CASEd with my stamps, ink and punch? You can see it on page 36 of our 2021-22 Annual Catalogue…or how about I give you a hint and you can guess?

Which Design Did I CASE from page 36 of the 2021-22 Annual Catalogue?

Time to Try It At Home!

Grab your own stamps and Ice Cream Builder punch to recreate this card! Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Poppy Parade – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • Pattern Party Designer Series Paper – 3 1/2″” x 5 3/8″
  • Ombre Glimmer paper – scraps
  • Crumb Cake – scrap
  • Basic White – scrap

And if you don’t yet have this great set? Try the same look with other punches and matching stamps you do have.

If you want to try this card with the same supplies as me, please click on any image below to order and have it shipped directly to you. Thanks so much for choosing me as your Canadian demonstrator.

Supplies I Used

What’s the Next CASE?

I’ll be back again next week for a live video of a CASE from a current Stampin’ Up! catalogue! Maybe it’s one of your faves. But let me know if there’s another one you want me to make and I can give it a try!

Click here to leave a comment.

I absolutely love how bright and cheerful this card turned out! But there are 3 more designs to see in the video! Be sure to take a peek there now!

Want to Know How to Use Paper Punches for Handmade Cards?
Use Punches, Glimmer Paper and Stamps for a Adorably Cute Card

Next time you want a fun and quick card, think about how you know how to use paper punches for handmade cards; your card recipients will be giggling over something this darn cute!!

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