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Stampin' Up! Banner Punch Sunflower!

Hey there! Punch & Technique Class was yesterday! I will be posting the projects we made on the 15th for Stampers Dozen Blog Hop. Today I'm sharing the binder cover club members made to reference their class instructions:

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We used the Banner, 2 3/8" Scallop Circle, and 1 3/4" Scallop Circle punches to create the sunflower.

Starting with a Baked Brown Sugar base, we layered 2 Lullaby Designer Series Paper designs. A Decorative Dots-embosed strip of Baked Brown Sugar covered the seam.

We matted the pre-printed title with Coastal Cabana.

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We sponged Baked Brown Sugar on the embossed scallop circles and Hello Honey on the Hello Honey banners, adhering them to the circles with SNAIL. We anchored them with Stampin' Dimensionals. Stampin_up_punch_binder_3 - Copy
Starting with 8" of Burlap Ribbon, we separated the threads. We looped three together, tied a knot at the end, then adhered to the flower  back with Glue Dots. We added three groups of Mossy Meadow  "leaves" before adhering with all those lovely dimensionals!

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Only club members made the binder. I AM still taking new club members, so if you would like to join, contact me for full details. You can join even if you live long distance. I will ship you the class packets, including the binder cover, which are free with the minimum $25 order each month.

Here's the supply list to find everything in my Online Store:

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Great sunflower!

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