by Stacey Cogswell, Independent Stampin'Up Demonstrator

Monday, September 20, 2010

Creative Use of Bitty Bat Punch #6

O.k. back to another way to use the Bitty Bat punch.  I don't think you'll have to look to close to see it, but if you can't see it scroll to the end of this post for the answer.

Created by Stacey Cogswell
Copyright Stampin'Up!

Well, did you ever think you could use the Bitty Bat punch to make a Christmas card? I never would have thought so myself, but it's amazing what you can come up with if you just sit down and play.

Products Used to Create this Card:

Stamp set: Cute Curly (117014 wood $19.95, 120510 clear $14.95)
Card Stock: Whisper White, Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler 
Ink: Versa Mark
Accessories: Big Shot with Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder, Bitty Bat punch,1/4" circle punch, gold ribbon, gold embossing pwder and heat gun.
Designer Series paper: Holly Jolly

Answer:  I cut the feet and the head off the bat then glued them in a circle.  4 bats are needed per circle.

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