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SF2022 - Perfectly Punched.


Good afternoon and welcome to the Stampin' Friends Perfectly Punched Blog Hop.  

Today I am sharing two projects which have been made using the Alphabest Bundle.  This is such a cute little bundle which has the most adorable punch so it worked perfectly for today's theme.

I love how this bundle includes everything you need to create names, titles as well as all the punctuation and numbers that you would need.  The background stamps are adorable which you can use behind the letters or, they make great backgrounds as I have done in my projects.  At just £31.50 for the bundle, it is great value too!

I started by choosing my colour scheme and I went for Fresh Freesia, Bermuda Bay and So Saffron.  I then chose three of the different background shapes and randomly stamped them on to Basic White cardstock until the background was full.

I then stamped the happy birthday and the borders of the letters in Versamark ink and heat embossed them using White Embossing Powder.  Then comes the magic, that cute little punch that comes with the bundle made it really simple to punch and stick on to the card.  Whilst I love all the amazing dies that we have with so many of our sets, you really cannot beat a simple punch from time to time.

I then created a simple box to go with my card using the same colours and design but this time, given there was limited space, I simply stamped the hb2u for the top.

This is such a lovely little set and it can be used in so many different ways that it is really a must for any crafter.

I cannot wait to see what my fellow hoppers have created and what punch they have opted to use.  You can follow the hop by clicking on the next button or links below.

Happy Stampin' (and Punchin')



  1. I love how you created your background, what a great idea!

  2. We are on the same wave length. I am going to get a lot of use from that bundle! Love the embossing.

  3. How fun is this!!! Now I need that punch

  4. Love this...how did I miss this bundle. Great projects.

  5. Love your projects Jo! Such a cute little box!