Creating Cards With Punches – Country Home Wreath

Creating cards with punches is quick, easy and fun- that’s the beauty of punches, right?! 

Today’s Country Home Wreath card proves that point- it can be made in 15 minutes or less! If you wanted to make duplicates and apply the batch processing method (see HERE for details), you could cut that time down even more!

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Before we start… SAVVY SHOPPER ALERT: 24-HOUR Sale TOMORROW to celebrate Stampin’ Up!’s 30th Birthday! Expect all the details early tomorrow morning. Coffee (or tea, cocoa, apple cider?) and shopping… now that’s a good morning 🙂

Now onto today’s project…

cards with punches, leaf punch, sprig punch, stampin up, triple banner punch, country home stamps, stampinup, stampin savvy, tammy beardDoes it remind you of a wreath hanging on your front door? Want a holiday wreath, instead? Just switch up your colors and change the sentiment! Easy-peasy. Don’t you love designs like this?!

Creating Cards With Punches

These 3 great punches are the star of the show: 

NOTE: Save 10% on the Sprig Punch when purchased as part of the PEACEFUL NOEL Bundle

From them, punch the following:

  • Leaf Punch:  10 each from Merry Merlot and Cajun Craze Cardstocks 
  • Sprig Punch:  5 from Copper Foil Cardstock 
  • Triple Banner Punch: Very Vanilla Cardstock Sentiment Banner

Project Details

  • The A2 card base and sentiment are made from Thick Very Vanilla Cardstock.
  • The top 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ layer is from the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper. If you’d like to step it up like I did, brayer* Gray Granite and Early Espresso ink to the Pinewood Planks Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and run it through the Big Shot machine. Wood-grain look AND texture! *Video tutorial with details HERE; or photo tutorial is HERE.
  • Optional, but helpful: Cut a large circle base from Merry Merlot Cardstock using the Layering Circles Framelit Dies (photo below)…

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  • Apply SNAIL adhesive on one side of the base and start applying the Merry Merlot and Cajon Craze Leaves, alternating them as you go around. For the Sprig’s, apply a little SNAIL to the back, bottom part and tuck the Copper Foil in around the wreath. Add Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back.
  • Tie a bow using Merry Merlot and Copper Reversible Ribbon and apply with Glue Dots.

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  • Stamp sentiment from COUNTRY HOME stamp set with Merry Merlot Classic Stampin’ Pad. Punch ends with the Triple Banner Punch (my most used punch!).

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Product List for Today’s Card With Punches
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  • Another Country Home Card using Punches HERE
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I hope you’ll create some cards with punches… and have loads of fun doing it! Back tomorrow morning with SALE Details! xxx tammy 🙂

About Tammy Beard

Stampin' Up!® Independent Demonstrator who loves crafting handmade happiness with paper, stamps and ink!❤ SHOP Stampin' Up!® in the USA @


  1. I’ve seen so many wreath cards, but the simplicity of yours and those glorious autumn colours, makes yours my favourite. We don’t celebrate harvest here in Australia but creating this wreath in Christmas colours will be perfect. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity.

    • What sweet comments, Lisa! I’m so glad you were inspired and liked the card. I hope you have as much fun as I did. Have fun CASE-ing for Christmas! 🙂

  2. Love it and made one almost like it. If I can figure it all out, I will post a photo or pinterest and mention your name.

  3. This card is absolutely stunning! I love everything about it!

  4. Beautiful card, Tammy! Thanks for sharing the tips!

  5. I ADORE this card! Can’t wait to try it.

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