Princess Punch Art Announcement

Happy Tuesday Peeps!

Thanks for stopping by today.  I know my posts have been a bit sporadic and I do apologize.  I have some of the BEST NEWS EVER and it has been keeping me incredibly busy.  If you've followed me for a bit, you know of my love affair with punches and paper and ALL things punch art.  I just LOVE it.  I love taking tools that were creating for one thing and finding a ton of other possibilities for them.  Punches to me are like a "staple" in your wardrobe....sort of a "little black dress".  You invest in that dress and you can take it and wear it a million different ways.  That's how I think of punches.  A circle is NOT just a circle.  An oval is NOT just an oval.  I feel the same about Stampin' Up's Framelits too.  The sky's the limit!

Well....I have dreamed for many years of being able to share my love of punch art and paper with LOTS of people.  I mean A LOT of people.  A couple of weeks ago my dream came true!!  I had a phone call from Stampin' Up! asking me to be a Main Stage Presenter at this year's "Inspire~Create~Share" Convention 2014 in Salt Lake City this July!!!!!  God is SO good!  I'm excited...giddy...weepy...nervous....and just plain bowled over!  Needless to say, I've been glued to my studio ever since.  I have SO many ideas!!  My brain is racing most of the time.  I just can't WAIT to share what I truly LOVE to do with demonstrators from all over the country and Canada.

So....I'm still here.  I promise.  

For those of you who have been asking about the newest Princess Punch Art Tutorial for "Queen Elsa" from Disney's "Frozen"....This is the week you've been waiting for!

"Queen Elsa's" Punch Art Tutorial 
will debut this Friday, June 13th!! 

I will post it here on my blog with all of the other princesses.  To see all of them, just go to the top of this page and click on the "Tutorials For Sale" tab.  I'm sincerely sorry for the delay with the tutorial.  I can't wait to share it with you and I know you'll have tons of fun making dresses of your very own.

Here are the dresses that have tutorials just waiting for you.

"Princess Anna"

"Snow White"

Okie doke....I'm off to the studio!  Wish me luck!  If you're a SU! Demo and will be at Convention, PLEASE come by and say "Hi!".  I'd love to meet you. 

Wishing you a magical day!


  1. Michelle, SO glad you are continuing to make your beautiful Disney dresses even thought SU decided to retire the dress framelit. Your creations are stunning!


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