Hello A Muse Studio

It’s not that I don’t like Stampin’ Up! but when one of my favorite stamp companies, A Muse Art Stampscreated a new home party company, A Muse Studio, I had to switch. I like Stampin’ Up!‘s punches and dies, but I {heart} A Muse Studio! =)

These adorable table and chairs were created with A Muse Studio papers and embellishments, and Stampin’ Up!punches and die.

Stampin’ Up! Flower Folds Bigz XL dieon Big Shot die-cutting machine to cut the largest flower for the table top.

Fold the crease to create the table cloth and put it on top of plastic Easter egg (Glue two egg bottoms together first). Easy peasy.

Now, let’s make some chairs!

Stampin’ Up! Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch (one on the left) looks cute, but what a useless punch I thought, lol. I’m not sure why I even bought it, hehe. I was trying to figure out what to do with it and thought it would be perfect for the chair top.

Cut two pieces of Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch, and fold using the crease lines.

For the chair legs, I used 4 cuts from Word Window Large Punch. Score in the middle, and fold. Note: It was easier for me to score a cardstock paper, and punch out the Word Window pieces.

Glue the legs to the chair top (Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch piece).

Layer the chair top with another Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch piece. I used some A Muse Studio Clear Blocks to hold the shape while the glue dried.

This chair was faster and easier to make than the other ones I made.

For more secure legs, I cut thin pieces of paper (about .25″ heigh), score and crease every 1″ to make a square shape.

Glue the legs to the square pieces.
Add one Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch piece on top.

To make the chair back, cut one Petal Card Extra-Large Double Punch piece. And attach it to one of half-circle petal piece on the side of chair top. Easy, right?

You can decorate them to make so many different variation! Here, I colored some A Muse Studio Paper Flowers, wrinkled them up to decorate the chair. Wouldn’t this be so cute on the wedding tables! =)

How about a miniature paper cupcake with a cake stand!

Cake stand was created with Stampin’ Up! Boho Blossoms Extra-Large Punch. I used all three pieces. Curve/fold the edges and glue them together. Really easy.

For the cupcake wrapper, I used Martha Stewart Scoring Board to score every .25″. Cut it to make about 3″ wide and .25″ heigh. Attach the ends to make a loop and glue the inside to make the cupcake base.

Cupcake frosting was created with Stampin’ Up! Itty Bitty Shapes Punch. Using a stylus, push the center of the flower to create a bowl shape.

Cute!!! =) A Muse Polka Dot papers make me so happy!




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  • Claudia - Love this Su!

  • Sandra - Sunghee, these are TOO STINKIN’CUTE!! Inspiring! I just want to make them and go play house! 🙂 You rock that creativity!!

  • eva - sunghee! you are just so amazing! love the little table and chairs and the cute little cupcake! and now you’re with a muse? i gotta check out their catalog. have a great day!

  • Kim Score - So very clever and cute! this will be on my punch inspiration blog post tomorrow. TFS

  • Steph J - Ack~!!! LOVE this little teeny set!! Sooooo cute! (And the cupcake – omg, cutest thing ever!)

  • Marie-Pierre - Sunghee!! You rock! Those chairs and table, and cupcake are amazing! How do you come with such ideas???! It amazes me each time. I’ll go check the a muse catty. What do you recommend buying?! 🙂 Ah and, wanted to tell you: my carousel is looking good!! 😀

  • Monica - Sunghee, you. are. Amazing! Soooo clever and adorable.

  • Kathy racoosin - Oh my goodness!!! These are incredible and done to perfection!!!! Awesome tutorial too. Hope the kids are good! Hugs, kathy

  • Janna - Hi Sunghee! I totally agree with the others here: stinkin cute! I would never ever have the idea to create something like this! Thanks so much for sharing! Janna

  • Karin - Amuse is lucky to have you showing off their stuff! This paper is super cute and your creativity is off the charts 🙂 I would have gone crazy for this little set when I was a kid…I played paper dolls all the time and they never had any funiture like this, or itty bitty cupcakes!

  • Lorena - this is an amazing little set! I absolutely LOVE what you did and now I want the flower die set!!
    You are trully talented and A Muse has gotta love what your up to as well. Thank you for the step by step tutorial (with magnificent pictures might I add) casue I just have to create this for my decorative are of my desk.

  • Norma isabel - hi Sunghee,
    beautiful work
    I congratulate you for all the details you did.
    I love miniatures and this project is great.
    Thanks for sharing the tutorial,
    Hugs, Isabel

  • Ruby - Wow! I just love this set… you are just amazing and so clever. I have the punches, but just never saw them like this! Tku for sharing your creativity!

  • Beverly BL - This is just so cute. You are so clever and you are right, the paper is just perfect. Thanks for sharing.

  • Lindsey - This is unbelievable, Sunghee! What can you NOT do with paper? I love this! I like that you can mix and match your products, too. 😉

  • Jenn - SOOOOO Adorable, everything! (Did you ever get my note? Or did I just imagine sending it? EEP!!) xoxo

  • Francy - Wow this is stunning, thank you very much for this wonderful tutorial.

  • TeaDub! - OMG Sunghee! Soooo sooo cute and clever on the mini dining table set…I love it! Love what you did with the A Muse Studio papers!

  • Lori Barnett - just when you THINK you have seen the cutest of cute…MAN this is SOOOOOOOOO FUN!

  • mel mccarthy - Absolutely astounding. You always take paper to amazing heights. This wee furniture is too cute!

  • Emily Leiphart - I was sitting in one of those pretty little chairs and fell out of it when I saw this post!! You are insane, Sunghee. I mean you are truly a genius!!! Do I say that every time? Yes, because it’s true! If I could borrow your brain for one day, it would be amazing!

  • Corinne - Awesome, Sunghee!! Thanks for letting us in that clever head of yours as you dissect your creative ideas! Love!!!! You are a genius, girlfriend!

  • Alice W. - somehow i knew you would switch! i do adore A Muse, too! and wow! you are amazing, girl! you are sooooooo creative!! love love love this!

  • Edna Siu - Sunghee, It is fantastic.You always rock.

  • Cris - SO stinkin’ cute and so creative! You are a paper *genius*, Sunghee! I looove the mini cupcake and that sweet polka dot paper is *perfect* for the tables and chairs!
    I’m glad you’re not tired of those plastic eggs yet. 😉

  • Cheryl - Wow! This is so amazing! I can’t believe you created all this with punches! The teeny tiny cupcake is too cute!

  • Kim Yu - These are soooooooo cute!! Wow! Amazing!

  • vanessa - omg! that is so creative and so darn cute! love it!

  • Mindy - The table and chairs are so incredibly adorable!!!

  • Beth Norman - This is stink’n cute. Boy, do you ever have patience.

  • Monique Ouellette, AB Canada - Brilliant! It is absolutely adorable!

  • claire - Oh My Goodness! These are absolutely amazing, I cannot believe how creative you are!

  • Sinead - Oh my!! Who would ever have thought to make a table and chairs using flower punches?! You never cease to amaze me, Sunghee! Great work!

  • Ana Roberta - So beautiful!!!!!!

  • Sankari - Simply AMAZING! I mean WOW! Your mind is so beyond creative – I love how you look at a shape and see something 3D that it can be folded into! You are simply amazing!!!!
    Big hugs,
    Sankari 🙂

  • Reba - darling! I am going to try these for my daughters princess party. You are simply brilliant! I love crafty people 🙂

  • Kristina - Absolutely adorable!

  • liannallama - ohmigoodness! This is so adorable! LOVE it! I’m so sad they are discontinuing this paper!

  • June g. - Unbelievably cute!

  • Rikelle - These are adorable. Thanks for the tutorial!

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