Using the Dandelion Wishes paper as my base I punched a flower from the bottom corner of my card using Punch #309 and then decided to use the bottom portion of the punch create a layered pink flower, adding a gem to the center to finish the look.
Then I added the butterfly punch outs from Punch #901 for embellishment.
For the inside portion of the card I used the same two punches to add decoration to the sentiment and then reassembled the purple flower in the corner.
Hello everyone! Ginni here! Today I'm sharing a card that I made using Kreaxions Punch #921 with Template C for the corners and Template A around the rest of the card, then I colored in the cutaway spots with a gold pen. I added gold elements and outlined everything with a gold pen. Simple and easy yet BEAUTIFUL!!!
Colleen here with a sympathy card. I used Punch 903 and insert A for the border on the card and then just the Punch for the bottom along the tag. Please don't forget to check out the Just Imagine Craft Store to see all the other wonderful punches.
Joan B. here today sharing a card. In my arsenal of paper crafting tools punches are pretty much a staple. One of my favorite ways to use my punches is to create border strips. I used the Kreaxions 4 in 1 punch #305 with no insert to create these detailed border strips. The border strips add the perfect fancy edge for this card.
Louise here. It's tax day here in the US, I hope you got yours in on time. Here's a little card to celebrate or mourn the occasion.
The inside greeting might say "hope your refund makes you feel like a king/queen" when I figure out who I'm giving it to. I used the Kreaxions punch 902 for the top border and doily and the crown punch.
HI! Chris here today sharing this layout I created using Kreaxions punches!For this layout I used Kreaxions #907 to create the border strip. I then used Kreaxions #307 with the positioning part B to create the corner inlays. I love how many different ways there are to use these punches!
My family is not big on getting their photo taken, but I've found they will pose, and pose well, if I promise a goofy photo after the good one. As you might imagine, I have MANY more goofy photos, than "good" ones. But I have to say, I really love them.
I actually cut 2 different photos to put this one together and then I just had to add the one of my little guy with his back to the camera.
I used Punch 901 to go up the side of this fun orange pattern paper.
Then I used the extra "edge" piece over on the right side of the layout.
I used Punch 309 along the side of the yellow paper but I didn't want the flower to show so I layered the darker blue patter over the top of the flower but you still get them fun edge design.
Hi there! Ginni here today with a card to share. I've seen so many cards where someone has layered punched borders and I just LOVE the look but for some reason I was never successful in making it look right - until I made this card!!! Putting the little bit of space in between was just what I needed to do! I have a friend who’s going through some serious health issues that’s been ongoing for over a year and I wanted to cheer her up a bit. So I found some scraps and a couple of fun punches and had some fun.
Then I used some of the cut-away pieces on the inside...
I hope you've enjoyed this card today! This is a GREAT way to use up those scraps and will work for any theme, occasion or whatever! It all depends on what punches and papers you use!
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