With Valentine’s Day just around the corner there’s lots of love in the air. So I thought I would feature the Kreaxions 4-in-1 Punch #917. It is a fun punch that can be used many different ways! So here’s a couple of ideas on how to add just that little touch of love to your projects.
On this card I simply added a few little hearts but with the darker color they really shine!
Sketch by Lucy Chesna; Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Papers – GCD Studios; Heart Punch – Kreaxions #917; Flowers – Prima; Pen – Sakura Gel Roll; Ink – Colorbox; Rhinestones – Queen & Company, Unknown
Our very own Bev Code does the most AMAZING tutorials and she did one showing how to make these boxes for My Sketch World’s blog. They are simple and easy and FUN to make! But they are even MORE fun to decorate! I started making one for a February guest design team project at My Scraps and More. But I couldn’t stop making them! So here are the two that I can share now… The rest will be posted on my blog after February 15…
First is a top border of hearts using Template A…
And finally this box has a very subtle border around the edges backed with red cardstock again using Template A…
I used my Cricut to cut the heart and “I Love You” die cuts. Also on the “I Love You” I used the Cricut pens to outline first.
Patterned Paper – My Mind’s Eye; Cardstock – American Crafts; Felt Heart Ribbon – Michaels; Heart Stickers – K & Company; Eyelet – Making Memories; Letter Stickers – Stampendous; Die Cuts – Cricut; Pens – Sakura Gel Roll, Omni Gel; Ink – Colorbox; Ribbon – CTMH; Stickles – Ranger
Would you like to make your OWN gift boxes??? Here’s the link to the tutorial on the My Sketch World blog. There’s also an instruction sheet with measurements and cutting guides to download. Bev's Gift Box Tutorial
So when you begin to create your Valentines Day or love themed projects, reach for Kreaxions Punch #917 and add some wonderful love to your project!
Happy Punching! Ginni Gass