Hi Bev here today with this fun card.. layers of doilies to form a super cute gown with amazing punched layers.. .. all mated to show the details of the punch and gives it the lacey look too.
Using the star template I punched to layers to start the dress with punch # 303.
You start by cutting the 1st doiley to form a neck line and thin waistline and start into the flowing lower part of the dress. The 2nd doily is used to add length to the skirt section.
You just cut using trail and error to shape the bodice and start the skirt lines.
I then cut 2 more doilies punching this time with #302 and matting them the same. These 2 I layered slightly off centre and lower. Love the layered lacey look of the flowing skirt of the dress. Really easy after you have the doilies all punched first.
I used fun pearl accents, borders, a SRM floral sticker and also punched 2 more corner accents using punch # 303 and mated them also.
Thanks for stopping by today.. I enjoyed sharing with you today.
Here are some of the products I used and they are linked to
Sometimes it's fun to frame your photos rather than matting them. These pictures were so unusual and fun that I wanted to do something just as fun.
So I took Kreaxions Punch #912 with Template A and punched a row across my paper. After punching the border, I cut trimmed it
and matted it on another patterned paper.
I used a stitching stamp to outline all the papers and then added some Stickles to enhance the punched
Here's a close up -
And the punch I used -
So go have some fun this summer and pull out your favorite Kreaxions 4-in-1 punch and create your own fun frames! Happy Punching! Ginni Gass
Hi everyone.. hope everyone's weekend was great. I spent mine doing a lot of cleaning and eating so basically it was a lazy weekend. lol For today I created a card with Magnolia and Kreaxion 305 punch I used the punch to add an outside border by sliding the piece under the slit the punch makes.
You can see what I am talking about through the picture. Is it me or does this punch look like tiny little faces?! I can see the eyeballs and the nose... lol
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Hi.. Vicki here for my last project (boy that month went fast!!) I once again used my Kreaxions #923 punch. I love the detail on this punch. I punched some inked book paper with just the squared cross section and then cut out the square with some fine scissors. I scattered the squares like confetti. For around my photo I used punch Kreaxions #905 on the corners to make a pretty frame. It's been such a pleasure playing with these punches, thank you for the great opportunity!
Divide squares into 2 groups of 20, for the front and back of the album. Divide the squares for the back of the album into two groups of 9. The final two squares will be for the ends. Fold ribbon in half and mark the middle.
Beginning at the middle of the ribbon sew the first group of 9 squares for the back onto the center of the ribbon leaving 1/2 inch of space between. Sew the front end of the album on as shown in the photo below.
Repeat Step 2, sewing the back end of the album on as shown in the photo below.
Add title and embellishments to each end of the album.
Kreaxions Punch #604, #901, #917
Add Journaling cards, brads, and die-cut embellishments to the squares sewn to the ribbon.
Kreaxions Punch #304, #901, #915
Kreaxions Punch #919
Kreaxions Punch #901, #924
Kreaxions Punch #604, #901, #307
Kreaxions Punch #304, #606, #901, #917
Kreaxions Punch #604, #917
Adhere photos to group of 20 squares, reserved for the front of the album. Adhere squares to prepared album, sandwhich ribbon inbetween. 4x6 photos can be cropped and split between two squares.
Fold book, accordion style, begin with the first page. Tie ribbon, slip into box.
Instructions for the altered tea box can be found on the SWAT blog (here).
Hi .. Bev here this week.. sharing a sleeping baby page. I dug into my baby stash for this one.. everything from papers to accents of all kinds... and even star rub ons.
I used this sketch from Cookin' Up Creations #11 and the twist was to use a photo of a sleeping baby.
Some pages just need a helping hand.. this title was so huge it needed to have some extra base support.... So I added the ring circle cut with Kreaxions Circle Cutter... and when I punched the photo corners to soften the dark photos... I felt that the background paper needed softer corners too so I punched with Kreaxions #307. Only 2 small things but they made the world of difference on the finished page.
So glad you could stop by today.. so until next time...
Lisa here today, to share a layout I made using the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch #905 with insert A and punched all around my page by lining up the edge of the previous punched area with the edge of the punch. Once I had it punched, I backed it with pink cardstock to make it stand out even more:
is a two-pager about the boat trip Steve and I took while we were in Alaska
last summer. At one point he pretty much
made me drive the boat which I was NOT comfortable with but made for great
I used Kreaxions Punch #906
for the corner pieces and Kreaxions #915 for the flowery design which was
created with the Kreaxions Star Template and matted with black cardstock cut in the star shape but not punched.
I dropped Glimmer Mist all over the background and used silver Alcohol
Ink to outline some pieces of the page.
I’ve had this handmade patterned paper for years! Here's a close-up of the star -
And here are the tools I used to create these pages...
I hope this inspires you to be brave and try the Star Template yourself! Happy Punching! Ginni Gass