For this page I got out my “messy” supplies, dug into my stash for some flowers, used a die I have not used in a long time and used one of my new 4 in 1 Kreaxions punches - #303. I randomly punched the edges of my cardstock using the punch with no insert. I love the special effect the punched edges gave this page.
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Todays project uses Punch #909 on layers of black and white cardstock.
~ Non-Essential ~
For the top strip of black cardstock I used Insert A and punched both edges of the strip while off-setting the images. For the layer of white paper I punched the edge without inserts and trimmed off the negative piece. For the lower layer of black paper I punched the design and left the negative piece for a paperclip affect.
Yes, it's Jackie here again today. Today I am focusing on Kreaxions punch #310.
I used the star template and the punch with insert A to create the doily on the bottom. I used the Circle cutter, then used Stencil A and the punch without any insert to create the doily on the upper right. The circle on the upper left is the negative from that doily. I used the punch with insert C to create the corners on the patterned paper. I used MME papers, the fiber is unknown, the chipboard is from the dollar store and so are the buttons.
Easter of 2014 we spent at my parent's house and we had our annual egg hunt at the Club. There were 3 different areas for hunts based on age, and my kids were in two of them. They all had such a haul of eggs that we will have candy for the next year!!
I did tons of layering with strips of paper, ribbon, and lots of bits and bobs of embellishments.
I used a variety of punches (905, 907, and 920) from Just Imagine using the A border punch insert. Some I punched on both sides of the paper strip, some I randomly punched, and some I just punched one side.
Today I am showing you a card I made using Punch #920. It is called "Special Star" and it worked perfectly on the card and I backed it using a solid sheet of paper to show through the Star.
This is a picture of the whole card and here is a pic of the "Special Star" punch #920.
You can see how the "Peek-a-Boo"technique works on this card. I actually used 3 scraps of paper and one of them I used the punch and made sure I backed it with the brightest color so it would show through. I used Pebbles Paper, Jillibean Soup corrugated butterfly and words.
hello! Ginni here with a page about my youngest grandson Garrett last summer. No matter how many times his mom said “Garrett pull up your pants!” he just couldn’t keep them up! It was one of those things that just kept presenting itself and I just HAD to take a pic and scrap it!
There was a challenge on the Turtle Soup Forum to frame something on your project. So I created a photo frame by cutting a 5x7 piece of paper and then punched my 4 corners with Kreaxions Punch #304 with Template B. I used the same punch with Template A around the frame and cut out the center for the photo. I also used Kreaxions Punch #304 with no template to create the border in the middle. The beauty of this technique is that you can create a frame using ANY of the Kreaxions 4-in-1 punches! Just think of the possibilities!!!
Then I placed the cut-away piece at the bottom. I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to make all the circles. The cream and brown papers behind the punched areas show the punched shapes off better.
Materials – Sketch – Kristine Davidson; Patterned Papers – Bo Bunny, Fancy Pants; Circle, Number and Word Stickers – Echo Park; Pens – Infinity, Sakura Gel Roll; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions; Punch – Kreaxions #304 with Templates A and B.
The circle cutter is easy to use. You turn the paper instead of the cutter. For cutting circles from photographs, there is a small white disk in the handle. Put the point on it and turn the photograph, not the cutter. These are available in inches only now..we no longer make the cm version..don't forget your spare blades!
Paper: Paper House Night Out paper pad PP-0802 Cardstock: misc Punch: Kreaxions #303 Accents: Creative Embellishments, Little Yellow Bicycle sticker Pen: Staedtler black Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger Stickles: Ranger