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Adapting a Sketch to Fit Your Needs and Your Punches

Sometimes I like to play with sketches. But, did you ever notice that when sketches include borders they are usually scallops? Of course, a sketch is just a starting point and so if you want a different border, you go for it!

I found this sketch based on a layout by Vee Jennings on Studio Calico's blog: New-look

I loved all the borders, but wanted to spice them up a bit and use my Kreaxions 306 Punch. Rk swim

So, I punched a border for the right hand side of the layout using the border guide, then used the small flowers that punched out to make the interior border. 

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For the photo corners represented in the sketch, I simply cut a 2" square in half into triangles and used the same punch with the same punch guides.

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I added a punched out piece from a corner I punched from another project for the photo corners and some Enamel Accents for all the flower centers.

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I hope you too will user your Kreaxions punches the next time you are working with a sketch! Have a great weekend!

🙂 Rebecca

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Adapting a Sketch to Fit Your Needs and Your Punches

  1. Stacy Rodriguez

    Rebecca loving your layout and the flowers look fabulous on the side of the pic 🙂

  2. Stacy Rodriguez

    Rebecca loving your layout and the flowers look fabulous on the side of the pic 🙂

  3. Bev

    Rebecca.. really cute layout great job with the sketch and using the Kreaxions punches to finish it off..great job.

  4. Deb L

    I love the color contrast between the pink and turquoise on this LO.

  5. stephanie

    Love all the flowers and brads along the strips.

  6. stephanie

    Love all the flowers and brads along the strips.

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