Circle Cutter-

Punch 304-

Punch 306

Banners of Love

  For this card I have used Kreaxions 4in1 Punch #304 and Punch #306  {both insert C}, to create these lovely, little banners…and today, I am going to share this {easy} technique!

BannerCard1
STEP ONE: Cut a 2"x2" Square

BannerStep1
STEP TWO: Punch opposite corners using Corner Punch {INSERT C}

BannerStep2
STEP THREE: Score a line from UNPUNCHED corner to UNPUNCHED corner and fold along line

BannerStep3
STEP FOUR: Cut UNPUNCHED sides off of paper {only the left side has been cut in the picture below, but you do need to cut both sides}

BannerStep4
STEP FIVE: Really isn't a step, just the finished product! {I am showing a couple of different punches, as well}

BannerStep5

{Crooked Easel Card}

I laced the banner together using some twine and added a small staple at the top of each flag to hold in place {then just attached to the card using adhesive}, because these are folded, they flap just like real flags – adding some nice dimension! I also used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter ,cutting a small circle in the printed and blue papers, then attaching the negative area to the bottom part of the card. 
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{Detail Shot}

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Happy Wednesday, all!

-Jazz-

5 thoughts on “Banners of Love

  1. GinniG

    Very clever Jazz!!! I love the technique and your card totally ROCKS!!!

  2. Lisa Moen

    Love it! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  3. Bev Code

    love the punched banner.. really cute card colour and design.

  4. Lisa

    Great card Jazz! The tutorial is awesome and I love the card.

  5. Lucy Chesna

    love the design and great banner

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 304-

Punch 306

Banners of Love

  For this card I have used Kreaxions 4in1 Punch #304 and Punch #306  {both insert C}, to create these lovely, little banners…and today, I am going to share this {easy} technique!

BannerCard1
STEP ONE: Cut a 2"x2" Square

BannerStep1
STEP TWO: Punch opposite corners using Corner Punch {INSERT C}

BannerStep2
STEP THREE: Score a line from UNPUNCHED corner to UNPUNCHED corner and fold along line

BannerStep3
STEP FOUR: Cut UNPUNCHED sides off of paper {only the left side has been cut in the picture below, but you do need to cut both sides}

BannerStep4
STEP FIVE: Really isn't a step, just the finished product! {I am showing a couple of different punches, as well}

BannerStep5

{Crooked Easel Card}

I laced the banner together using some twine and added a small staple at the top of each flag to hold in place {then just attached to the card using adhesive}, because these are folded, they flap just like real flags – adding some nice dimension! I also used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter ,cutting a small circle in the printed and blue papers, then attaching the negative area to the bottom part of the card. 
100_0773
{Detail Shot}

100_0777
Happy Wednesday, all!

-Jazz-

5 thoughts on “Banners of Love

  1. GinniG

    Very clever Jazz!!! I love the technique and your card totally ROCKS!!!

  2. Lisa Moen

    Love it! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  3. Bev Code

    love the punched banner.. really cute card colour and design.

  4. Lisa

    Great card Jazz! The tutorial is awesome and I love the card.

  5. Lucy Chesna

    love the design and great banner

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