Circle Cutter-

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Circle Cutter Fun

Today I’m featuring the Kreaxions Circle Cutter.  Did you know that there’s a special piece to cut pictures hidden in your Kreaxions Circle Cutter?  It might take a TINY bit of practice but once you’ve tried it you’ll LOVE it!  On the back of your Kreaxions Circle Cutter is a long white tab…

Circle Cutter for Pictures 1

Lift up this tab and you’ll see 3 things.  Extra blades, pencil inserts (replace your blade with these to DRAW rather than cut your circles!) and a little white round plastic piece.

Circle Cutter for Pictures 2

That little white round disk is to protect your photos from the sharp pointed blade used to balance your circle cutter when you cut!  Simply put the disk (raised side towards your picture) on the bottom of your center point as shown below, hold down just a bit more firmly than when you’re cutting your papers (thus the extra practice) and cut as you normally would!  Easy peasey! 

Circle Cutter for Pictures 3

I used my final page to demonstrate this technique here because it shows up so much better.  When you cut your photo however, you’ll want it to be flat on the cutting mat just like you would normally cut your circles. 

And here’s my finished page!   My DD had emptied the tub but Garrett wouldn’t get out because he wanted to keep playing.  LOL!  I painted my chipboard circles and covered them with Crystal Lacquer.  I also got creative with my title letters.  The E was a B, the Y was an X and both of the Os were Qs!  Since I had duplicate pictures I took one and cut it into a smaller circle then popped it directly over the other picture.  Then I used my pen to roughly outline the popped picture so it would stand out more.  And using the Kreaxions Circle Cutter I cut my patterned paper and cardstock to create a large matted circle element for the page.

Time to Dry Off R1
The sketch is by Kristine Davidson for the My Scraps & More Got Talent II Contest.

Materials – Patterned papers, Stickers – Echo Park’s “Pride and Joy” mini kit; Cardstock – Bazzill; Pen – Sakura Gel Roll; Ink – CTMH; Duck – EK Success; Brads – Recollections; Chipboard – Unknown; Paint – Making Memories; Crystal Lacquer

I hope this has inspired you to try new things with YOUR Kreaxions Circle Cutter!  Happy Circle Cutting!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

 

5 thoughts on “Circle Cutter Fun

  1. Lisa Moen

    Super cute page Ginni!

  2. Jasmine

    Adorable, Ginni! Love that circle cutter…amazingly easy! {I am ‘playing’ around with mine today!!}
    Jazz

  3. Bev Code

    adorable and too cute page and great use of Kreaxions with details.. thanks Ginni

  4. Lisa

    This is so cute! I always forget I can draw with the tool too!

  5. Lucy Chesna

    love the layout

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Circle Cutter-

Tutorials

Circle Cutter Fun

Today I’m featuring the Kreaxions Circle Cutter.  Did you know that there’s a special piece to cut pictures hidden in your Kreaxions Circle Cutter?  It might take a TINY bit of practice but once you’ve tried it you’ll LOVE it!  On the back of your Kreaxions Circle Cutter is a long white tab…

Circle Cutter for Pictures 1

Lift up this tab and you’ll see 3 things.  Extra blades, pencil inserts (replace your blade with these to DRAW rather than cut your circles!) and a little white round plastic piece.

Circle Cutter for Pictures 2

That little white round disk is to protect your photos from the sharp pointed blade used to balance your circle cutter when you cut!  Simply put the disk (raised side towards your picture) on the bottom of your center point as shown below, hold down just a bit more firmly than when you’re cutting your papers (thus the extra practice) and cut as you normally would!  Easy peasey! 

Circle Cutter for Pictures 3

I used my final page to demonstrate this technique here because it shows up so much better.  When you cut your photo however, you’ll want it to be flat on the cutting mat just like you would normally cut your circles. 

And here’s my finished page!   My DD had emptied the tub but Garrett wouldn’t get out because he wanted to keep playing.  LOL!  I painted my chipboard circles and covered them with Crystal Lacquer.  I also got creative with my title letters.  The E was a B, the Y was an X and both of the Os were Qs!  Since I had duplicate pictures I took one and cut it into a smaller circle then popped it directly over the other picture.  Then I used my pen to roughly outline the popped picture so it would stand out more.  And using the Kreaxions Circle Cutter I cut my patterned paper and cardstock to create a large matted circle element for the page.

Time to Dry Off R1
The sketch is by Kristine Davidson for the My Scraps & More Got Talent II Contest.

Materials – Patterned papers, Stickers – Echo Park’s “Pride and Joy” mini kit; Cardstock – Bazzill; Pen – Sakura Gel Roll; Ink – CTMH; Duck – EK Success; Brads – Recollections; Chipboard – Unknown; Paint – Making Memories; Crystal Lacquer

I hope this has inspired you to try new things with YOUR Kreaxions Circle Cutter!  Happy Circle Cutting!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

 

5 thoughts on “Circle Cutter Fun

  1. Lisa Moen

    Super cute page Ginni!

  2. Jasmine

    Adorable, Ginni! Love that circle cutter…amazingly easy! {I am ‘playing’ around with mine today!!}
    Jazz

  3. Bev Code

    adorable and too cute page and great use of Kreaxions with details.. thanks Ginni

  4. Lisa

    This is so cute! I always forget I can draw with the tool too!

  5. Lucy Chesna

    love the layout

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