Punch 311-

Punch 312

Double Border

As you know we received new punches from Kreaxions this week and let me tell you they are AWESOME!!!  I couldn’t wait to play with mine!  And when I saw Barbara’s punched border using Punch #311 with the ribbon I just KNEW I had to try it!  So I decided to put a different twist on mine.  Instead of ribbon, I threaded a ¼” wide piece of CARDSTOCK!  I just LOVE the way it looks!  And to have even more fun I added another double border with Punch #312 and Template A.  Because I used double-sided patterned paper, I had some snowflakes left over which I used at the bottom of my tree and for the star at the top of the tree.  I added a tag and a couple of holly stickers, wrote my sentiment and added some bling and I’ve got a head start on my Christmas cards!  This technique was simple and quick and yet I just LOVE the way it looks!

  Merry Christmas Card 2r

Materials – Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Paper – Echo Park, Flair Designs; Tag, Tree Die Cut – SEI; Stickers – EK Success; Rhinestones – Recollections; Stickles – Ranger; Pen – Sharpie

5 thoughts on “Double Border

  1. wendyp

    i am loving that punch!!! Beautiful Christmas card!

  2. Bev

    The borders are perfect for the tree. Your use of small pieces amazes me… beautiful xmas card.. and love the new punch

  3. steph

    What a great idea, love this punch.

  4. Linda Beeson

    What a great idea and it is beautiful!

  5. Barbara Bruder

    Great idea and I never gave the paper instead of ribbon a thought. This is by far my fav punch so far. Ah but I have more new ones to play with yet.(LOL) Thanks for showing how you used this great punch.

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Punch 311-

Punch 312

Double Border

As you know we received new punches from Kreaxions this week and let me tell you they are AWESOME!!!  I couldn’t wait to play with mine!  And when I saw Barbara’s punched border using Punch #311 with the ribbon I just KNEW I had to try it!  So I decided to put a different twist on mine.  Instead of ribbon, I threaded a ¼” wide piece of CARDSTOCK!  I just LOVE the way it looks!  And to have even more fun I added another double border with Punch #312 and Template A.  Because I used double-sided patterned paper, I had some snowflakes left over which I used at the bottom of my tree and for the star at the top of the tree.  I added a tag and a couple of holly stickers, wrote my sentiment and added some bling and I’ve got a head start on my Christmas cards!  This technique was simple and quick and yet I just LOVE the way it looks!

  Merry Christmas Card 2r

Materials – Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Paper – Echo Park, Flair Designs; Tag, Tree Die Cut – SEI; Stickers – EK Success; Rhinestones – Recollections; Stickles – Ranger; Pen – Sharpie

5 thoughts on “Double Border

  1. wendyp

    i am loving that punch!!! Beautiful Christmas card!

  2. Bev

    The borders are perfect for the tree. Your use of small pieces amazes me… beautiful xmas card.. and love the new punch

  3. steph

    What a great idea, love this punch.

  4. Linda Beeson

    What a great idea and it is beautiful!

  5. Barbara Bruder

    Great idea and I never gave the paper instead of ribbon a thought. This is by far my fav punch so far. Ah but I have more new ones to play with yet.(LOL) Thanks for showing how you used this great punch.

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