Circle Cutter-

Punch 304-

Tutorials

Fantastic Friday

Hello Everyone

My name is Lucy and so excited this is my first post here at the blog as designer 🙂

It was alot of fun using some of the punches I recieved in my DT box especially the circle cutter. Holy Spinach Batman! I love it and its my new friend.

In this layout I used my BF Kreaxions Circle Cutter and the flower was created using Kreaxions 304 Punch using insert C. I also added a tutorial on how I made the flower.

Simplybeautiful

Simpy Beautiful by Lucy Chesna Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper, Stickers and Die-Cuts: Echo Park; Letters: American Crafts; Flouris: Zva Creative; Ink: Ranger; Punch: Kreaxions 304; Tool: Kreaxions Circle Cutter

Close Up

Simplybeautifulcloseup

Step by Step Tutorial by Lucy Chesna

Cornerpunchflower (2)
Cornerpunchflower (3)
Cornerpunchflower (4)
Step One:
Cut 4 squares out of patterned paper or cardstock(4 x 4, 3 1/2 x 3 1/2, 3 x 3 and 2 1/2 x 2 1/2), punch the corners of each square.

Cornerpunchflower (5)
Cornerpunchflower (6)
Cornerpunchflower (7)
Step Two:
Fold each square to create four small squares on the paper; then cut at the score part byt leave 1/4 inch before the center.

Cornerpunchflower (8)
Cornerpunchflower (9)
Cornerpunchflower (10)
Cornerpunchflower (12)
Step Three:
Take one side of the square and fold it in to create a kit like shape and you want to repeat that on the other side. You want to do that to all the squares and they will look like the picture above.

Cornerpunchflower (13)
Cornerpunchflower (14)
Cornerpunchflower (15)
Step Four:
Assemble the pieces starting with the largest one and work up; punch a small hole in the middle and attach a brad to keep it all together. You can add a smaller brad so you can another kind of embellishment in the middle like bling.

Its alot of fun and you can any punch for this tutorial.

Thanks and Happy Scrapping

Lucy Chesna

9 thoughts on “Fantastic Friday

  1. Lisa Moen

    Fabulous flower Lucy and beautiful page!

  2. Jasmine

    Great page, Lucy! The flower is beautiful and I love the step by step! Thanks
    Jasmine

  3. toni

    gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous flower, girl.

  4. Bev

    fabulous first post Lucy… congrats and so glad your here. amazing job with circle cutter and the flower punched with tutorial is great..

  5. Linda Beeson

    Isn’t that circle cutter the best!!! I am so glad you showed how to make those wonderful flowers.

  6. GinniG

    Lucy, WELCOME!!! It’s so GREAT to have you here with us! And what a FABULOUS page you created! The Kreaxions Circle Cutter is the BEST! And the flower you created with the punch is AWESOME!!! LOVE the tutorial!!!

  7. Leslie Foley

    I love your flower, really good idea. thanks

  8. Lisa

    LOVE those flowers, I’ve got to make those! Thanks for a great tutorial!

  9. Jan

    Gorgeous girl, gorgeous layout and such a great tutorial on a beautiful flower!

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 304-

Tutorials

Fantastic Friday

Hello Everyone

My name is Lucy and so excited this is my first post here at the blog as designer 🙂

It was alot of fun using some of the punches I recieved in my DT box especially the circle cutter. Holy Spinach Batman! I love it and its my new friend.

In this layout I used my BF Kreaxions Circle Cutter and the flower was created using Kreaxions 304 Punch using insert C. I also added a tutorial on how I made the flower.

Simplybeautiful

Simpy Beautiful by Lucy Chesna Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper, Stickers and Die-Cuts: Echo Park; Letters: American Crafts; Flouris: Zva Creative; Ink: Ranger; Punch: Kreaxions 304; Tool: Kreaxions Circle Cutter

Close Up

Simplybeautifulcloseup

Step by Step Tutorial by Lucy Chesna

Cornerpunchflower (2)
Cornerpunchflower (3)
Cornerpunchflower (4)
Step One:
Cut 4 squares out of patterned paper or cardstock(4 x 4, 3 1/2 x 3 1/2, 3 x 3 and 2 1/2 x 2 1/2), punch the corners of each square.

Cornerpunchflower (5)
Cornerpunchflower (6)
Cornerpunchflower (7)
Step Two:
Fold each square to create four small squares on the paper; then cut at the score part byt leave 1/4 inch before the center.

Cornerpunchflower (8)
Cornerpunchflower (9)
Cornerpunchflower (10)
Cornerpunchflower (12)
Step Three:
Take one side of the square and fold it in to create a kit like shape and you want to repeat that on the other side. You want to do that to all the squares and they will look like the picture above.

Cornerpunchflower (13)
Cornerpunchflower (14)
Cornerpunchflower (15)
Step Four:
Assemble the pieces starting with the largest one and work up; punch a small hole in the middle and attach a brad to keep it all together. You can add a smaller brad so you can another kind of embellishment in the middle like bling.

Its alot of fun and you can any punch for this tutorial.

Thanks and Happy Scrapping

Lucy Chesna

9 thoughts on “Fantastic Friday

  1. Lisa Moen

    Fabulous flower Lucy and beautiful page!

  2. Jasmine

    Great page, Lucy! The flower is beautiful and I love the step by step! Thanks
    Jasmine

  3. toni

    gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous flower, girl.

  4. Bev

    fabulous first post Lucy… congrats and so glad your here. amazing job with circle cutter and the flower punched with tutorial is great..

  5. Linda Beeson

    Isn’t that circle cutter the best!!! I am so glad you showed how to make those wonderful flowers.

  6. GinniG

    Lucy, WELCOME!!! It’s so GREAT to have you here with us! And what a FABULOUS page you created! The Kreaxions Circle Cutter is the BEST! And the flower you created with the punch is AWESOME!!! LOVE the tutorial!!!

  7. Leslie Foley

    I love your flower, really good idea. thanks

  8. Lisa

    LOVE those flowers, I’ve got to make those! Thanks for a great tutorial!

  9. Jan

    Gorgeous girl, gorgeous layout and such a great tutorial on a beautiful flower!

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