Punch 906

Assorted cards

Good morning, Stephanie here with a look at punch 906.  Have you ever tried to see what exactly you can create with the 4-in-1 punches?  Well, for this post, that is exactly what I did.  4 different cards created 4 ways.

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My Thank you card uses punch 906 as a border (no inserts).  In punching the border, I was able to easily seperate the 2 pieces and use both on my card.  To make each border stand out, I lightly inked the edges.  I love this effect.

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This Thanks Card uses the "A" insert.  This allowed me to create a really fun triangular punched border which I punched from 2 different papers.

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This Hello card uses the "B" insert.  I first cut the mat to fit my card front then used the punch on the edges.  I then cut my yellow paper and slipped it under the punched edges.  I can also see using this punch on a photo mat and just slipping the photo underneath.

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This Mother's Day card uses the "C" insert.  It's a wider insert and cuts off the tip, providing a really nice looking scalloped edge.

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So next time you get a new punch, see what different looks you can achieve with each insert.

Happy Scrappin'

7 thoughts on “Assorted cards

  1. Bev Code

    fabulous cards.. great way to showcase what the 4 in 1 can do.. great job and beautiful work

  2. Barbara Bruder

    I really love your cards. I like the fact that the punches give 4 different looks.

  3. Lisa Spiegel

    Great examples! These punches are so versatile!

  4. Valerie Bishop

    What pretty cards!! I love how you showed the different way that 1 punch can be used!!

  5. wendyp

    Love seeing all the different uses for 1 punch! Fabulous job Steph!!!

  6. Linda Beeson

    I have had so much fun experimenting with my punches and you have challenged me to do even more! LOVE the ideas.

  7. Gina

    what fun cards!!! Great job showcasing the punch.

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Punch 906

Assorted cards

Good morning, Stephanie here with a look at punch 906.  Have you ever tried to see what exactly you can create with the 4-in-1 punches?  Well, for this post, that is exactly what I did.  4 different cards created 4 ways.

IMG_7071_3076_edited-1

 IMG_7150_3174_edited-1

My Thank you card uses punch 906 as a border (no inserts).  In punching the border, I was able to easily seperate the 2 pieces and use both on my card.  To make each border stand out, I lightly inked the edges.  I love this effect.

IMG_7072_3077_edited-1 

This Thanks Card uses the "A" insert.  This allowed me to create a really fun triangular punched border which I punched from 2 different papers.

IMG_7073_3078_edited-1 

This Hello card uses the "B" insert.  I first cut the mat to fit my card front then used the punch on the edges.  I then cut my yellow paper and slipped it under the punched edges.  I can also see using this punch on a photo mat and just slipping the photo underneath.

IMG_7074_3079_edited-1 

This Mother's Day card uses the "C" insert.  It's a wider insert and cuts off the tip, providing a really nice looking scalloped edge.

IMG_7150_3174_edited-1

So next time you get a new punch, see what different looks you can achieve with each insert.

Happy Scrappin'

7 thoughts on “Assorted cards

  1. Bev Code

    fabulous cards.. great way to showcase what the 4 in 1 can do.. great job and beautiful work

  2. Barbara Bruder

    I really love your cards. I like the fact that the punches give 4 different looks.

  3. Lisa Spiegel

    Great examples! These punches are so versatile!

  4. Valerie Bishop

    What pretty cards!! I love how you showed the different way that 1 punch can be used!!

  5. wendyp

    Love seeing all the different uses for 1 punch! Fabulous job Steph!!!

  6. Linda Beeson

    I have had so much fun experimenting with my punches and you have challenged me to do even more! LOVE the ideas.

  7. Gina

    what fun cards!!! Great job showcasing the punch.

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Your email address will not be published.