Circle Cutter-

Punch 305

Hold Your Breath!

As you know, I LOVE to make things easy and simple.  While this page LOOKS complicated, it’s really quite easy to create these fabulous elements!  That’s the beauty of the Kreaxions 4-in-1 punches! This page is a scraplift from a Kelly Goree page.  The pictures are my two oldest grandchildren doing the breath holding test at Sea World last summer.

  Hold Your Breath R1

Materials – Patterned Papers – Basic Grey, Fancy Pants; Letter Stickers – Basic Grey; Fish Die cut, Epoxy Stickers – Creative Imaginations; Pen – Sharpie; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions; Inks – Colorbox

I used the AWESOME Kreaxions Circle Cutter to create the three circles at the top.  Then I used Kreaxions 4-in-1 Punch #305 to create the three borders and the corners. 

  Hold Your Breath Close-Up 1

Hold Your Breath Close-Up 2

The top two borders were created using the punch without a template.  The top border is the cut-away part of the middle border.  The bottom border was created using Template A.  Finally, to create the corners I just punched four pieces without a template and used the curved pieces.  I outlined everything with my trusty fine point Sharpie to make it stand out. 

So really all I did was cut 3 circles, punch 2 borders and then punch 4 corners!  See?  Easy and simple but looks complicated!  So I challenge you to see what pages and cards YOU can create using these easy and simple ideas!

Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

7 thoughts on “Hold Your Breath!

  1. wendyp81

    Fabulous work Ginni! Love the design of the layout and of course I love that amazing punched border!

  2. Jasmine

    Ginni, Great layout, cute pictures…I love how you outlined everything…it really makes the punches POP! Will definitely be doing this! Thank you, thank you!
    Jazz

  3. Barbara Lochridge

    Beautiful layout!! Love how you made that beautiful punching pop with the sharpie!!

  4. Linda Beeson

    The punched borders are such a neat accent and so pretty.

  5. Bev

    Ginni.. love this one.. amazing title with punch work top and bottom.. and the outlining is so teadious but looks amazing.. fabulous page

  6. Lisa Moen

    Wonderful page Ginni! Love all the punching!

  7. Lucy Chesna

    Fabulous Work…love the design

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 305

Hold Your Breath!

As you know, I LOVE to make things easy and simple.  While this page LOOKS complicated, it’s really quite easy to create these fabulous elements!  That’s the beauty of the Kreaxions 4-in-1 punches! This page is a scraplift from a Kelly Goree page.  The pictures are my two oldest grandchildren doing the breath holding test at Sea World last summer.

  Hold Your Breath R1

Materials – Patterned Papers – Basic Grey, Fancy Pants; Letter Stickers – Basic Grey; Fish Die cut, Epoxy Stickers – Creative Imaginations; Pen – Sharpie; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions; Inks – Colorbox

I used the AWESOME Kreaxions Circle Cutter to create the three circles at the top.  Then I used Kreaxions 4-in-1 Punch #305 to create the three borders and the corners. 

  Hold Your Breath Close-Up 1

Hold Your Breath Close-Up 2

The top two borders were created using the punch without a template.  The top border is the cut-away part of the middle border.  The bottom border was created using Template A.  Finally, to create the corners I just punched four pieces without a template and used the curved pieces.  I outlined everything with my trusty fine point Sharpie to make it stand out. 

So really all I did was cut 3 circles, punch 2 borders and then punch 4 corners!  See?  Easy and simple but looks complicated!  So I challenge you to see what pages and cards YOU can create using these easy and simple ideas!

Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

7 thoughts on “Hold Your Breath!

  1. wendyp81

    Fabulous work Ginni! Love the design of the layout and of course I love that amazing punched border!

  2. Jasmine

    Ginni, Great layout, cute pictures…I love how you outlined everything…it really makes the punches POP! Will definitely be doing this! Thank you, thank you!
    Jazz

  3. Barbara Lochridge

    Beautiful layout!! Love how you made that beautiful punching pop with the sharpie!!

  4. Linda Beeson

    The punched borders are such a neat accent and so pretty.

  5. Bev

    Ginni.. love this one.. amazing title with punch work top and bottom.. and the outlining is so teadious but looks amazing.. fabulous page

  6. Lisa Moen

    Wonderful page Ginni! Love all the punching!

  7. Lucy Chesna

    Fabulous Work…love the design

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