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Just a Clean and Simple Retake

Charity here with a Purple Passion of a layout to showcase. It seems like punches, both the border and corner variety, are rarely used by the Clean and Simple crowd. Today I want to show you exactly why you NEED the Kreaxions 4 in 1 punches, and circle cutter no matter what your style.

~ RETAKE ~

Retake

To begin this layout I turned my Circle Cutter into a circle tracer (a pencil lead is included in the compartment that holds the extra blades). I lightly traced three circles onto my background then stitched over the lines. Next I added just a touch of mist splatter and plopped my photo down. I added punch confetti from a previous project and a snappy title. The page was still missing something so I turned to embossing.

Retake - Copy
I used Punch # 919 with insert A to make a mask. I laid my mask onto the layout and applied a heavy coat of embossing ink over the top. After carefully lifting the mask I dusted the image with embossing powder and heated as usual. To finish it all off I added Stickles throughout.

The green shamrocks on either side of the photo, the green arrows pointing to the offending face-maker, as well as the embossed shamrocks beneath the photo were made use the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch # 919.

Hoekpons_919
 The stitched circles were traced with the Kreaxions Circle Cutter.

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Please stop by my blog, Scrappin' Chaos to leave me a comment and follow along. I'd love to get to know you. 

~charity~ 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Just a Clean and Simple Retake

  1. Bev Code

    that is really too cool Charity.. love the colour combo too.. and great use of the pieces .. fabulous page

  2. Lisa M.

    Cute pic Charity, i have a face maker in my family too! Love the circles and embossing!

  3. jan tatomir

    Awesome layout and fabulous ideas with the punch and circle cutter, Charity!

  4. GinniG

    WOW Charity! Embossing the pieces was GENIUS! LOVE the colors and the penciled and stitched circles!

  5. Joan

    Cute lo and I love the embossing idea!

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Uncategorized

Just a Clean and Simple Retake

Charity here with a Purple Passion of a layout to showcase. It seems like punches, both the border and corner variety, are rarely used by the Clean and Simple crowd. Today I want to show you exactly why you NEED the Kreaxions 4 in 1 punches, and circle cutter no matter what your style.

~ RETAKE ~

Retake

To begin this layout I turned my Circle Cutter into a circle tracer (a pencil lead is included in the compartment that holds the extra blades). I lightly traced three circles onto my background then stitched over the lines. Next I added just a touch of mist splatter and plopped my photo down. I added punch confetti from a previous project and a snappy title. The page was still missing something so I turned to embossing.

Retake - Copy
I used Punch # 919 with insert A to make a mask. I laid my mask onto the layout and applied a heavy coat of embossing ink over the top. After carefully lifting the mask I dusted the image with embossing powder and heated as usual. To finish it all off I added Stickles throughout.

The green shamrocks on either side of the photo, the green arrows pointing to the offending face-maker, as well as the embossed shamrocks beneath the photo were made use the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch # 919.

Hoekpons_919
 The stitched circles were traced with the Kreaxions Circle Cutter.

Untitled

Please stop by my blog, Scrappin' Chaos to leave me a comment and follow along. I'd love to get to know you. 

~charity~ 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Just a Clean and Simple Retake

  1. Bev Code

    that is really too cool Charity.. love the colour combo too.. and great use of the pieces .. fabulous page

  2. Lisa M.

    Cute pic Charity, i have a face maker in my family too! Love the circles and embossing!

  3. jan tatomir

    Awesome layout and fabulous ideas with the punch and circle cutter, Charity!

  4. GinniG

    WOW Charity! Embossing the pieces was GENIUS! LOVE the colors and the penciled and stitched circles!

  5. Joan

    Cute lo and I love the embossing idea!

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