Punch 922

Less Is More

I tend to like to use all kinds of accents and embellishments when I create a card but I challenged myself to follow the thought of "less is more" for my project I wanted to share today.

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I like to make cards to send to friends from photos that I have taken.  This photo of the red poppies was taken in Jacksonville, Oregon last spring.  I makes for a simple, yet elegant card.  I started playing with my 922 Fountain 4-in-1 punch and came up with a very simple little accent. 

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Here is a close-up of the little strip of a lacey, punched border. 

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This photo gives you can idea of what I did.  I punched one entire border on a piece of cardstock making sure each new punch was close to the last one.  Experimenting lets you find the proper placement of each punch.  Once I had my piece all punched, I cut right through the border,  near the bottom of the little fountain part of the design.  The piece this is left over can also be used. 

Thanks for visiting, Linda Beeson, Design Team member

6 thoughts on “Less Is More

  1. Connie M

    That is a brillant idea!!! We have bluebonnets her and they would make fabulous cards~sending a bit of yourself!!! The border you added is very cute and looks lovely on the card~ perfect!!! what a winner on both counts!!!

  2. Sandie McCarthy-Roberts

    Very nice… cute idea with the punch.

  3. Bev Code

    beautiful photos for cards.. great idea.. and the Partial section only of punched edge border is fabulous

  4. Jess

    Beautiful card! A great self challenge!

  5. Gina

    Beautiful!!! I love how you used the punch.

  6. Stephanie

    What an awesome idea. Love it.

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Punch 922

Less Is More

I tend to like to use all kinds of accents and embellishments when I create a card but I challenged myself to follow the thought of "less is more" for my project I wanted to share today.

Core-k-redflowers

I like to make cards to send to friends from photos that I have taken.  This photo of the red poppies was taken in Jacksonville, Oregon last spring.  I makes for a simple, yet elegant card.  I started playing with my 922 Fountain 4-in-1 punch and came up with a very simple little accent. 

Core-k-redflowers-3 
Here is a close-up of the little strip of a lacey, punched border. 

Core-k-redflowers-2 
This photo gives you can idea of what I did.  I punched one entire border on a piece of cardstock making sure each new punch was close to the last one.  Experimenting lets you find the proper placement of each punch.  Once I had my piece all punched, I cut right through the border,  near the bottom of the little fountain part of the design.  The piece this is left over can also be used. 

Thanks for visiting, Linda Beeson, Design Team member

7 thoughts on “Less Is More

  1. Connie M

    That is a brillant idea!!! We have bluebonnets her and they would make fabulous cards~sending a bit of yourself!!! The border you added is very cute and looks lovely on the card~ perfect!!! what a winner on both counts!!!

  2. GinniG

    I LOVE IT Linda!!! The fountain punch is perfect for this card! What a LOVELY picture too!

  3. Sandie McCarthy-Roberts

    Very nice… cute idea with the punch.

  4. Bev Code

    beautiful photos for cards.. great idea.. and the Partial section only of punched edge border is fabulous

  5. Jess

    Beautiful card! A great self challenge!

  6. Gina

    Beautiful!!! I love how you used the punch.

  7. Stephanie

    What an awesome idea. Love it.

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