Hello! Ginni here with a tutorial for you. Using the Kreaxions Circle Cutter, the Kreaxions stencils, the Kreaxions Positioning Parts and ANY of your favorite 4-in-1 Kreaxions punches you can make your own doilies! I love that I can match my doily patterns with my other page elements! So on this page I decided to try something I hadn't done before – make a flower with a doily created with the Kreaxions products. I was amazed at how easy it was! Here's my page and the instructions are below.
To create the large doily I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to make a 18 cm circle. I turned my paper over and on the BACK side I used Kreaxions Stencil B to draw the lines for punching guides. Using the small 5.6 cm positioning parts with Kreaxions Punch #915 I punched on each line. Then to create the “flower” I cut a 4" circle and used the same stencil with the same punch and positioning parts. After I finished punching I used the stencil lines that I drew on the back of the circle and folded on all of the lines. Then I unfolded them and cut every OTHER line from the outside to about ¼” from the center and folded the “petals” in half. Then I added a large rhinestone for my center.
I created the borders by using Kreaxions Punch #915 with no template on a 3×12" strip. Then I used the cut-away pieces at the top and bottom of the page. I also used some of the triangle cut-away pieces for photo corners. I added more bling around the page to enhance the design. The pictures are of my grandparents in Washington, DC in 1920. I used a copy of the writing on the back of the picture for my journaling.
Here are the Kreaxions products I used on this page –
Kreaxions Punch #915 Kreaxions Circle Cutter Kreaxions Positioning Parts
Would you like to win the punch shown below along with the Kreaxions Circle Cutter and the Kreaxions Star Stencil? Go to my blog at My Scrappy World and leave me a comment! The more times you comment, the more chances you have to win by random draw! Winner will be announced Wednesday, October 1st.
Kreaxions Punch #903
I hope this page will help you create your own doilies and flowers! Happy Punching!
6 thoughts on “Make a Doily Flower!”
fabulous vintage looking page.. the punching and doilys are the perfect touch.. great page
love this!!!!!!!!!! and super cute flower
Gorgeous vintage details!
What a wonderful page – love the doily, borders and that you included the actual handwriting!!
Great tutorial Ginni.