Punch 902

Making Borders with 4 in 1 Punches

These 4 in 1 punches are so versatile at making borders – you can customize any look that you'd like with them – that makes these punches such a great value! For this post, I used the 902 Daisy punch two different ways using the A inserts. On my first layout I used the punch to make a border across the top and bottom of my kraft paper. IMG_9699 (1280x1274)
Here's how you can create that same look: Take the piece of paper that you'd like to create the border across and find it's center and mark it. Then, line the center of your punch on that mark and punch. IMG_9704 (1280x1029)
Next, line your punch right next to the right side of the punched circle and punch

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Continue until you get all the way to the right edge of your paper

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Next line up next to the left side of your first punched circle, and punch

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Continue to the left edge of your paper and your border is complete!

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To give your border a different look, punch a border like the one I just made, then take your punch and carefully slide it between two of the circles – you will be covering up two of the circles, but they will be at the edges of the punch so that you will be punching between the already punched circles. Carefully punch making sure not to shift your paper as you punch

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Continue on down the line punching between the already punched circles until you have completed your border

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Here's a layout that I made using a border like the one shown above

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This is just a couple of the many many ways you can use your 4 in 1 punches!! Get creative and make up your own border!! Have fun creating!! Valerie

4 thoughts on “Making Borders with 4 in 1 Punches

  1. Bev Code

    OMG that pops off the layout in that colouring.. way to use the punch border accents.. perfect

  2. Lisa Spiegel

    Great tutorial for lining up the punch!

  3. Linda Beeson

    Very nice! I love punching borders.

  4. Jess

    Fun LOs! Love the suggestions for new accents with the punches!

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Punch 902

Making Borders with 4 in 1 Punches

These 4 in 1 punches are so versatile at making borders – you can customize any look that you'd like with them – that makes these punches such a great value! For this post, I used the 902 Daisy punch two different ways using the A inserts. On my first layout I used the punch to make a border across the top and bottom of my kraft paper. IMG_9699 (1280x1274)
Here's how you can create that same look: Take the piece of paper that you'd like to create the border across and find it's center and mark it. Then, line the center of your punch on that mark and punch. IMG_9704 (1280x1029)
Next, line your punch right next to the right side of the punched circle and punch

IMG_9705 (1280x853) 
Continue until you get all the way to the right edge of your paper

IMG_9706 (1280x853) 
Next line up next to the left side of your first punched circle, and punch

IMG_9708 (1280x853) 
Continue to the left edge of your paper and your border is complete!

IMG_9709 (1280x853) 
To give your border a different look, punch a border like the one I just made, then take your punch and carefully slide it between two of the circles – you will be covering up two of the circles, but they will be at the edges of the punch so that you will be punching between the already punched circles. Carefully punch making sure not to shift your paper as you punch

IMG_9710 (1280x853) 
Continue on down the line punching between the already punched circles until you have completed your border

IMG_9711 (1280x853) 
IMG_9712 (1280x853) 
Here's a layout that I made using a border like the one shown above

IMG_9692 (1280x1280) 
This is just a couple of the many many ways you can use your 4 in 1 punches!! Get creative and make up your own border!! Have fun creating!! Valerie

4 thoughts on “Making Borders with 4 in 1 Punches

  1. Bev Code

    OMG that pops off the layout in that colouring.. way to use the punch border accents.. perfect

  2. Lisa Spiegel

    Great tutorial for lining up the punch!

  3. Linda Beeson

    Very nice! I love punching borders.

  4. Jess

    Fun LOs! Love the suggestions for new accents with the punches!

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