Card Making

Marvelous Monday – Punch #905

 Happy Monday every one!  Ginni here with another Marvelous Monday post!  I love the Kreaxions 4-in-1 punches.  They are so versatile and you can achieve many different results with just one punch!  I wanted to show several ways to use the same punch so today I’m showing Punch #905, the Kreaxions Circle Cutter and the Kreaxions Star Template to make the first card.  I used some VERY old Anna Griffin paper, but you could use all kinds of different papers using the same techniques and get many different kinds of cards!  I used the punch without an insert for the circle and with Insert C for the corners and I used the negatives from the punches to make heart “flowers”.

  Hello Card r

Materials used – Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Paper – Anna Griffin; Stamp – Close to My Heart; Ink – Versamark, Colorbox; Embossing Powder – Ozark Mountain Crafts; Pen – Pentel Metallic Gel; Bow – Unknown; Star Template, Circle Cutter, Punch #905 – Kreaxions

In the second example I used the Kreaxions Star Template to create the center circle.  Then I used the Kreaxions #905 Punch on the corners of the star and cut away the excess. Finally I used the base of the negatives on the pleated ribbons and added rhinestone flowers.   Simple, quick and easy!

Mothers Day Card r

Materials – All papers – Making Memories; Ribbon – Offray; Flowers – Prima; Glimmer Mist – Tattered Angels, Junkitz; Stickles by Ranger; Sentiment – CTMH; Ink – Colorbox, CTMH; Rhinestones – Colorbok.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this Monday’s installment!  Be sure to sign up for Facebook and the newsletter for even more marvelous Kreaxions punches ideas!

5 thoughts on “Marvelous Monday – Punch #905

  1. Gina

    Very pretty!!!

  2. Bev Code

    these are beautiful cards Ginni.. especially love the colouring and detail on the 1st one..

  3. Angela Fehr

    I like the way you did the ribbon details on the 2nd card!

  4. wendyp

    great idea to use the base punches on the ribbon to dress it up!

  5. Barbara Bruder

    Love your cards. I really like that you used the star template as a shape on the card front. How cool.

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