While touring the Houston Space Center a few years ago we
passed by this grove of trees. The tour
operator informed us that this was a Memorial Garden and that each tree
represented an astronaut who has died during the programs. It was quite a beautiful way to honor their
memories. For this page I used Kreaxions Punch #312 with Templates A
and B. This punch is SO
I created a border piece by
using the cut outs from another page.
Then I used more cut out pieces at the top of my large photo mat. And finally I used another border of cut out
pieces underneath the longer border.
Using a Xyron X is the best way to use those little itty bitty pieces
and to not waste them! And finally I even added a few cut out pieces across the
top of one of the tags to create a third border on the page. I finished all the cut out pieces off with a
little dab of Stickles to make them pop!
Materials – Sketch –
Lucy Chesna; Cardstock – American Crafts; Patterned Papers – October Afternoon
(from the My Scraps & More Store); Chipboard Tags – My Mind’s Eye; Buttons
– Foo-fa-la; Stickers, Letter Stickers – SEI; Ribbons – Offray; Eyelets –
Recollections; Ink – CTMH; Border and Corner Punch – Kreaxions #312 with
Templates A and B; Pen – Sakura Gel Roll; Stickles – Ranger
I hope this page inspires you to use those little cut out
pieces more often! Happy Punching! Ginni Gass
5 thoughts on “Memorial Garden”
You are the queen of little pieces, Ginni! Love your page!
thanks for the xyron tip!!!
super fun page Ginni!!!!
Great page, Ginni! … I was going to say, the Piece Queen is at it again! LOVE it!!!
Awesome page Ginni!