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Mini Tutorial – how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make a border

Hi there, Valerie here!! I just wanted to make a mini tutorial to show how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make beautiful borders for your cards or layouts (or any craft project!!). First, here's the card I made using one of the newest 4 in 1 punches, #310.

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I used the punch with no inserts to make my border, and I also used the leftover piece from the punched border at the top of the card - it reminds me of a banner!!

To start my border I just make a random punch at the edge of a piece of paper, making sure that I punch through the end of the paper.

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I then turn my punch over and line up the very farthest edge of the punched image with the punch, making sure they overlap a little so that it will make a complete border (see the photo below for punch placement at the blue circled spot – that's where the punched edge is showing under the punch) and punch through

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I continue to do this right down the side of the paper, making sure to line up at the very edges, overlapping slightly until I get to the very end of the paper

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You are now left with one punched border and the leftover zigzag piece

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I hope that the tutorial helps you to make borders on your projects!! Have fun creating!!

6 thoughts on “Mini Tutorial – how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make a border

  1. GinniG

    Valerie, this is a FABULOUS tutorial! I love your card and this punch is my FAVORITE!!!! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Linda Beeson

    It is so helpful that you showed the step outs! This turned out so nice!

  3. Bev Code

    beautiful card with amazing border.. fab detailing steps.. thanks

  4. Barbara Bruder

    Great tutorial.This is a pretty border and your card is beautiful!!

  5. wendyp

    great tutorial and gorgeous card!!! Love that burlap! I just bought a bunch of it for projects, but I can’t wait to cut some strips to use on my cards!

  6. virginia

    I love all your products

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Tutorials

Mini Tutorial – how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make a border

Hi there, Valerie here!! I just wanted to make a mini tutorial to show how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make beautiful borders for your cards or layouts (or any craft project!!). First, here's the card I made using one of the newest 4 in 1 punches, #310.

IMG_1240 (1280x886) 
I used the punch with no inserts to make my border, and I also used the leftover piece from the punched border at the top of the card - it reminds me of a banner!!

To start my border I just make a random punch at the edge of a piece of paper, making sure that I punch through the end of the paper.

IMG_1243 (1280x855) 
I then turn my punch over and line up the very farthest edge of the punched image with the punch, making sure they overlap a little so that it will make a complete border (see the photo below for punch placement at the blue circled spot – that's where the punched edge is showing under the punch) and punch through

IMG_1244 copy (1280x854) 
I continue to do this right down the side of the paper, making sure to line up at the very edges, overlapping slightly until I get to the very end of the paper

IMG_1246 copy (1280x855) 
IMG_1247 (1280x853) 
You are now left with one punched border and the leftover zigzag piece

IMG_1248 (1280x853) 
I hope that the tutorial helps you to make borders on your projects!! Have fun creating!!

6 thoughts on “Mini Tutorial – how to use the 4 in 1 punches to make a border

  1. GinniG

    Valerie, this is a FABULOUS tutorial! I love your card and this punch is my FAVORITE!!!! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Linda Beeson

    It is so helpful that you showed the step outs! This turned out so nice!

  3. Bev Code

    beautiful card with amazing border.. fab detailing steps.. thanks

  4. Barbara Bruder

    Great tutorial.This is a pretty border and your card is beautiful!!

  5. wendyp

    great tutorial and gorgeous card!!! Love that burlap! I just bought a bunch of it for projects, but I can’t wait to cut some strips to use on my cards!

  6. virginia

    I love all your products

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