Circle Cutter-

Punch 312-

Punch 914

Mix and Match

I lifted this layout from one done by Lisa VanderVeen and published in Scrapbook Retailer  October/November 2007.  I just loved the beautiful design of the page!  The sweet picture really drew me in as well.  So when I saw this picture of my daughter and my oldest grandson I just knew I wanted to lift this! Christmas Love R1

Materials – Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Papers – My Mind’s Eye, Theresa Collins, Anna Griffin; Punches – Kreaxions #312 and Kreaxions #914; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions; Heart Shapes – Creative Memories; Letter Stamps – Autumn Leaves, CTMH; Stamps – Creative Imaginations; Crystal Lacquer; Rhinestones – Queen & Company; Stickles – Ranger; Glitter – Glitter Arts; Inks – CTMH; Pens – Sharpie, Micron

I used a mixture of Kreaxions #312 (the snowflake) and Kreaxions #914 (Holly) (Did you see there's a SPECIAL on these two punches???!!!) all over the page.  Using the templates again gives you different looks.  In playing with my punches I thought “I wonder if I can mix and match them next to each other…..”  I played around with a scrap piece of paper and came up with a pattern that I liked!  If you’ll notice there’s mixes and matches all over the page – opposite corners on the photo… on the name piece, in the middle on the blue patterned paper…  It was fun to see how many places I could add that little touch! 

Once I had my layout put together the punched shapes weren’t popping like I wanted them to.  So I added some Stickles and some fine glitter by Glitter Arts and now my shapes are shining!  Here's some close ups –

Kreaxions 11-29 Close Up 1
Kreaxions 11-29 Close Up 2

So go ahead!  I dare you!  Try mixing and matching your punches and let’s see what YOU can come up with!

 

2 thoughts on “Mix and Match

  1. Bev Code

    so precious Ginni.. and beautiful paper combo with great use of punching.. you rocked this one

  2. Linda Beeson

    I always like circle patterns on layouts so I really like that layout too. Nice accents with the punches.

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 312-

Punch 914

Mix and Match

I lifted this layout from one done by Lisa VanderVeen and published in Scrapbook Retailer  October/November 2007.  I just loved the beautiful design of the page!  The sweet picture really drew me in as well.  So when I saw this picture of my daughter and my oldest grandson I just knew I wanted to lift this! Christmas Love R1

Materials – Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Papers – My Mind’s Eye, Theresa Collins, Anna Griffin; Punches – Kreaxions #312 and Kreaxions #914; Circle Cutter – Kreaxions; Heart Shapes – Creative Memories; Letter Stamps – Autumn Leaves, CTMH; Stamps – Creative Imaginations; Crystal Lacquer; Rhinestones – Queen & Company; Stickles – Ranger; Glitter – Glitter Arts; Inks – CTMH; Pens – Sharpie, Micron

I used a mixture of Kreaxions #312 (the snowflake) and Kreaxions #914 (Holly) (Did you see there's a SPECIAL on these two punches???!!!) all over the page.  Using the templates again gives you different looks.  In playing with my punches I thought “I wonder if I can mix and match them next to each other…..”  I played around with a scrap piece of paper and came up with a pattern that I liked!  If you’ll notice there’s mixes and matches all over the page – opposite corners on the photo… on the name piece, in the middle on the blue patterned paper…  It was fun to see how many places I could add that little touch! 

Once I had my layout put together the punched shapes weren’t popping like I wanted them to.  So I added some Stickles and some fine glitter by Glitter Arts and now my shapes are shining!  Here's some close ups –

Kreaxions 11-29 Close Up 1
Kreaxions 11-29 Close Up 2

So go ahead!  I dare you!  Try mixing and matching your punches and let’s see what YOU can come up with!

 

2 thoughts on “Mix and Match

  1. Bev Code

    so precious Ginni.. and beautiful paper combo with great use of punching.. you rocked this one

  2. Linda Beeson

    I always like circle patterns on layouts so I really like that layout too. Nice accents with the punches.

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Your email address will not be published.