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Punched Border Circle

Hello everyone!  Today I'm featuring the MOST AWESOME Kreaxions Circle Cutter and the SUPER FUN Kreaxions Positioning Parts. Sometimes I really would love to have a shaped edge on my circles and the Kreaxions Positioning Parts paired with just the right Kreaxions 4-in-1 punch gives me all the variety I need!  On this page I used Kreaxions 4-in-1 Punch #310.  The positioning parts are quite easy to use.  First cut your circle to the size you want.  Remember, the Kreaxions Circle Cutter cuts up to 10"!  Then choose your punch.  Depending on the shape you want for your edges on the circle, choose one of the positioning parts. I used a 3" circle and the 5cm positioning parts for this example.

Step 1
Place the pieces on the template and start punching like normal!  You can "eyeball" where you want to place your punch or you can use the fabulous Kreaxions Stencils to position your punch.  On this circle I used the Stencils.  Each punch will give you a different edge so play around to see which one works best for your project. 

Step 2

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An Almost Perfect Day R2
You can use the same positioning parts and punch to do the inner circle as well. 

The picture is of my DH and two of my grandsons last summer at the beach.  It’s one of my all time fav pics!  I used a sketch from My Scraps & More but altered it just a bit.  I also tried a new technique – using embossing powder with Crystal Lacquer.  (I had run out of puffy stuff and cotton would have been too much so I thought I’d try it.)  Other than melting my picture a bit (which makes it look more watery) it worked great!  And I have the puffy effect I was looking for. 
Materials – Sketch – ; Cardstock – Bazzill, CTMH; Patterned Paper – DCWV; Wavy Cutter – Creative Memories; Letter Stickers – Alphabitties; Embossing Powder – Stampin Stuff; Sand, Glitter – Magic Scraps; Brads – Making Memories; Pen – Sakura Gel Roll

I hope you will consider playing with the stencils and the positioning parts!  There's a whole WORLD of possibilities if you do!  Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass, Design Team Member

2 thoughts on “Punched Border Circle

  1. Bev

    Ginni.. adorable page.. and love the circular frame for the photo.. its perfect with that word print paper… great tutorial also…

  2. Linda Beeson

    That is wonderful, gotta love a pretty punched edge.

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