Circle Cutter-

Punch 919-

Star Template-

Tutorials

Star Template Flowers and Frames

Hello!  Ginni Gass here and I'm SUPER excited to be returning to the Just Imagine/Kreaxions Design Team!!!  Today I’m going to share something new – well at least for
ME anyway!  While playing with my punches
and the Kreaxions Star Stencil the other day I wondered if I could make a flower.  So I began to experiment and I really like
how it all turned out!  Here’s the
instructions on how to make the flower and the “frames” that are on the page
below. 

To create the flower

First take a thin piece of paper or vellum.  (I used vellum for the instructions because
you can clearly see the lines I’ve created with each step.)  Trace the Kreaxins Star Stencil on the reverse side
and cut it out. 
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Next select your punch and use Template A.  (I used Kreaxions Punch #919.)  Insert your punch as shown and punch each
point of the star.
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You will end up with this 
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Next cut away the outer piece so your piece looks something
like this 
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Now fold your piece in half, turn it ½ turn and fold
again.  
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That will give you something that looks like
this.  Notice that you have a defined
center point from the fold. 
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Next carefully cut down leaving about ¼ inch from the fold
on each side of your punched area. 
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Now fold your “petals” towards the center to give them
dimension.  
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Fold them back and then use a button, a brad,
some bling, anything to decorate your center. 
I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter set at 1” to cut a background for my
bling.

To create the “frames” on my photo, trace your star template
as before. 

Next select your punch and do NOT use a template.  Punch each point of the star.  Now cut the pieces between the “rounded” part of the punched
area. (See picture below.)
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That will give you two pieces that
look like the picture below. 
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And here's the final page with these elements! These pictures of my Granddaughter Molly were taken in Orlando at The Holy Land Experience.

The Prophetess R1

The beauty of these techniques is that they will work for any type of
paper that you can punch and with any of the Kreaxions punches!  I hope you’ll try these techniques yourself!  If you do, please be sure to share on
Pinterest and/or Facebook!  Happy
Punching!

6 thoughts on “Star Template Flowers and Frames

  1. jan tatomir

    What a terrific tutorial, Ginni! Love all the ways you used the punches!

  2. Lisa M.

    Cool flower and I love your journaling blocks!

  3. Charity Becker

    love that you came up with ANOTHER way to make a flower. WE can never have too many of those.

  4. Bev Code

    fabulous tutorial and amazing flower.. great job Ginni

  5. monica

    Awesome job – I think you gave me an idea!!

  6. nedAlanodon

    I discovered your blog site on google and check some of your early posts. Continue to keep up the highly good operate. I just additional up your RSS feed to my MSN News Reader. Searching for forward to reading more from you later on!
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Circle Cutter-

Punch 919-

Star Template-

Tutorials

Star Template Flowers and Frames

Hello!  Ginni Gass here and I'm SUPER excited to be returning to the Just Imagine/Kreaxions Design Team!!!  Today I’m going to share something new – well at least for
ME anyway!  While playing with my punches
and the Kreaxions Star Stencil the other day I wondered if I could make a flower.  So I began to experiment and I really like
how it all turned out!  Here’s the
instructions on how to make the flower and the “frames” that are on the page
below. 

To create the flower

First take a thin piece of paper or vellum.  (I used vellum for the instructions because
you can clearly see the lines I’ve created with each step.)  Trace the Kreaxins Star Stencil on the reverse side
and cut it out. 
DSC06247
DSC06252

 

Next select your punch and use Template A.  (I used Kreaxions Punch #919.)  Insert your punch as shown and punch each
point of the star.
DSC06253

You will end up with this 
DSC06254

 

Next cut away the outer piece so your piece looks something
like this 
DSC06255

 

Now fold your piece in half, turn it ½ turn and fold
again.  
DSC06256

DSC06257

That will give you something that looks like
this.  Notice that you have a defined
center point from the fold. 
DSC06258

Next carefully cut down leaving about ¼ inch from the fold
on each side of your punched area. 
DSC06259

Now fold your “petals” towards the center to give them
dimension.  
DSC06260 

Fold them back and then use a button, a brad,
some bling, anything to decorate your center. 
I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter set at 1” to cut a background for my
bling.

To create the “frames” on my photo, trace your star template
as before. 

Next select your punch and do NOT use a template.  Punch each point of the star.  Now cut the pieces between the “rounded” part of the punched
area. (See picture below.)
DSC06249

That will give you two pieces that
look like the picture below. 
DSC06251

And here's the final page with these elements! These pictures of my Granddaughter Molly were taken in Orlando at The Holy Land Experience.

The Prophetess R1

The beauty of these techniques is that they will work for any type of
paper that you can punch and with any of the Kreaxions punches!  I hope you’ll try these techniques yourself!  If you do, please be sure to share on
Pinterest and/or Facebook!  Happy
Punching!

6 thoughts on “Star Template Flowers and Frames

  1. jan tatomir

    What a terrific tutorial, Ginni! Love all the ways you used the punches!

  2. Lisa M.

    Cool flower and I love your journaling blocks!

  3. Charity Becker

    love that you came up with ANOTHER way to make a flower. WE can never have too many of those.

  4. Bev Code

    fabulous tutorial and amazing flower.. great job Ginni

  5. monica

    Awesome job – I think you gave me an idea!!

  6. nedAlanodon

    I discovered your blog site on google and check some of your early posts. Continue to keep up the highly good operate. I just additional up your RSS feed to my MSN News Reader. Searching for forward to reading more from you later on!
    [URL=http://www.michaelkorscheapsbags.com/totes%5Dmicheal kors purses[/URL]

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