Punch 919

Family Portrait

We all have them.  Those old family portraits that we don't know what to do with.  This
is a picture of my DH and his parents and brothers in the 1980s.  Because the picture is all male, I didn't want to make this page too fussy.  So I pulled out Kreaxions Punch #919 with Templates A and B.  I created the border using Template A.  The
cutaway piece from the border is under the picture.  I used Template B on the corners and in the
center of the punched corner. And of course, I simply MUST use the little pieces so they also enhance corners.  On the top left of the picture  I punched a corner then cut it into a square piece.

June MSW Gass Family R1

This layout is lifted from one by Shanna
Vineyard from the My Mind's Eye blog.  Other Materials – Cardstock – Unknown;
Patterned Papers, Die Cut, Date Sticker, Pearl Brads, Tag – My Mind’s Eye (From
the My Scraps & More Store); Silver Brads – Recollections; Chipboard
Pieces, Stickers – Sharon Ann

So next time you aren't sure what to do with your portraits, grab your punches and have fun!  Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

 

 

5 thoughts on “Family Portrait

  1. Bev

    perfect combo with this photo.. and love the added texture and details the punch gives.. great family page Ginni

  2. Linda Beeson

    Your punched borders are such a great accent.

  3. Lisa Moen

    Love the punched borders Ginni!

  4. Lisa

    Beautiful layout Ginni! Love the extra punched corner accent.

  5. Lucy Chesna

    its great to have memories like this…great layout

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Punch 919

Family Portrait

We all have them.  Those old family portraits that we don't know what to do with.  This
is a picture of my DH and his parents and brothers in the 1980s.  Because the picture is all male, I didn't want to make this page too fussy.  So I pulled out Kreaxions Punch #919 with Templates A and B.  I created the border using Template A.  The
cutaway piece from the border is under the picture.  I used Template B on the corners and in the
center of the punched corner. And of course, I simply MUST use the little pieces so they also enhance corners.  On the top left of the picture  I punched a corner then cut it into a square piece.

June MSW Gass Family R1

This layout is lifted from one by Shanna
Vineyard from the My Mind's Eye blog.  Other Materials – Cardstock – Unknown;
Patterned Papers, Die Cut, Date Sticker, Pearl Brads, Tag – My Mind’s Eye (From
the My Scraps & More Store); Silver Brads – Recollections; Chipboard
Pieces, Stickers – Sharon Ann

So next time you aren't sure what to do with your portraits, grab your punches and have fun!  Happy Punching!  Ginni Gass, DT Member

 

 

5 thoughts on “Family Portrait

  1. Bev

    perfect combo with this photo.. and love the added texture and details the punch gives.. great family page Ginni

  2. Linda Beeson

    Your punched borders are such a great accent.

  3. Lisa Moen

    Love the punched borders Ginni!

  4. Lisa

    Beautiful layout Ginni! Love the extra punched corner accent.

  5. Lucy Chesna

    its great to have memories like this…great layout

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Your email address will not be published.