Today I wanted to show you how to use the “B” circle stencil at it’s smallest circle using for use with the border punch. The 5.6cm is a pretty small hole and there’s a trick to punching the beautiful circle border around the inside of the circle. I first cut my circle using my circle cutter set to the 5.6 cm circle as shown on the stencil and then marked all the notches using the template with my pencil as shown below
I used my 910 4 in 1 punch ,without any of the plates inserted, and slid it into the circle upside down with the pencil marks showing at the bottom of the punch
I inserted the 5.6 cm feet into the positioning parts
And here’s the card I made with my beautiful circle!!
I backed the punched area with some patterned paper and attached it to my card by sewing around the edges. For my butterfly bodies, I used some of the leftover punched flowers that I layered with a gem. For my April challenge to you, I challenge you to sew your punched creations onto your project!! Remember if you do the challenge you get 1 chance to win a fabulous punch or circle cutter, but if you also use a Kreaxions punch, your name is thrown in the hat twice!! Link your projects below