Monday, May 10, 2010

Tuesday's Punch Projects

Jessica used a multi-sized flower punch to create her own 3-D flower accents. After punching the flowers from different patterned paper, she distressed the edges and crumpled each bloom, then layered them in alternating patterns. For more detailed pictures of the 3-D flowers, please visit her blog. She also used a border punch for the green scalloped border, and a scalloped circle punch for her journaling spot.

Sara used 3 different border punches to create a decorative edge on her matting and the brown background paper. The large and small (on the brown papers) scallops are EK Success punches and pink border is a Fiskars punch.

Lisa S. used a snowflake punch to make this set of dandelion cards.

Sue used the Fiskars threading water punch for the grass and the Fiskars scalloped circle punch for the sun and clouds. For the clouds, she cut the scalloped circle punch-out in half then layered them on top of one another with pop dots. For the sun, she added a smaller punched circle in the center and then cut into the scallops to add texture. The leaves on the flower stem are a heart punch. The flower is also another punch.

Robin used the small Fiskars heart squeeze punch to make the pink scallop border over the photo. She adhered them to the back of the white paper so that only the top portion of the heart showed. She also used the large Fiskars heart squeeze punch to make the pink hearts. She used the Stampin' Up notebook page punch to create the notebook edge on the side of the photo. Robin also used the Stampin' Up tab punch to create the tab on the journaling spot. Finally she used 3 different sized circle punches to create the flowers.

Sandra made the mermaid from Stampin' Up! punches: scallop circles for her hair, plain circles for her head and arms, small and large ovals for her body, three flower punch for her hair decor and scallop ovals for the shells.


Sasya said...

great job! love how you used punches!

Tanya Rudd said...

Way to use those punches ladies. Thanks for inspiring me today.

CraftyGirl said...

I love to see all the creative uses for the punches!
Barb :)

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Punches are a wonderful thing! Great job ladies!

Deanne :)