Tuesday, April 2, 2013

10 Ways to Use a Corner Punch...and a bonus!


The corner punch is one of the simplest tools to use, but oh so versatile.
Scroll through this line up and see why this is the first tool you should pack for your next crop!
 
1. Frame a Layout:
Practical Scrapper Linda cut the corners of the photo as well as the framing papers with a corner punch.
 
 

2. Make Photo Corners:
Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean created photo corners using her corner rounder.
 

3. Stay in Shape:
Practical Scrapper Liz used her corner punch to get geometric with her shapes.
 
4. Double It Up

Guest Designer Michele Duffy used a corner punch to double mat her card.

5. Make a Happy Ending
Practical Scrapper Dawn Rene used a corner punch to decorate the ends of her paper strips and the corners of her base paper.

6. Bring Out The Machine
Practical Scrapper Lisa used her cricut and created fancy corners for her niece's prom photos.
 
7. Get in Line
Guest Designer Kerys Sharrock used a corner punch to make decorative borders.
 
8. Make a Point:
Practical Scrapper Charity cut paper strips into chevrons and then used a Kreaxions corner punch on the points.

9. Diamonds are a Scrappers Best Friend:
Guest Designer Bev Code cut a series of diamonds then punched the corners to decorate this square card.
 


10. Think Outside the Box:
Practical Scrapper Kenya used a Martha Stewart corner punch on this altered balsa box. Inspired by Cynthialoowho
 
And Now for the Bonus Round...
 
Make a Flower
 
 
Practical Scrapper Kim created double-layered petals for her flower on this card. She used the corner rounder on two sides of each layer of the petals.
 
 
Guest Designer Bev Code layered diamonds with punched corners under her stamped image for this flower.
 
and that is the REST of the story!!!

2 comments:

Julie Dionne said...

Thanks for all this great inspiration ! Will surely try some of the ideas you shared !

Jean said...

Wonderful ideas!