Sunday, May 9, 2010

Monday's Punch Projects


For this week's challenge, Kim used four different punches to create this card. First, she used a square punch for the six tiles then punched those with a mini scalloped punch. Next she added the border punch. To create her flower, she punched circles and used a folding technique to create the flowers.

Sasya
used two types of punches in her work. She used the Martha Stewart edge punch to create the right edge of a card and the MS craft punch to create five little butterflies.


Corinna used a Martha Stewart butterfly punch to make butterflies from patterned paper on her layout.




Deanne used her favorite EK Success and Fiskars border punches to create pattern paper.


Barb used Martha Stewart punches to create a decorative border around her layout. A coordinating corner punch adds some detail around the photo. The butterflies were also made using a punch and then decorated with pearls and Smooch pearl paint to give it a finished look.


Denise sprayed glimmer spray over both sides of white card stock and then punched out many circles to make her two flowers. She also used a Martha Stewart border punch on a patterned piece of vellum, which she then chalked. Lastly, she punched out a couple of different sized hearts and adhered them to her page.

4 comments:

Amanda said...

These are all gorgeous! I think I'll go buy my first punch tomorrow...the martha stewart butterfly one looks awesome!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Gorgeous work ladies! I had one of the MS butterfly punches in my hand on Friday bought I put it back and left the store. Now I wish I would have bought it LOL

Deanne :)

Tanya Rudd said...

Awesome job ladies.
Hugs
Tanya

Stacy said...

All of these are great! Especially love the one by Denise! It is really sweet.