Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wednesday Punch Projects

On this LO, Kerri used an image from our May Sponsor, *Wink *Wink Ink, called "Blossom Baby" to create the flower embellishment. Rather than color the image, Kerri used Inkscape and SCAL 2.0 along with her cricut to create and cut an SGV file of the digital stamp and make a paper piecing. She did however, color the center of the image (the baby) with her markers. Kerri then used her Martha Stewart "Double Loop Border and Corner Punches" to create the border above the title, below the picture, and the corners of her papers she layered.



Beth used her Fiskars triangle punch to make the banner across the top of her "Yesterday" layout - an embellishment technique that is currently a very popular scrapbooking trend. She also used Martha Stewart punches to cut the flowers and butterfly that embellish the tag, and a Fiskars corner punch to add interest to the photo mat.



Jamie used an EK Border punches on the top and bottom of her sentiment and a corner rounder punch.




Barb S. used her circle Paper Shaper punch by EK Success to make number "labels" which correspond with the numbered list on the right side of her layout. She considers these punches (she has 6 different sizes of them) to be her "go-to" tools when she needs something round.


Angi made these flat place cards to be used as table decor for a dinner party. She punched the green and white flowers using Fiskars punches. Stickles was used to add bling to the center of the flower. The card was made using cardstock and Bo Bunny paper. The word "enjoy" and brown tulle were also added. This can also be used as a gift card holder. Simply use a pop dot to hold the gift card in place.

5 comments:

Limonchik said...

Awesome works! So nice! Espesially I liked the first one, with the baby!

CraftyGirl said...

How fabulous are all of these?!! Love your work ladies!!
Barb :)

Cokie Pop Paper Boutique said...

Beautiful work! Love them all!

Sasya said...

another stunning works, ladies!! so inspiring~!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Beautiful!!!!!!

Deanne :)