Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Thursday's Eyelet Projects


Erin used her Crop-a Dile tool to make evenly spaced holes in the punched squares. She then used the tool to effortlessly set all the different shaped eyelets in random spots, and then adhered them to her layout.

Karen used eyelets for the body of her chipboard butterfly. The butterfly was punched using the Melody Ross stamp and punch dies and tool and then inked over it. It was fun, but a little loud - it took her back to the days of the manual eyelet setters and all the banging that was going on!

Tanya used a Squigglefly digital stamp from the Jane's Bakery setto make this birthday card. She printed several copies of the cake and layered it up. Tanya added eyelets to the corners of the rectangle in order to use up some of the white space, and draw your eye towards the cake.

With her daughter’s birthday around the corner, Pam was inspired by the Eyelet Challenge to create this framed art piece as a special gift for her. Using a beautiful piece of Prima paper as the background, Pam punched eyelets from which to hang the Happy Banner and a strand of vintage pearls. She added a variety of Prima flowers and a Tattered Angels Frame, sprayed with some Glimmer Mist, for the sentiment as finishing touches.


5 comments:

Ann said...

Beautiful work - all of them.
Ann xxx

Sasya said...

OH MY GOD, these are all totally rock!!! thank you ladies!!

Kate said...

Great, great work!!

scrappin_mom3 said...

Fab-u-lous creations ladies! Lovin all these projects!

Kerri

GaMtnScrap said...

Holy paper crafting, bat man, these examples are AWESOME! And the photo on Erin's layout was so adorable!