Linda here on this beautiful July 4th!!! For my card, I used a 3 3/4 inch circle, Template B (using every other line), and Punch 904. There was a small area connected between the punches so I cut a small "hump" to free the circle. I added small lime green beads to the center of the flower to add texture and depth.
Joan here today starting off the month sharing a card I created to celebrate the 4th of July. I used the Kreaxions 4 in 1 punch # 912 to make my border strips. I also used the Kreaxions Punch Mate ... LOVE this tool and I have no idea why it took me so long to try it?! If you're doing a lot of punching this tool is a must have. It makes punching a breeze.
~Hello and Goodbye ~ This month we say goodbye to designers Chris P. and Tracy F. as well as our long time DT Coordinator, Bev Code! We will miss their gorgeous cards and punch work. Leave them a note in the comments!
Stepping up as DT coordinator is Charity Hotrum. Our two newest team members are Candy Spiegel and Laura Cox. These ladies have plenty of experience in the scrapbooking world and are eager to inspire you!
Hi, Linda here. I needed to send my granddaughter a handmade card since I sent here a "bought" one for her birthday. The medallion in the center of the 6.8 circle is double punched with punch 905 and trimmed to form the outer border.
Tracy here today with a masculine birthday card I made for my brother.
I used Kreaxions punch # 307 with the C insert and star template to make the doily behind the tag. I used the same punch with no insert to make the border and then cut the top flowery part of the punch off to make it more masculine looking.
To make the tag, I coated a kraft cardstock tag with gesso and used a template and modeling paste mixed with some orange gelato and copper glitter to create the stripes. Then stamped the car and added the gears and square tiles.
Hi Chris here and today I am sharing this card I created using Graphic 45 papers and Kreaxions/Just Imagine punches. I tried something different with this card, I traced and used the Star Template without any punches. I then added some "punchouts" from punch #901 as corner accents. I love how this card turned out. I hope you are inspired to get punching and creating.
Today's card puts a little modeling paste to work as well as Kreaxions Punch #916.
~ Hello There ~
The circular frame is a 3.25" circle with a 2.25" center cut out. Exact sizes are so easy when using the Kreaxions Circle Cutter. I marked the circle into 8 sections then used Punch # 916 around the edges. It can be a bit difficult to position it correctly, so not all the punched designs are exact. The Positioning Parts definitely help!
Linda here. It seems summer has arrived with full force this year! I'm enjoying staying indoors (and making a few cards)!!! This one has watercolored veneer butterflies that have been stamped. For the border I used punch 311 with no attachments.
Hi, Tracy here with my latest card. It's graduation time and my granddaughter is graduating from Pre-K! She's so excited and even gets to wear a cap and gown. My, how times have changed!!
I used Kreaxions punch #311 with the C insert to punch all the corners and put a bit of bling in all the centers of the punched areas. I used my Cricut to cut out the image and used chalk for the skin color, cheeks and shoes. I have to say this image looks just like my granddaughter!