Welcome to the Just Imagine Crafts/Kreaxions July DT reveal. The DT always loves sharing their creations with you.
Ginni has a fun bright Mrytle Beach page to share today. She used Kreaxions Punch #310 and the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to create this page about my husband and his Mom in the 1960s. She used lots of cut-away pieces all over the page to enhance it.
Chris shares this super cute Thank You card. She used ocean-y colors and punch #307 with C, #919 and the circle template.
Louise made this fabulous Bon Voyage card. She used punch #906 (my favorite) to make the doily and the border and punched fish.
Charity shares this fabulous colourful page. She used Kreaxions Circle Cutter,Kreaxions Punch #906 and the Inner Circle Positioning Pieces.
Charity has this close up for our viewing also.
Colleen shares this super cute page. She used Punch #906 along the bottom of the stones to give a ragged look and also used it right under the photo. Look at the adorable accents.
Joan's My Sunshine card is fun and bright. She used Punch # 921 with no insert.
Ange share the good life page.. super fun and bright. She used punch #912 along the border at the top for the wave and water feel, #909 for the orange strip in the middle and along the bottom of the photo #311 gorgeous summer flowers.
Thanks for visiting today.. sure hope you'll pop in regularly to see the creative projects the DT share with you weekly using Just Imagine Crafts/ Kreaxions Products. Visit the store for more available products too.
Hello again! Ginni here with a card using scraps from a 6x6 pad of paper.
I used the Kreaxions Star Template and Kreaxions Punch #913 Lily to create the "flower". I outlined everything with a gold pen, then folded it up a bit to give it the dimension. I added a cloth brad for my center. For my background I used 3x3 pieces of paper laid on the card base and drew my stitching with a pen. The "brackets" are leftover from punching the star stencil. I just cut them to fit and outlined them with a gold pen as well.
Materials - Card Base - Recollections; Patterned Papers - My Mind's Eye; Pens - Omni Gel, Sharpie; Brad - Crate Paper
I hope this inspires you to use your own Kreaxions products! They're so much FUN to play with! Happy Punching!
Louise here with a layout of the guys in my life. I used a gold and blue color scheme to give it a formal and masculine feel.
I punched the vertical edge of the gold cardstock using punch 906 with insert A, punching 3/4 inch apart. (I mark the spacing on the back of the paper and punch upside down). The gold border along the bottom is leftover piece. The dark blue flowers were punched with punch 902.
Hi! Chris Here and today I am sharing this layout created for Kreaxions/Just Imagine. I used a lot of my Sin City Stamps on this layout too! For this layout I stamped a border about 1/3 of the way from the bottom of the page. I added some Tim Holtz Tissue Paper. I then Stamped some additional images onto the tissue paper and painted them with my Twinkling H2Os. I then punched a border out using Kreaxions # 916 punch and painted the border strip with Twinkling H2Os. I love this punch it has little scrolls that punch out!
Charity here from Scrappin' Chaos. I just LOVE the glitz and glamor of the 1920's. The flapper's dresses are the epitome of this era. The Kreaxions punches have some great Art-Deco inspired designs. My favorite of these is Punch #305. I used it for the neckline of the dress.
~ You're The Cat's Pyjamas ~
This card is a thank-you for the gift of the shimmering papers that I used to make the dress and letters. The hem and belt of the dress were punched with Kreaxions #906.
Hello! Ginni here again today. I'm sharing a heritage page today. The picture is of my husband's Great-Great Grandfather... I needed a nice mat for the small picture so I created a doily with my Kreaxions products! Doilies are SUPER easy to make with the Kreaxions products and they work with EVERY Kreaxions 4-in-1 punch!
To create a doily using your Kreaxions products, first cut a circle with your Kreaxions Circle Cutter just a little bigger than the size you want to end up with. Second, flip your paper over and use either Kreaxions Stencil A (for larger circles) or Kreaxions Stencil B (for medium and smaller circles) and draw lines so you'll know where to punch. Next, choose your punch. I chose Kreaxions Punch #920. Each punch has a little mark in the front showing the center of the punch to line up with the lines from the stencil. Then I chose Kreaxions Positioning Parts 6.8 cm and used that insert to cut on the lines I'd created with Kreaxions Stencil B. It gave me a great mat that focuses on the tiny original heritage picture!
I hope this encouraged you to use your Kreaxions products to create your own doilies! You can find these products and many more in the Just Imagine Crafts Store! Happy Punching!