Last summer my husband and I went to his hometown of
Ketchikan, Alaska for a visit. One of
the days we were there, the tide was unusually low at minus 21 feet! So we got up early to take advantage and see
what we could find. Among many other
things, I found this beautiful red starfish.
So I pulled out a sketch from the My Scraps & More Sketch Book and used
the Creative Memories curvy cutter to create my wavy border. (The cut-away piece is on the bottom of the
Then I used Kreaxions Punch 915 with
no template and punched alternately on each side of the border.
I used the cut-away triangular pieces for
accents around the page.
Template C gave the corners of the picture some personality. I cut two circles with the Kreaxions Circle
Cutter and drew double wavy lines on them for accent. And to finish off the page I added Dew Drops
from The Robin’s Nest to enhance different areas.
Alcohol inks colored the chipboard
letters and edges all of the papers.
Materials – Sketch by Kristine Davidson for My Scraps &
More; Papers – Echo Park; Chipboard Letters, Alcohol Ink – Ranger; Punch -
Kreaxions #915; Bling – Dewdrops; Stickers – Unknown; Pens – At You Spica,
Inkessentials; Curvy Cutter – Creative Memories; Circle Cutter - Kreaxions
I hope this inspires you do to your own unique beachy, summer pages! Happy Punching! Ginni Gass
Wow where does the time go? I could have sworn it was just Friday and Monday snuck up on me so quick! I hope everyone had an amzing weekend full of creative thoughts. My weekend was filled with moving boxes, throwing things away, putting things up etc... Lots of work! As I was throwing things out I found my old cell phone box that my phone came in from ATT. To me they make the greatest boxes and I tend to keep them around for who knows what. Well I found my what.
I altered the box and made it into a little keepsake box and covered it with some scraps of G45 papers I had and this was what I ended up with.
Trash to Treasure Box!
I used my Kreaxion 915 punch as a stencil this time to do a leafing border around the box. I used a Krylon Gold Leaf pen
Here is a close up shot
I stenciled all the way around the whole box - love how it came out. The punch was perfect for this.
I hope everyone enjoyed my post and thanks so much for stopping by. Be sure to check out our FB page as well. We love to see what you can do with your Kreaxion punches or products.
Sher Brown here today.. My project for the day is a manly card with a decorative envelope.
For my card I used Kreaxions Punch 903 C insert for both of my corners. My hubby just loves fishing, so I know he will be delighted when he sees this card.
I decorated a plain white envelope to match my card. This is the back side. At the tip of the envelope in the middle I used the C insert to get that great decorate corner. For the sides I used insert A.
Charity here now with the great Father's Day card.
She used the negative left from punching a strip of paper with #307 to make the pyramid shaped border on the top and bottom of her Father's Day card.
Ginni is here with a Father's Day card also.
She used Kreaxions Punch #907 to punch and create the banner.
She used Kreaxions Punch #907 and Template B to create the inside mat.
Bev is here sharing her guy page.. the 3 older guys in her life.
She used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to make not only a full circle but a ring circle also.. so easy and versitile a tool... the best circle cutter ever.
Lisa is sharing her guy page "Gone Fishing"
I used Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch #310 with insert A for the top and bottom border and punched once on each side. I also used Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch #311 with no insert for my yellow border and weaved the fish ribbon through it.
Up close photos show the weaved ribbon.
And here is the punched sections .. in a corner cluster.
Nancy Parker has this amazing Father's Day card to share.
Lisa here to share a fun layout.
I scrapped some more pics from the MSW Houston Crop last summer, man that was a fun weekend!
I used the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch 916 with no insert for my border below the photos and used part of the fall away piece below the journaling. I also used the Circle Cutter and cut 4 different sized circles and stitched those on. I used the My Scraps & More layout sketch #32 for this fun page:
Vicki is here today to share this amazing project.
Here's a unique "card" that dad is sure to love! I altered this empty chipboard ribbon spool to use in place of the typical Father's Day card. It says all the right things and includes tickets for hugs and snuggle time!
The altered spool is now a reel of tickets of love!
I printed the sentiments on cardstock, cut them out, and inked the edges.
Here's a close up of one of the designs you get with the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch 311.
I added lots of manly trinkets to both sides of the spool.
I matted the patterned paper with white cardstock to highlight the punched design.
To believe is such a powerful word. Believing makes the impossible - possible. Whether it is something as simple as figuring out a creating way to use this amazing punch or to doing something you never dreamed you could. I believe I have done both so this is why I created this card.
I used Kreaxion punch 307 and adhered it to the paper back to back to give it the double sided look.
This is a closer look at this punch. Remember it is as easy as cutting a portion off, layering etc and these punches will gives you a variety of looks.
Thanks I hope everyone enjoyed my post for today. Happy Magnificent Monday!!