Wednesday, January 5, 2011
More fun with PUNCHES!!!
I had this Damask sticker lying around and I had already adhered it to the basic black cardstock. So I decided to dig it out of my stash and create something with it.
Sorry, I can't remember who makes it. BUT if you have some pink ink and a lovely stamp you could probably accomplish this with no trouble.
Back to the punches; the theme of this post...
I used a 2 inch scalloped oval punch (Blushing Bride) and a 2 x 1 3/8 inch oval punch (Whisper White). I placed the oval punched WW at the very top of the scalloped oval. Then I punched with my slotted punch and ran my ribbon. With the WW oval high like it is, I could stamp my sentiment below.
Get creative with your punches. Remember, nothing is etched in stone somewhere that says, "punches should always be centered". Hope you'll try this.
Have a terrific day!
Betty aka ZacksNana
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