Gorgeous card and layout. Great use of the punch as well!
So pretty! Love this technique!
Great inspiration for breaking out my long neglected punches!
Thanks for the great ideas in this video!!!
Love how you used the punch and the no traditional supplies for a Christmas layout.
Great video Lisa! Love that punch.
Video - Seeing Double: Oh Happy Day
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Cardmaking
Welcome to this week's Seeing Double video! Today I'll show you how to create both a background for a layout and dimensional embellishments for a card using the Fiskars Quilt Star punch.
Even though my photos feature my kids on Christmas morning, I've selected the Crate Paper Fourteen collection to use on my scrapbook page. The colors in this line (along with a few other I threw in!) really coordinate well with my photos, which contain decidedly non-Christmas colors of yellow, pink, and red.
The background for my page was created by punching multiple papers and aligning the punched shapes in a loose grid. This design would work well with just about any shape - circles, hearts, squares or stars!
Because I had punched extra quilt stars for my page, I had plenty left over to create a card. I've layered them with punched vellum, stapled the bundle together, and then folded each layer to form a 3D starburst. Strung on a bit of baker's twine, they make an ideal simple adornment for a Valentine's card.
CHALLENGE: Pull out one (or several!) of your punches and incorporate the shapes into a both background AND and an embellishmen. Upload your projects to the correct challenge gallery for a chance to win a 2Peas Gift Certificate. Challenge ends in one week.