We are a bunch of Stampin Up demonstrators from New Zeealand and Australia who love our Stampin Up punches. We have gotten together to showcase a selection of the punches you can purchasae from Stampin Up. We know we will inspire you and encourage you to use those punches in new and beautiful ways.

Please leave a comment and let us know what you think to go in the draw to win some yummy scrummy punch art blog candy (offer not available to su demos).

You should have arrived here from Andreas Blog, If not don’t worry you can start your journey here and keep moving.

Well I hope you are enjoying all the wonderful things we have on show today. So I have choosen the Eyelet Border Punch… There are a few things you can do with this punch beside use it as a straight border on Cards.

Firstly I would like to show you my Flower using the punch:

All I have done here is simple cut a 12×1 inch strip of dsp, popped it through the cripper and then stuck It down onto a circle which cant be seen… to top it off I add a button for the flower centre..

Next I have used this as a border in this next project.. but not on a card of scrapbook page. I have use the box #2 die which is in the current catolgue and I have jazzyed it up using the eyelet border punch and a small flower

Next I have used the punch as borders for cards but not as you would normally..

First one is called a fence and the Second one is called a medalion

All I have done here is simple cut a 12×1 inch strip of dsp, popped it through the cripper and then stuck It down onto a circle which cant be seen… to top it off I add a button for the flower centre..

 

Next I have used this as a border in this next project.. but not on a card of scrapbook page. I have use the box #2 die which is in the current catolgue and I have jazzyed it up using the eyelet border punch and a small flower

Next I have used the punch as borders for cards but not as you would normally..

First one is called a fence and the Second one is called a medalion

I hope you enjoyed seeing what I have done using the Eyelet Border Punch!

 

Now its time to head on over to Karen’s blog and see what wonderful things she has installed for you!

 

In Case you have lost your way here is a list of everyone who is participating.

 

1. Karen Southwell – www.kareniescrafts.blogspot.com
2. Carol-Ann Torrie – http://queen-of-scraps.blogspot.com
3. Sally Williams – www.sallycancraft.com
4. Julia Leece – www.juliascards.blogspot.com
5. Amy – http://ladybugsanddaisychains.blogspot.com/
6. Melissa Davies – http://beedevinedesigns.blogspot.com/
7. Michelle Dyson – http://www.stampinkpaper.blogspot.com
8. Clare Mcilhatton – www.crafty-cow.com
9. Lisa Bullock – http://daffyscrapper.wordpress.com
10. Pauline Bennetts – www.paulinebennetts.com/stampede
11.Tia Routledge – http://craftingwithtia.weebly.com/my-blog.html
12. Emma Kirton – www.emmakirton.blgospot.com
13. Angie Jones – http://angiescraftfusion.blogspot.com/
14. Andrea Buckland – http://creatingcardswithandrea.blogspot.com
15. Steph Gray – 
https://stampinsteph.wordpress.com/

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