New Uses for Hole Punches
Carol Scheffler makes a little girl's dainty scrapbook page really come alive.
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Crafters collect tools by the score, but sometimes they get so distracted by what's new that they forget how versatile the old standby tools really are!
12" x 12" pink and white plaid paper (Bo-Bunny Press)
delft blue and white card stock
flower and heart stickers (Bo-Bunny Press) Fiskars scalloped scissors
pink satin ribbon (1/8" wide)
hole punches (1/16", 1/8 " and 1/4" wide)
sticker paper scraps
pink ultra-fine glitter
3 photos that can be die-cut
- Print or write title on white cardstock and trim to desired length. Cut blue card stock to 1/2" larger than title card. (The borders will be 1/4" wide when attached.)
- Using 1/16" hole punch, punch an even number of holes around edge of title card. (I punched 28 holes.)
- Starting in center top, begin lacing ribbon around edge of card. Thread ribbon ends through top two holes twice so that ends end up in front of card. Tie small bow.
- Glue title card to blue card.
- Glue photos to white card stock and trim to desired size. Using 1/4" and 1/8" hole punches, punch two pieces of cardstock randomly, taking care not to punch the photos.