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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Monogrammed Note Card

Here’s a monogrammed notecard I made, using the MS Punch Around the Page set. Very simply made, as I’m just showing you the “basics” in my following posts. There are endless possibilities for creating cards and LO’s w/ the Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page punches. Let your imagination run wild!! :-)




RECIPE:

Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page:- Swirling Lace
Cardstock
Glue- ATG and Zig Two-Way (for smaller items)


The card base (blue) is 6” x 8 ½”, folded. The top layer (white) is 4.25” x 6”, using the MS border punch on a portion of the bottom. The medallion is cut using a 2” square, using the corner punch. Inserted chipboard “N” in center.

Love that medallion!! Just think what other Martha Stewart corner punches would look like, as a medallion! :-). {Hmmmmm, as a treat, and seeing as I have a whole slew of these li'l critters, I'll punch a bunch and show you, at the end of showcasing this particular punch set. :-) }

Using the corner punch, I punched the folded top edges of the card. If you’d like to know how to do this, here’s how:-

* Line up the open arm of the corner punch to the edge of the paper and silver line, to inside fold. Here’s a pic to further demonstrate:-



You are more than welcome to leave comments on my "card posts", but please make sure you leave your comment, to enter to win this Punch set, on this blog post:-

Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Martha Stewart Punch Set GIVE-AWAY

2 comments:

  1. I love your blog and it is very generous of you to share with us. I tried to post in the other post but it wouldn't let me.

    dj0818@aol.com

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  2. Linda, your card is so pretty and thanks for sharing how to use the punch!

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