Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Hugs and Kisses

designed by Sheri Willshire


McGill Paper Punches: 
     -81041 Silhouettes and Shadows Heart Punches
     -95917 X Large Fancy Square Stacking Lever Punch
     -92092 Lg Fancy Square Stacking Lever Punch
     -95902 2" Square Stacking Punch
     -83300 Corner Rounder

Additional Supplies: 
     -Patterned Paper~ My Mind's Eye ~ Love Me Paper Collection 
     -Kraft Card Stock 
     -Beacon's 3 in 1 Adhesive
     -Small Pop Dots 
     -Red Marker 
     -Sentiment ~ Papertrey Ink ~ Sending You

Project Instructions:

  • Trim a piece of Kraft card stock to 4 1/4 x 11. Score at 5 1/2 and fold in half. Round the ends of the card with the Corner Rounder Punch.
  • Trim a piece of patterned paper to 4 x 5 1/2.
  • Trim a coordinating piece of patterned paper to 4 x 2 and adhere to the botton of the first piece of patterned paper. Round the bottom corners on the Corner Rounder Punch.
  • Punch a shape of additional patterned paper with the X Large Fancy Square Lever Punch.
  • Punch a shape of Kraft card stock with Large Fancy Square Lover Punch.
  • Stamp sentiment on to a 1 x 4 inch strip of Kraft card stock. Using the Square Stackin Punch, create the flag shape on one end of the strip. Adhere to the X Large Fancy Square Shape.
  • Using pop dots, adhere the Large Fancy Square Shape on to these shapes
  • Punch 2 pieces of coordinating Red paper with the Silhouettes and Shadows punches. Trim pop dots to fit behind the Silhouette heart shape. Adhere to the top of the Large Fancy Square shape with Beacon's 3 in 1 Adhesive.
  • (tip: color the pop dots with a marker to match the color of paper you are using).

    We'll be back soon with more creative projects using the complete line of McGill Paper Punches.

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    1 comment:

    Debc06 said...

    Love this card. TFS. Got the green card Pack that I won and have already put them together. Thanks so much.
    Debbie
    http://craftywizard.blogspot.com