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BORDER PUNCH:  This video shows how to use a border punch to make a square medallion.

This video shows how to use a border punch to create a square medallion. This same technique can also be used to make a rectangular medallion.

Gonna have to make a book like this for all my punches

Stamp Owl Studio Tutorial: Medallions using Martha Stewart Corner Punches!

I want to show you a fun little trick today for Punch Art Wednesday. I haven't done one of these cards in a long time & just had to use my Slit Punch before it's retired - that's today gals! I sure hope you have one already.... You need to cut out a circle from your card stock first. Mine is about 2 1/4". My Turquoise card front is about 4 X 5". Insert the Slit Punch inside the circle...

slit punch trick - hmm gotta try this! (may have to use my half circle punch with hammer for this one)

Borders made with corner punches right angle punching becca bits amazing paper grace

Borders made with corner punches. These corner punches are good for more than just corners! Who knew? :) Some could even have a more masculine look.

Making turtle/duck feet with punch...lots of nice punch art ideas

for duck or turtle feet. use a scalloped circle and then an oval punch! Makes a cute tiny tulip type flower too. Stampin' Up! (could also be used as the bottom of a circle balloon.

Using Fiskars Border Punches  to create corners, squares and double punched lace

Using Fiskars Border Punches to create corners, squares and double punched lace

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Stampin' Up! Two Minute Technique: Punch Ideas - Learn how to decorate your Blossom Punch using your Modern Label Punch

Corner punch idea

Corner punch idea

Here's an easy way of knowing where to line up your punch with the stamped image. First, take a close look at each of the petals. Find the petal that has the extra "indentation" in it. You can do the same with the flowers from the Flower Shop (w - 130939 c - 130942) stamp set. Using a permanent marker, mark area onto your punch as shown.

Here's an easy way of knowing where to line up your punch with the stamped image. First, take a close look at each of the petals. Find the petal that has the extra "indentation" in it. Using a permanent marker, mark area onto your punch as shown.

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