Start off with a punch like this and remove the plastic around the base. It should just pull off. Be careful not to break the plastic though if you want to use the punch again as a corner punch.
Now your punch will look like this. If this punch looks familiar it's because I used it on this card last month. I thought it looked like bubbles and would be the perfect addition to my page.
Once you have punched the length of your paper you will have something that looks like this border! So fun and a great way to use supplies in a different way. I love that! It's not perfect but it adds just a little extra touch to my layout. I also used another supply in a different way than it was intended. The navy blue paper strip is a piece of quilling paper!! It adds to the layout and I didn't have to cut it from a larger piece of paper!
- cardstock- The Paper Studio (Textured Cardstock Brights), misc
- patterned paper- ?
- stamp- Autumn Leaves (Journaling)
- ink- Tsukineko (StazOn-Jet Black)
- tools- EK Success (corner punch), Perfect Layers, We R Memory Keepers (Crop-a-Dile)
- adhesive- Scotch (Quick-Dry Adhesive, ATG), Tombo (Mono Adhesive Vellum), pop dots, Xyron
- pen- Gelly Roll (Clear Star), Zig (Writer- Pure Black)
- Cricut cartridge- Cuttin' Up, George and Basic Shapes
- misc- vellum, quilling paper, We R Memory Keepers (wide eyelets- Buttercream)