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This collection just doesn’t get old!  Thanks for stopping back for day three of my October Afternoon Woodland Park feature!

“You are my sunshine” — Featuring the Tonic Simplicity Pattern Daisy Border Punch & MultiDetail Butterfly Punch

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October Afternoon – Woodland Park Collection – “huckleberry hill” paper, “gooseberry falls” paper, printed chip shapes, word stickers, label stickers and wrap pack.

Other – kraft cardstock, turquoise cardstock, green cardstock, scallop circle punches, circle punches, mini adhesive pearls

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“follow your heart” — Featuring the Tonic Simplicity Pattern Dotty Border Punch

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October Afternoon – Woodland Park Collection – “huckleberry hill” paper, “birch hallow” paper, printed chip shapes and wrap pack.

Other – SRM Press “We’ve Got Your Sticker – Sweet”,  cream cardstock, coral cardstock

I’ll have two more sweet cards to share with you tomorrow to wrap up my October Afternoon feature week!  See you then!

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We’re adding four new punches to our collection of Multi-Detail Lever Punches – Snowman, Christmas Tree Flutter, Snowflake, and Fairy Flutter!  These punches will be available mid-late July, so be sure to check with your favorite scrapbook store!

Fairy Flutter

Also featured: Border System & Doily Edger Punch.

Also featured: Border System & Scallop Edger Punch.

Snowflake Flutter & Snowman

Also featured: Border System & Doily Edger Punch.

Christmas Tree Flutter

Also featured: Border System & Doily Edger Punch.

Also featured: Border System, Lace Edger Punch, & Ticket/Tag Duo Punch.

Card Projects

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Hooray!  Josie turned one at the end of March – perfect time to put  my cupcake punch to use.

  • For the border, I simply punched the cupcake at 1″ increments into a 1 1/4″ strip of pink cardstock.
  • I then mounted my cupcake strip onto a strip of green cardstock.
  • I took a scrap of green cardstock and punched another cupcake – then using a 1 1/4″ circle punch, punched it out and layered it on top of some larger circle punches (1 1/2″, 1 3/4″, scalloped 2″).
  • I wanted to ground my title a bit so I cut a 6″ circle using the Shape Mate circle cutter and set my title on it.

While I had my cupcake punch out I used up some of my scraps and made a few birthday cards to have on hand.

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Here are a few springy ideas for your Tonic tools.

dot border created using the sewing holes punch

On this page, I added some dimension by using the sewing holes punch to create a simple dot border.

combine the ShapeMate ovals with the ShapeMate wavy borders to create some classy Easter eggs

I combined the ShapeMate ovals with the ShapeMate wavy borders to make these Easter egg embellishments. I chalked the edges then added some rhinestones and flowers for a little extra dimension and detail.

these funky flower petals were created using the smallest ShapeMate oval and the stem was made using the ShapeMate wavy borders

This layout is not my usual design style, but it turned out to be one of my favorites. I designed the funky flower using the smallest ShapeMate oval for petals and the wavy border to make a stem.

create this photo collage by adhereing photos in a row and then using the ShapeMate wave borders to trim the tops and bottoms

Create a photo collage by adhering photos in a row and then using the ShapeMate wavy borders to trim off the top and bottom edges.

make a quick spring card using the sewing holes and butterfly border punches

Make a quick spring or mother's day card using the sewing holes and butterfly border punches. I placed coordinating colored circles behind the butterfly punch-outs so they would blend with the patterns I chose.

Add a touch of chic to your layouts with ribbon - super easy using the ribbon slits punch

Add a touch of chic to your layouts with ribbon. It's super easy using the ribbon slits punch!

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