Posts Tagged ‘handmade’

Thanks for stopping by this week to take a peek at the October Afternoon feature – it’s sure been fun creating with Woodland Park!

Here are a couple more cards as we finish up this week’s feature:

“BEAUTIFUL” — Featuring the Tonic Studios MultiDetail Butterfly Punch

For this card, I angled the butterfly punch a bit before punching the butterfly from the front cream cardstock piece.  Rather than using the detailed butterflies I punched out, I used the negative images left in the cream cardstock and matted over this simple pattern.  

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October Afternoon – Woodland Park Collection – “huckleberry hill” paper, printed chip shapes, and flower sack.

Other – cream cardstock, mini blue adhesive pearls




“HUGS” — Featuring the Tonic Studios Border System, Sewing Holes Punch, & Doily Edger Punch

Tip – for the pattern strips, I adhered them to a scrap of cardstock along the top edge — then they stayed in place as I punched the scalloped edge.  

This sewing holes punch is one of the first Tonic punches I used and it’s still one I reach for ALL THE TIME!  

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October Afternoon – Woodland Park Collection – “cat tail pond” paper, “magpie field” paper, “old mill bridge” paper, flower sack, wrap pack, and little flyers.

Other – “SRM Press We’ve Got Your Sticker – Sweet“, cream cardstock, watermelon cardstock, yellow cardstock


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Create adorable invitations, place cards, menus, gift tags, and thank you cards in little time!

This selection of birthday projects features a variety of Tonic punches.

Duo Punch (Ticket & Tag) – item 923

Border System & Border Punches (Cupcake & Sewing Holes) – item 878 & 873

2 in 1 Punch (Smile) – item 881

Ribblet Punch (3/8″ slits, 1/8″ holes) – item 903

Click here to download a step-by-step project sheet.

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