Monday, January 12, 2015

Thanks for your Service -MUSE

One for the GUYS!

I wanted to showcase punching
with mini punches
inside of circles to create a ring around your circle.

If you still have mini punches, try it out!

Thanks for coming by.

I have six brothers...(and one sister)
Half of my borthers went military, half didnt.

One was in the Army
One was in the Marines
One was in the Air Force!
How Patriotic is that!

Paper Smooches Sentiment

Posting to MUSE

Vicki Dutcher said...

Well done! You punchy girl you ;)-- Thanks for joining me over at Muse again - I love it!

~amy~ said...

You're amazing.

Kristie Goulet said...

Awesome! I learned something new about you today. Six brothers and one sister. WOW!!!

Ardyth said...

You are awesome - I love this new technique that you've come up with! It's perfect for the Muse challenge! So glad you joined us!

Tracey McNeely said...

Seriously brilliant--how you lined this so perfectly is amazing to me. Wow!

Bo┼╝enA said...

simple solutions are the best. It is simply brilliant. Thank you for the great idea. Cards are unusual and beautiful.

Barb Ghig said...

You are so clever, Kimberly! I love how 'perfect' each of your examples are...sure wish I had seen this post before I bought the die :) Thanks for the step by step on your technique ~ As always, your card is fabulous!

Kim Heggins said...

Kimberly...fabulous card and thank you so much for sharing your technique, looks like fun and love the end result.

Kara Lynne said...

Fantastic patriotic card and I love that technique with the tiny punches!

Joyce said...

Love this card, and what a fabulous technique--you did a great job with the spacing.

Lisa Lara said...

oh thanks for sharing Kimberly. Smartie. Love your card for the Muse challenge. I'll have to try this.

Monika Reeck said...

May I tell you my friend
I am not feel tired to catch up all your post and I am not wrong
I see this great idea you tell us..
I LOVE YOUR CARD it is clever made
and I have that puncher too the tulip the star and the heart and it is not SU but I HAVE and circle cutting I bought it was from Japan too and I use it on some of my card..I will use your tutorial one day and will give you know if I use yours...Lovely post my friend I LOVE YOUR CARD and idea..

Dorcas98 said...

Ok I might be missing this but how did you get the starts and hearts so even around the circle????

Roz from Illinois said...

I also want to know the trick to getting the punches evenly spaced.

Colleen said...

Never too old to learn something new. Love seeing them ilitary cards. Great job.

From her photos, looks like she done one punch and then moved her punch to where it lines up on just 1/w of the first punch that she done and just kept lining up her punch just enough over to where it lines up in middle of previous punched out star or heart.
I guess it just takes practice.

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