Using a Border Punch on a Scrapbook Layout

  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner
Scrapbook layout

Add punched borders to add interest to your next layout!

I used the AdvantEdge™ Punch System and its adapter with the Laundry List border cartridge to punch out 12-inch long borders. Using the AdvantEdge system makes punching these long borders very easy, as the system clicks into place continuously.

 

Photo showing punch and punched border in craft paper

 

Next I trimmed off the top of each border using the Easy Action Micro Tip Scissors No. 5 and then adhered the borders onto my background paper.

 

scissors+ cut borders adhered onto cardstock

 

 

Once I added all the borders I had punched, I layered more patterned papers, and added my photos on top.

 

finished layout

 

 

I also adhered some of the punched borders again. I added some wooden clothespins to finish off the layout.

 

close-up of layout

 

Supply List

Patterned paper, thickers, wooden clothespin, stickers, buttons, tag, pen and doilies.