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And the assortment of designs are wonderful. I love adding decorative corners to my layouts and cards but wanted to come up with some more creative ways to use these designs. I always like getting the most from my tools!
Each squeeze punch has three designs. You rotate through the designs using the turning knob on the back of the punch.
I enjoy adding decorative edges around my circle punches. The decorative corner punches give me a chance to add lots of intricate detail easily. Here's how.
1. Trim three pieces of cardstock to 2 inch squares.
2. Punch all corners with the same design.
3. Layer and adhere all three pieces together, fanning out evenly.
4. Top with an XL circle punch.
Tip: When using a smaller circle punch, you will need to overlap only two (smaller) squares.
I am loving the banner trend. After making them with triangles, half circles, flags, etc., I'm ready to branch out with more fun designs. These corner punches make this a snap. Here's how.
1. Trim a piece of cardstock into a 2 inch square (or vary size depending on project).
2. Punch two opposite corners with the same design.
3. Fold punched corners diagonally to meet evenly.
4. Using scissors, trim off excess corners as shown.