I have had many of these for a very long time but just recently got into using them. I have found more of a use in my card making then my LOs but on my really traditional pages I can usually work them in.
Tips: if you are looking to do a boarder I would suggest starting at the centerpiece of the edge you are looking to punch. Then moving out to each edge. This will center the design.
IF you can not see the design on top just simply flip it over and look through the holes for the punch to line everything up to get a strait design with multiple punches.
Hope these tips help!
Used in this card: Western Girl Birthday Invitations
This is my first border punch from Fiskars and I love it! I've seen others use it, and couldnt wait to have one. I also was crazy enough to keep all the little flower centres I punched out and I'll use them in another lo - good value hey?
Very pretty little vine along the borders, and I think its great!
Used in this layout: She's got the cutest little babyface
this has got to be one of the pretiest borders they have. i just love it, it is worth the money and the punch comes out greaand the lt overs can be used for otcts or add to thoyou are working on. thre so many posssbilites with this punch, it adds a litle elege to your project. i recommend it, go ahead and buy one you will not be sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! happy cropping!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was unaware I already had one and due to the expense of returns I will give it to my sister or daughter. I guess I like it. It's been awhile since I've used it as have to keep putting my scrapbooking away. I have to learn how to use these right!!!
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