15 May 2011

A card using Fiskars everywhere punch

Here is a card i have made using many Fiskars products.

To make this card You will need the following Fiskars products: Fiskars Border punch-leave it to weaver and the NEW everywhere punch starter kit.

1. Cut out a piece Black card approx 7 inches long. punch with the Fiskars leave it to weaver border punch all along the top.

2. Take your everywhere punch starter kit and line up your first square about 1/8 inch from the punched border to cut your first square. Use the guide lines on the plastic magnetic part to align up your card.

3. Punch.

4. Your square is cut!

5. Line up your everywhere punch next to the square you have cut using the guide lines again and continue punching along the card till the end.

6. Then border punch the opposite side of your squares to create your 'film'

7. Cut a long strip of white card that will fit under your 'film' strip and stamp pictures that will create the 'frames' in your 'film' I have used lawn fawn "critters in the burbs" you can buy them here... http://www.lawnfawn.com/products/critters-in-the-burbs These stamp are one of my favourites at the moment!

8. I then coloured them in with copics using G02,05,07, E02,08,29,37,43,47,49,95, YR00,02,04, Y06,08,17, V000,01,04, BV0000, W1,3 and 0.

9. Double side tape the 'film on the the images.

9.Take some patterned scrapbook paper(i used Bella Weddings paper called wedded) and cut out a DL size piece to match the DL black blank card . Tape on.

10. Take a Bella narrative and place inside the card to write on.( as the card is black)

11. Stick the 'film strip' on to your card, along with some Bella gems and a little banner stamped with 'happy days' The stamp is made by MFT stamps set happy thoughts.
You can get them here-

All the Fiskars tools can be purchased from spotlight stores or from http://www.abiscraft.com/


Linda said...

oh my goodness, this looks fantastic!!! I was JUST thinking last night< I wish there was a way to make a film strip LOL!! How's that for fate huh?! I'll defintiely be following you now!

thanks for the amazing idea!!

Lyn Dwyer said...

this looks fabulous Tara....