Punch card made using Wrought Iron Punch by Corner Adorners. Technique and design from class taught by Amy Bowden of Raleigh, NC.
I promise, this is not as hard as it looks. The hardest part is putting glue on the tiny pieces. Punch the corners on the 3 white squares, layer it on top of burgundy square. For the burgundy punches around the card, you just punch the 4 corners of the burgundy paper and then with an xacto knife cut out the wrought iron in each corner. You'll be left with a white frame (to be tossed or saved for another project). On the outmost right and left corners (thinking of the design as a heart), the narrow side of the punch rests on the corner with two of the punches touching to give it that half circle effect. For the four designs around the middle square, you also place the narrow side between the middle square and the square next to it. Send me a PM if this doesn't make sense. Thanks.
Date: Thursday, June 8, 2006 GMT Views: 998