Hi there. I’m back with Part 3 which is the final part on Right Angle Punching. I also wanted to show the trial borders I made up to help me see what the punch outs would look like. I created a card that uses the technique to create a medallion. It’s similar to the cards I’ve made for the past couple of days but this shape is a little bit more complex. How sweet is that Tilda, I just love her hair!! This is from the newest collection over at Magnolia-licious called the Fairytale Collection and this one is #231 Spellcaster Tilda.
For the medallion I used Martha Stewart Layered Arches Corner Punch. On top of that I layered Spellbinders Labels Labels Twelve and Petite Ovals Small with a little curly cue at the top – that’s Flourish Accents.
Stamps: Magnolia-licious – #231 Spellcaster Tilda
Paper: The Paper Company, Paper Studio Pearl, K&Co. Madeline
Ink: Memento – Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Spellbinders™ Labels Twelve, Spellbinders™ Petite Ovals Small, Spellbinder™ Flourish Accents, MS Layered Arches Corner Punch, EK Success Corner Rounder, May Arts Satin Stitched Ribbon, Pearls, Copics
Here are examples of the borders I punched out with the Corner Punches. I decided to do this so because the combination of the two make the right angles for the medallion and this helps me really see :-) I know it boggles the mind – what I didn’t show are the actual border punches too.