CIRCLE PIERCING TUTORIAL
Here's what you'll need to get started:
Plastic Canvas Mesh Shape- Round
(you can find these at your local craft store in the needlework section in several different shapes)
An Assembled Card Front
Step One: Place card front onto piercing mat.
Step Two: Using grid on the center of the plastic mesh, line up the outside of your patterned paper circles or other circular element. Pierce around the entire element using the mesh shape as a guide. You can pierce the circular element, or pierce around the outside of it as I did.
Step Three: Remove mesh shape guide to reveal your piercing.
Step Four: Pierce around all the patterned paper circles, and attach the card front to the card base to complete your card.
STAMPS USED: Spring Fever (There She Goes)
***I also made a scrapbook layout inspired by the card above! Aren't my fellas gorgeous?!?***
STAMPS USED: Chemistry (There She Goes)
That's it for me! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Give this technique a try, then come back here to link your project that incorporates Circle Piercing below. Thanks for stopping by, and I can't wait to see your creations!
Stamps: Spring Fever, Chemistry (There She Goes)
Papers: Bermuda Bay, Kraft, PTI White, Lil' Man DP (Cosmo Cricket)
Inks: Bermuda Bay, Rich Cocoa, Sahara Sand
Accessories: dimensionals, circle punches, circle piercing guide, nesties, big shot, scissors, border punches, ribbon, sponge dauber, sewing machine, silver pearls