Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Quick Card Ideas Using Square Punches and Your Scraps!

I hope you are all having a wonderful holiday season. I can’t believe Christmas is less than one week away and I still have shopping to do.

In today’s video we will make two quick and easy cards using scraps of paper and your square punch. I love finding new uses for my punches. I was inspired by Paper Crafting Tips and Technique magazine (it is more like a book) and hope you will be too! In my opinion, it is a must buy!



Have a great day and please stop back for Fab Five Friday. I'm off to finish my shopping!

10 comments:

Olga said...

Excellent! I had never seen that corner chomper before--or at least it hadn't registered--but it will surely be my next craft purchase.

Crafting Katie said...

I love these ideas, Linda! Your cards turned out so pretty!!!

sandy d said...

I have so many cricut cartridges over 100, how can I use those images in my new cameo? I have not even taken it out of the box yet. I have the expression and imagine but like the idea of the cameo. Can you or anyone help me?

M1kk1 said...

Thank you for sharing the great ideas using the square punches! Beautiful cards,love the patterned paper choices!

tndj said...

What a great idea. Love both of the cards but like the second one best. Have square punches so I am off to give your project a try. TFS

Linda Kaiser said...

Sandy, thanks for the great question! At this point I do not know of a way to use your Cricut images in your Cameo. However, I think it is great to have the option to use both a Cricut and Cameo machine. I love having options!

Linda

Anonymous said...

I just discovered your site and I love when you do videos especially these square punch cards!!

Anonymous said...

To Sandy: I'm a Cricut user as well. I did read over on the Cricut site that they are going to start offering single images for sale. I like this idea. I have some Cricut Cartridges that have tons of things to cut that I know I'll NEVER use. I'm hoping to get a Cameo Silhouette someday soon because you can buy just the SVG files you know you'll use.

Anonymous said...

Linda, as usual, you are the greatest. You always make things so easy to understand. I really like that. Keep up the GREAT videos.

Momof4inArlington said...

Thanks for sharing some fresh idea from "Paper Crafting" with us. Your samples turned out beautifully!

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