Punch Lace & Lattice punch = fun

Yesterday I showed you how the border/corner punches work, today I want to show a layout I just made. Before I get to my work this morning, I took a few minutes to put this layout together. Fiskars new border punches + Making Memories Vintage findings were my goodies of choice. Sometimes, even in creative work, just letting yourself do something “just because” is the best way to keep inspiration flowing.


If I were to buy just one of the 4 new designs of Fiskars border punches – it’d be this one. Cutting the bits off to create a die-cut paper look was easy. I used a craft knife- and I bet that’s the quickest & easiest way. This punch is called punch lace & lattice.


I’ve been playing a lot with ruffles & pleats in paper and ribbon. I’m liking how this would have looked ruffled had I sewn down the middle, but since I sewed the edges it looks more folded. Hmmm, as Becca would say, “I like it.”


I like photo corners made from this punch too.


Now that I’ve had my fifteen minutes of play, I’m heading back into work…

13 thoughts on “Punch Lace & Lattice punch = fun”

  1. this is great. What a great face! Liking the punch, might have to check it out. KJ posted the new fall punches are on sale at Joann’s, so that means the border punches are too!!!
    TFS your sweet daughter with us. 🙂

  2. Yes this is a fun punch but it really reminds me of the apron lace border punch. They should just come out with a corner punch that matched the apron lace border punch. Great LO!!

  3. What a sweet face! I love this new punch! Anything with scallops seems to draw me in. I like the punched out circles wit the writing showing through too & the great photo corner. TFS!!

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