Circle Punch Sun Long Island City NY

In the folloiwng article, we will share with you the idea of using circle punches to create 3-D sun accents. Here's a step-by-step instruction to help you create them at home.

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Circle Punch Sun

In the "Tools & Techniques" column of the May 2009 issue of Creating Keepsakes, I shared the idea of using circle punches to create 3-D sun accents. Here's how you can create them at home:

 

circle punch sun

Step-by-Step Instructions

step 1 - circle punch sun

1. Punch 9 circles from cardstock using a 1½" or 2" circle punch.

step 2 - circle punch sun

2. Use one of the punched circles to create your base and fold the remaining eight circles in half.

step 3 - circle punch sun

3. Adhere the backs of the folded circles together to create your dimensional circle.

Appeared in: May 2009

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