Sunday, September 20, 2009

Punch Scissors


These little scissors are just the cutest thing!!

I can see these on Christmas packages to fellow scrapbookers, paper crafters, or quilters...






Here is the tutorial to make these little beauties...


Punches you will need are:
Word Window
1 inch Circle Punch
3/4 inch Circle Punch
1/16 inch hand-held punch

Other supplies needed:
Brad
(Real) Scissors
Tombo Multi-purpose glue

Paper:
Basic Black
Brushed Silver




















Step 1: Punch two 3/4 inch Circle Punches in Basic Black


















Step 2: Using the 1 inch punch, center it over the original 3/4 inch punch

















Use just the black rings

















Step 3: Punch 2 strips of Basic Black using the Word Window Punch


















Step 4: Punch 2 strips of Brushed Silver using the Word Window Punch

















This is what you should have punched out.

















Step 5: Using Tombo Multi-purpose glue, apply a small amount to the end of the Brushed Silver punchout to adhere the black strip. Make sure they are nice and straight, AND the same size!

















Step 6: Snip off 1/2 inch from the two black strips

















Step 7: Apply a small amount of Tombo Multi-purpose glue to the black ends of the strips

















Double check to make sure they are the same size.

















Step 8: Punch holes in the middle of the strips, using the 1/16 inch hand held punch

















They should look like this...

















Step 9: Assemble both side together using a brad

















Taaadaaaa!! CUTE as a BUTTON!!

4 comments:

  1. Carol, THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! This is just perfect, I will pass this along to all the WeeInkers and will just have to make some of them! Tooooo cute!!!

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  2. You are SO talented ... and your tutorials are AWESOME ... some of the best I've seen!! Thank you for the ongoing inspiration ...

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  3. What a cute idea! Thanks for the great tutorial! Lana

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  4. how about using these on a Back to school page??? Cute idea.. thanks for sharing!

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