Monday, March 9, 2009

~Tutorial, Cornering with your Fiskars Border Punch~

Well, I finally got to it!
Took me half the night to upload for some reason,
but I am happy with it.
I grabbed hubby last night and forced him to
hold the camera above me and shoot this tutorial!
I could not do this one with one hand.
I showed the Threading Water Punch, the Apron Lace Punch,
and the Effervescence Punch.
Hope it helps and if you have questions,
maybe I can do a slower close up video!

Oh and don't forget to go by Tracey's blog!
Check out one of my fellow DT members
Tracey and her awesome work and blog candy!
Go leave a comment and tell her I sent ya!

~Have a beautiful Monday~


colosnowangel said...

Thanks for sharing I have had these kind of punches and never could get mine to do that. Thanks for the tips.

TraceyT said...

Thanks a bunch for doing this. Got the tutorial bookmarked! :)

Draw date for the blog candy is Wednesday for anyone else who'd like to get their name in! :)

Thanks for linking me up, Cristal!!

Amy said...

Thanks for sharing - that was a great tutorial and hubby did a good job with camera!!

Katamommy said...

This is a great tutorial, thanks for doing it!

MaRLeNeF said...

Thanks so much for the video, it was so helpful! Marlene :)

Adrienne said...

You're awesome pinky! Great innovation! LOL so glad that you shared... now just to get some of those punches...

StampinCathy said...

Your video rocked. Thanks for the creative tips on how to do the corners from a border punch.

Jocelyn said...

Love this tutorial!!! Thanks so much for all of your hard work on this one!!!! Happy Monday!

Rleen said...

Thank you so much for sharing this awesome tutorial. I'll check the blog can and tell you sent me. Thanks again.

Southernbelle said...

Wonderful tutorial gf! I will try this soon!

Thanks for sharin'!

Jocelyn said...

Thanks for the wonderful compliment about my eyes! I so wish you were right across the street, we could have such fun!!! Keep your eyes peeled in the goodwill! My friend Jen found two of these typewriters at a second hand store. The case was just awful, crumbling and falling apart and smelled musty but the typewriter is awesome! It works perfect, and there is still plenty ink on the ribbon. I guess that will be the next thing I am hunting, ribbons for old typewriters. Love ya~~~

Bree/Reilly said...

that a a great tutorial - thank you for making it.

Heather said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I have the threading water punch and it makes me crazy trying to use it. I am very happy to finally have some clue how to do corners!

mE said...


Thank you for an AWESOME video share!!! I love the tips... just a couple of days ago I was wondering how I could make corners with my Apron lace punch... LOVE IT! Thank you so much!

Inky Smiles!

Bumble Bee said...

Fabulous tutorial! Thank you bunches for showing how to do that! Love your blog!

barbarahuff said...

Martha Stewart just lost a customer! thanks so much for the tutorial. I have the Doily Lace Edge Punch and had spent at least 45 minutes googling for the new coordinating corner punch I had heard about. I couldn't find it ANYWHERE. Now, I don't have to look for it and I don't have to spend lots of $$$$. I will look for further tutorials! Thanks!

Bart said...

Thanks so much. I don't work with punches much, but I will now.