First of all thank you for all your "GET BETTER SOON" wishes. I cant talk yet but never mind.
As I promised last week I am posting the pictures of the EK Success punches. You will see I have drawn a line on the punches to show you where abouts you need to place the edge of your card. Place the card in the punch. lining the edge to the black line. Punch it. Take the card out and line the next edge to the black line and punch that. Most of the time ot will leave you with a solid corner which you can decorate. I
Hope that makes sense.
Glad to hear you're feeling a little better. We have some EK punches and are going to try out your tips for going all around a page.ReplyDelete
Hugs. T & C xxx
Hi Melanie. You must be feeling a little better as you have your craft head back on. I ordered 4 of the punches but still awaiting the arrival of 3 of them. Thanks for the piccies. They will be a great help. Take care. SueL xReplyDelete
Crafty head is always on......just a bit fuzzy at the moment!!!!!ReplyDelete
Good to hear from you... alive and 'crafting' ;o) Missed you on the HOTP shows. Nancy did you proud.ReplyDelete
Take good care of you
Hello Mel so happy to hear you are on the mend and crafting away.ReplyDelete
Thanks, found you after viewing EK programme this morning, 2 May. Do you have any tips for how to work out where to put the black line? Also if we've got different punches to the ones you show above? Or is it just trial & error! Thanks again. EmGReplyDelete
It is just trial and error really. If you watch at seven I will show you how I work it out. X
Thank you for working out where the black lines go on these punches Melanie xXxReplyDelete
Hi Mel, Can you show the lines for the deep edge tulip punch please Suzi xReplyDelete
Hi Mel, found you at last [via Johns blog] so I will be able to follow you as well, the new Brother Scan n Cut looks VERY Interesting, roll on January then find out more about itReplyDelete
Welcome. It is really exciting. Keep popping by for more updates. Xxxxx