Martha Stewart Punch All Over The Page

If you're an indecisive gal like myself and can't decide if you want your embellishment here or there, then the-ever-so-brilliant Martha Stewart Punch All Over the Page Punches are the perfect thing to add to your collection. I love that these punches go anywhere. No more fighting with a restrictive guides—you can set that baby wherever you want!

Today we are treated to a post that packs a punch as guest blogger Deb Routledge shows us just what today's steal can do!

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I was so excited when Kristy asked me to feature as a guest designer for ScrapbookSteals it only took me a second to reply! I was even more excited when I realized I was to work with these fantastic Martha Stewart Punch All Over the Page Punches. I love to punch and these new ones are right up my alley!

First, I created some wall art for my new craft room. I created the letters on my Cricut using the Storybook cartridge from a former "steal," the Authentique Uncommon 6x6 pad. I then punched out lots of flowers and leaves in the same papers. This is something I love to do as it gives such a perfectly coordinated look to the project.

To give more definition to the punched out flowers and leaves I dry embossed them on a foam pad using an embossing tool. When I am happy with the look, I layer them.

I also created this gift bag with matching notebook.

It is so easy to create pretty flowers with these punches to embellish any project. I totally love the whole coordinated look it has.

Because these punches are all around the page punches you can also use them to create apertures in your layouts, making them the most versatile punches around. If you're looking for a tool to create your own coordinated embellishments that will also be useful for achieving a layered look, then these are the tools you need!

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Deb. Absolutely unbelievable. You have got the talent girl. Thank you SO much for sharing your creativity with us today. I think when it comes retreat time I'm going to have to park my behind right next to you so that I can learn from the pro!

That's it from the ScrapbookSteals blog this week, but be sure to check in on Monday for a super fun Monday Card Madness!


<3 Kristy

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