Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Batty for this matted peek-a-boo punch idea...

I made this card for a Halloween challenge recently. While I was making it, I decided I "needed" to have the "Frankenstein" paper punched through to the bottom as a window, and I wanted a double matted look on top.

I love how this looks in real life -- it is so dimensional!

This is so easy to do! Here's how did it.:



Line up the base cardstock and punch window.

Place top layer under punched area, and trace the window with a pencil.


Punch on lines. Keep the layer in the punch.



Using the lines as a guide, move the punch slightly to the left and punch again (you are making the window slightly wider.


  • Repeat on opposite side.

  • Use punch to trim any uneven edges.



  • Layer on card as desired.








Stamps: Stampin' Up!, Batty, Sanded Background; Designer Paper; Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Charcoal Grey, Whisper White Cardstock; Black ink; Glitter Jimmies



7 comments:

Etha said...

Well that's pretty neat! Thanks for showing in pictures ;)

Princess Matilda said...

Oh, wow. Thanks for the directions! Definitely on my "must try" list! Love the card too, very cute.

rozie640 said...

Wow, that is a nice look, I just love that word window punch. Love your "frankie" card too. Don't ya just love Halloween cards?

Stefanie said...

Super cute Pat! I love the way you made the window.

Lisa said...

great Halloween Card Pat!

Anonymous said...

Oh, that is one cute card Pat! I Love the way you matted the middle Frankie in the opposite color of the other two..... cute idea with the punch.
Had surgery last Tuesday, still in a cast and learning to be Left handed....dying to stamp!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!!
Shelly Schmidt

beate said...

Super cool!