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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Day 2 of Tonic Summer CHA Release Reveal

I hope you enjoyed yesterday's projects and that you left a comment on yesterday's post so that you  have a chance to win the 3 punches showcased yesterday. We are doing the same thing today and tomorrow as well. We are featuring another 6 punches and you have a chance to win by leaving a comment on the next two days. I will pick the winners on July 9th, so please make sure and check back to see if you are winner. (Please note the contest is limited to those in the US.)


You can check out the other 2 design team members blogs as well for another chance to win! Here are the links to their blogs Missy's can be seen here at: http://tonicgallery.wordpress.com/
and Jackie's can be seen  here at: http://shortwizard.blogspot.com/


Today, we are showcasing the Victorian Border Punch, the Doily border and the Floral Border. In the layout below I used the Doily and the Victorian Border.


I even used the border punch on the rosettes.


When making the rosettes I used hot glue and placed them on a circle to give them sturdiness.

I then used the tonic petal pairs to embellish the middle of them.

The other layout showcases the Floral border and the Victorian Border. I also used the Multi Detail Butterfly punch as well.




I hope you enjoyed today's reveal and that you go back and check out yesterday's post for a chance to win that set of punches and come back and see us tomorrow for our final reveal.

Don't forget to leave a comment for a chance to win these punches!!!

Happy Creating!!!



14 comments:

  1. Lovely borders, those rosettes are stunning.

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  2. I love the rosettes! I'm getting excited for CHA now that I've seen these, something I want to buy!

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  3. All the ideas on this blog are terrific! I am always looking for punching ideas. These new ones are going to be so fun. Thank you!

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  4. Those rosettes are so pretty! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance!

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  5. rosettes are awesome! and it looks easy (although I am glue gun challenged) :)

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  6. I love those rosettes! Gorgeous!!

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  7. I love those rosettes! Gorgeous!!

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  8. Those rosettes are just gorgeous! Love Penny

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  9. I love the delicate edge you have on the rosettes by using the punches. So pretty!

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  10. I really need to try the rosettes with punches. So inspiring

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  11. I love the rosettes- they are super cute- I have never made them with a punch before!

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  12. OMG - those flowers are so stinkin cute! I've never seen anything like them!

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