Monday, August 6, 2012
For the toy, I punched a 2 1/2" circle from white cardstock, then cut it in half for the base. I used SU Pretty In Pink ink and the SU Elizabeth stamp to stamp the pattern on the base. The rings of the toy were all punched using the SU Word Window punch. How did I make it longer and shorter? Very carefully! :oP For the longer layer, I measured the width of a word window that was already punched, then cut a strip of paper that would fit. I fed it thought the bottom of the punch, not the normal slot, then held part of it out of the punch to punch the first end. When the one end had the rounded edge, I took it out, and fed the opposite side into the punch (from the bottom again), then cut at the desired length. A Quik Stick or reverse tweezers can be extremely helpful in this process! The smaller ones were easier, because I just had to shorten them, and didn't have to worry about accidentally cutting it off before it was long enough. I cut one last white Word Window to put up at the top of the toy, and then I was finished! Hope you enjoy! ~Hoppy Crafting!