Thursday, 19 April 2012
My new favourite!
You're going to love the new border punches from Tonic Studios!! I've used the gorgeous new Victorian Border on the bottom of the actual card - the fantastic geared system in these punches means they punch through card and paper equally easily - and also on the matching designer paper above it. I just know I'm going to be using this punch lots...
I'll be showing you the rest of the new range over the next week or so, so keep your eyes on the blog.
The other Tonic Studios punches I've used on the cards are Butterfly Strip (you can see how I made the circle using it HERE) , Dotty Border for the rosette, Petal Pairs for the centre and, of course(!) the Multi Detail Butterfly.
For the little corner bookmark I've used the same Moorish paper, Petal Pairs and Dotty border.
Tonic Studios are promoting their Facebook site. For every 1000 likes they get (capped at 5000) they will enter all the followers into a draw to win £100 worth of Tonic prizes. If you are not already a follower, check it out HERE! Remember to share the post on your facebook wall to spread the word.
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Wow Ruth - I just love this card it is colourful, simple elegant and fussy all at the same time. I am new to your blog but I shall be returning as I really like your style. Will pop over to your digi stamps later. Cheers AnneReplyDelete
Beautiful card Ruth. Debs xxReplyDelete
Love the combination of pink with black gingham and that Victorian border is really pretty. The dotty border is still my favourite though!ReplyDelete
Very pretty Ruth!ReplyDelete
Hope you are keeping well!
Smashing and who wouldn't love it. Great scalloped edge. xxxReplyDelete
Ruth this is so pretty sunch an unusual card really love it. Alison xxxReplyDelete
Ruth, this card is charming. Delicate edges!ReplyDelete
The butterflies lace is adorable and the pink colour offers a brand new positive spirit for everybody!ReplyDelete
love it and you!
Hi Ruth, love your card and bookmark, the border is gorgeous and so is the rosette. Hugs, FreaReplyDelete
Beautiful card and bookmark, Ruth! I love that colour combo!ReplyDelete
Stunning card and those punches are just beautiful. Can't wait to see what else you have to share.ReplyDelete
these are gorgeous ruth.i love how you have used the punches and stunning colour combo :DReplyDelete
xx coops xx
Ruth ever post you do is an absolute pleasure to see and read. I honestly think there is nothing you can't do with a punch. This card and bookmark are beautiful. I was at the Craft show today with my sister and Maddy (Izzwizz). Im cream crackered, broke and achy but loved every minute of it, lol. Hmmmmmm, I seemed to have spent more money this time round though.....I wonder if that has anything to do with my sister's new venture into crafting? It seemed like a lot of beads and jewellery making bits and bobs were being bought by me but went home with her! Hmmmmm??! Heehee. Lee xReplyDelete
Gorgeous card and bookmark Ruth, fabulous punch work and colours, love that victorian border.ReplyDelete
Stunning projects Ruth, love the eyecatching colour combo. My friend, Alison has that butterfly strip punch, I have punch envy! xxReplyDelete
Hi Ruth, what can I say except you were right this new punch is just gorgeous and has just joined an increasingly long wish list. It was lovely to see you at the show and thanks for saying hi!!ReplyDelete
I see this was one of those I missed Ruth, Blogger didn't give me any updates the end of last week and I missed no end, so aplos I'm so late getting here.ReplyDelete
As you might guess I love it, the colours, butterflies and I'm happy.