All Over The Page punches are designed in two parts so that you can literally punch your design anywhere on a 12x12 page. They come in all sorts of designs from simple shapes so that you can create windows in layouts and cards, to intricate weave patterns
Louise wanted to create a light, textured layout and chose to go a mixed media route. Using plain cardstock as a base and adding impasto, glimmer mist and glaze to create a soft, textured background, she then created a window with the Martha Stewart All over the Page punch to give it a base. The wings were punched from a transparency, coloured with the glaze and layered with a hot glue gun to give it height. The end result is a soft, shimmery page that is both simple and detailed at the same time.
Danielle adored using the Martha Stewart Punch All Over the Page in the Crochet Flower design to enhance her layout background. Scattered punches across the paper act as sweet windows to a second paper placed behind, chosen to add a colour contrast as well. Along with some paint and mists, the punches patterns created a sweet, arty backdrop for the rest of the layout.
WOW WOW WOW… totally awesome is what Leeann has to say about these all over the page punches. We all know that creating negatives is a super trend at the moment. Using the positive and negative is super cool! Having a punch and being able to place it anywhere you like on the page is a winner in Leeann’s eyes. The possibilities are endless. Just check out how she used that butterfly punch and how she made each one pop by adding pattern papers by Dear Lizzy 5th and Frolic – just gorgeous!
And an extra idea is to make a garland with the positive butterflies by machine stitching them all together and wrapping them around a girly present for someone who’s sweet to you! Like she said “the possibilities are endless”!
Finally check out these beautiful cards. Becca Feeken has created these gorgeous projects using Martha Stewart Punches.