Take a lightweight cardboard stock and punch your circle shape.
The great think about the Martha Stewart Circle Punch is that you can change the size from 6inch until 12 inch, so you are able to create circle pieces in whichever size you like. This is handy when it comes to table decoration as all plates, cups and bowls vary in size.
Punch various sizes according to your table decoration needs.
If you like, you can customise your paper with some POSCA designs. You could also add glitter for a more festive feel.
Set your table with your circle punch placemats and it’s time to party!
Are you enjoying this week of Christmas with the Circle Punch? I hope so!
Today it’s CROWN TIME!!!
You don’t even need to punch a full circle to make cute Christmas craft with the Circle Punch. In this post I will show you how.
To make a crown for a child take an A3 sheet of lightweight cardboard and place your circle punch in the top center of your card. I’ve used the 6 inch setting this time, but if you would like to make a larger crown, please change your setting to the size of your choice.
*P.S. We are so sorry but the circle punch starter kit is now sold out on our website at the moment. But you can find it at certain Tokyu Hands, LoFT, East Side Tokyo and Wrapple stores!
Punch one punch in the center of your paper, and then three punches either side to form a half circle shape.
Use a blade cutter knife and ruler to trim off the sides of your circle punch shape.
Decorate your crown to your liking. I’ve used this cute rose punch, but you could use any punch you like! For a super festive feel, add a snippet of tinsel to the center of your crown.
It’s time to add some gemstones. What crown would be complete without them?! These little gems are from Daiso! Cheap and cheerful, Sandwiches!
Finish your Christmas Crown by attaching the ends of the crown together with bond glue at the back of your crown!
Why not make one for each of your Christmas party guests? Let’s face it – Christmas is more fun with crowns! People might resist at first, but in the end, everyone will love wearing these! And, imagine the cute photos!
Today I’m going to show you how to make a super cute Christmas Wreath for your front door or home decoration!
First, take your circle punch and change to a cartridge of your choice. Today I have used this cartridge. Then switch both of the size settings to 10inches and start punching around a piece of lightweight cardboard of of your choice.
Isn’t this cartridge just so pretty!
Now, take a circle item from your home, a jar, a bowl, a mug, anything that is round and approximately the size shown above. Trace around this circle shape with a pencil.
Cut out the circle shape from the center of your 10inch circle punch piece so you have a cute doughnut shape.
Take some of your other Martha Stewart Crafts punches and add decoration to your wreath as you like! Use tape glue to attach each piece in place.
You can design a Christmas greeting of your choice and print it out on an A4 sheet of paper landscape format, or you can also hand write a lovely message.
Cut your Christmas greeting message into the shape shown above.
Use tape glue to attach the Christmas greeting to your wreath, and if you like, you could add some extra craft punch pieces to the Christmas greeting.
Take some cute string, I’ve used Avril string, and make a hook to tie your wreath.
Add some pearl or gemstone stickers and your wreath is set to go!
Why not make some for your neighbours or friend, too?
Okay, Sandwiches. That was today’s Christmas with the Circle Punch craft idea.