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Eileen is making the world a kinder place one card at a time. She studies graphic design and languages of the web but mainly she practices making people feel better with old school snail mail cards that feature photos of this beautiful world and kind and inspiring messages.
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Hold the punch upside down so you can see exactly where you are punching

Hold the punch upside down so you can see exactly where you are punching

Start by printing this .pdf:happy Easter

Easter-print

 

This punch is the 3/8 inch punch. If you only buy 1 circle punch - this is the size to buy.

This punch is the 3/8 inch punch. If you only buy 1 circle punch – this is the size to buy.

Start down the sides of the pages then slice a strip and punch down the side again.

Start down the sides of the pages then slice a strip and punch down the side again.

Punch a 1/8 hole in the tag and hang from ribbon or put a hole in the box and attach with ribbon.

Punch a 1/8 hole in the tag and hang from ribbon or put a hole in the box and attach with ribbon.

For Easter I like to make table decorations so I have included a template that you can print out and punch with a 1 3/8inch punch.

1. Print on card stock with an Easter pattern on one side to make it really easy or copy my template and add your dinner guests names to it and use as place markers for your table.

2. Punch out with an 1 3/8 inch punch.

3. Punch the circle with a 1/4 inch or 1/8 inch punch depending on the ribbon you will use.

4. Decorate and fill small boxes with Easter treats, then add your name tags and put on your table.

Now isn’t that pretty and easy?

Ok I know this is old but I get a kick out of it every year. Happy Easter 🙂

My butt hurts.

My butt hurts.