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Freaking amazing! I thought it was some complicated motif but now you broke it down, just adhere the pieces! I totally love the final photo of the four columns of chevrons - looks something from the arts and crafts area with Frank Lloyd Wright stuff. Like a stained glass window panel! Thanks for sharing these with us!

Love this idea...thanks for sharing!

WOW ! What an awesome way to use the chevron punch. thanx for the great ideas.

Creative!! Love them all!

You are amazing! Showing this totally sells the punch!

COOL!!!!!!!!!!

all right, I give up already...this punch will be on my next order after seeing these great ideas! Thanks Lyssa for always sharing some awesome tips...you rock!

Thanks for the great ideas with the Chevron punch. It does look complicated but isn't - my favorite kind of idea!

That is so amazing!! I heard that this punch is harder to use in some instances, so I was wondering if you have had any difficulties??

Thank you for he inspiration....beautiful

shoot! I should have known better than to think I didn't need this punch (kinda over the chevron craze) but this is so much more! I love the corset technique of the first card.

Great ideas! Thank you for sharing.

Great ideas Lyssa!

Thanks for all the creative ideas. I bought this punch but haven't barely used it yet. Now I will!

Wow Lyssa...You've really made this punch come alive. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. Super ideas for it's use.

WOW is all I can say! I purchased this punch when it first came out and have never used it. You have given me inspiration to try some "out of the box" ideas. Thanks so much for sharing!

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