31 July 2014
 

Exposing garlic: punch me pretty

[Chapter: DIY + tutorials]

Since I started working on my Exposing Garlic project, I’ve accumulated a pile of garlic paper (aka outer peel). One day I wanted very much to know if this paper can withstand getting punched into shape. It turns out that it can and the results were quite impressive.

So what can you do with the punch-outs? You can certainly glue them to embellish paper crafts or maybe as confetti? Just a thought, though no one will know that they came from garlic.

Comments (11)   2009.10.16
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  1. From Corey

    This is certainly fresh insight for me. Cool!

    2009.10.17 @ 12:32 am

  2. From misstake

    I’m so amazed and I must give it a try!!

    2009.10.17 @ 12:42 pm

  3. From Jennifer

    You really bring out the beauty of garlic.

    2009.10.17 @ 1:03 pm

  4. From M.Kate

    Very interesting indeed but what does one do with it I wonder… :)

    2009.10.19 @ 9:56 am

  5. From Tracy

    The possibilities are endless…! ;o) Happy Day, Clara ((HUGS))

    2009.10.19 @ 11:27 pm

  6. From ILikePaperCutting

    this is so extraordinary. You really think out of the box.

    2010.02.22 @ 12:17 pm

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    2010.03.26 @ 12:59 am

  8. From Heather - Dollar Store Crafts

    Such a cool idea! THanks for sharing!

    2010.03.26 @ 2:33 am

  9. From Lisa

    Hi,

    I would love to put a link to your blog on my shop. Let me know if that’s OK. I have this exact paper puncher and I think what you have done with it is amazing ! Good job =)

    Smile*

    Lisa

    2010.05.07 @ 1:54 am

  10. From Lisa

    BTW

    If you want to see it before you decide, it is

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/lisasu

    2010.05.07 @ 1:56 am

  11. From Jacinta

    Nice! I guess you can also do this with Onion skins? :)

    2012.01.17 @ 1:47 pm

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