Guest post and photos by Angelika Holz (a.k.a. Freda Fredriksson) from Germany.
Now what to do with all these beautiful little circles?
You can scan them and if you are familiar with a graphic program like Photoshop you can recolor them and add a different background like I did.
But you can also just use your original drawings, cut or punch them, and use them for gifts and decorations.
1. They make beautiful embellishments for gift packaging. You can just use the spirograph circle, punch a hole in it and fix it on your gift with a ribbon. Or you can get creative and combine them with bigger gift tags and other pieces you have at hand. My favorite is the one with crown and wings.
3. You can cut a circle from the center and a slit and you’ve got beautiful glass markers for your next party.
5. You can print or copy them on self adhesive paper, then cut circles and other shapes and you’ve got pretty and very handy stickers and seals.
Check out Angelika’s blog at fredaf.wordpress.com!