This is how it started..... I had a piece of this beautiful paper left over from a swap and I wanted to make a pretty tab. I turned my punch over and stuck my paper in so that I could see exactly where I wanted my tab to be, then punched. I was thrilled with the cute little tab I had made in seconds thanks to that cool new paper and punch.
Then, I started to look at the piece left over. I couldn't throw it away! I got out some whisper white card stock and started measuring until I got a piece to slide in. You need the width to be 1 7/16 to fit perfect. The height will depend on how long your piece of paper is. You can see my end results here.
Then, I reached for another scrap. :)
This piece started out the same as above, I was going to slide a piece of whisper white in the middle. I ended up cutting this in half and using it on just the bottom of this card , but you could do the same and add one to the top and one to the bottom. It is much easier this way because you can cut your card stock any width you want and just add the accent. No trying to measure the top of one and the bottom of the other.
Later, I cut a piece as long as I wanted, then added the accent tab to the bottom by picking up the punch, turning it over, so I could see, then punching. I then, cut a piece of card stock the same length and slipped it in right under the new tab. :)
You can then trim the bottom part to show as little or as much as you want.
Hope this all made sense. Can't wait to see what you do with your new Round Tab punch!