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Friday, July 3, 2009

Scallop Edge punch Tutorial

The Scallop Edge punch is a great tool for creating a perfect scalloped edge. Here's a brief tutorial on how to create the perfect edge for this card or any project.Insert card stock and line it up along the grove.Punch the card stock and slide your paper to the left lining up your scallops with the ones on the punch. Continue repeating these steps. When you are done cut your card stock to the length you need.
Tip: The most important thing to remember when using this punch is to line up your paper scallops with the silver scallop edge design on either side of the punch.You can flip your paper and put a scalloped edge along the opposite side.Attach and voila! It's as easy as that!

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Stamps: Heard From the Heart
Ink: So Saffron
Paper: So Saffron, Pretty In Pink, Certainly Celery, Whisper White card stock, Tea Party DSP
Misc: Scallop Edge punch, Scallop Circle punch, 1/4" Certainly Celery Grosgrain ribbon, Square Fire Rhinestone Brads, Paper Snips, Glue dots, Stampin' Dimensionals


Margaret Moody said...

Hi Martha! Stopped by your blog for a visit to see what you've been up to! I LOVE the cards you made showing off the new In Colors! So pretty! Take care and Happy Fourth!