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Scallop Punch tutorial & winners January 3, 2008

I’ll start with the winners.  I used Random.org to generate winning numbers & will email all the winners:

Winner of sketch challenge is Nancy Morgan. Here is her card she made for the sketch: 

         

  • 9 Winners of Hot Chocolate Treat boxes are as follows:

#9 — Rachel

#15 — Jo

#17 — Jeanna

#19 — Jennifer

#28 — Tracy McKenna

#31 —  Lorie

#35 —  Cathy

#38 —   Beth

#46 —   Val

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Scalloping is in, but are you getting bored with using your Corner Rounder Punch and Slit Punch.  Here is a way to create smaller scalloping using Stampin’ Up! Supplies.  

SCALLOP PUNCH TUTORIAL:

STEP 1 — Supplies are just a Scallop Punch, your choice of CS, and Paper Snips.  Punch out a scalloped piece.

scallop punch tutorial step 1

STEP 2 — Make a single cut (in between 2 scallops) toward the center of the piece.

scallop punch tutorial step 2

STEP 3 — Carefully start cutting along the scalloping.

scallop punch tutorial step 3

STEP 4 — Finished cut piece which you can bend to fit any shape you are looking to add some scalloping to.  Cut out as many as you need.  One cut piece will cover appox 4-3/4″.  Adhere to your creation.  I applied Snail to the back of a  piece of CS and applied the scalloping that way (so the cut line I made was hidden and only scallops showing).

scallop punch tutorial step 4

Here is a sneak peek upclose pic of a card that I will be featuring on my blog tomorrow at 9:30 am EST that shows the scalloping:

scallop punch tutorial sneak peek pic

CONGRATS TO ALL THE LUCKY WINNERS.  THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT AND VISITS TO MY BLOG. 

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24 Responses to “Scallop Punch tutorial & winners”

  1. Savitri Says:

    Very cool idea. Wil have to try it out!

  2. Cathy Says:

    Love the card. Great colors! Congrats to all the winners! I won whooo hooo! I could use some hot chocolate right now…it’s so cold here. Love the tutorial on the scallop punch. Very creative and was so easy to follow. Thanks for letting me play.

  3. Pesc Says:

    Wow! This is a neet trick! I have to try that! Thanks for sharing with us 🙂

  4. winthrop84 Says:

    Who would have thought? That’s an awesome way to add some punch to a card. TFS!

  5. Very clever – I will give this a try for sure!

  6. Estivalia Says:

    thank you for the tip, this might be the little “push” I needed to finally get this punch ; )

  7. Dawn E. Says:

    Congrats to the winners! Thanks for another great tip! Can’t wait to try this one now!

  8. Lori Craig Says:

    I {heart} Nancy! Congrats to all the winners. 🙂

  9. Diane Lapointe Says:

    Congrats to all you lucky winners!!!

  10. Rose Ann Says:

    Nancy’s card is darling!

    Thanks for the new way to use those scallops! It’s awesome!!!

  11. Taylor Says:

    Wow MJ… you are so clever! Oh to get inside your head for just one day! 🙂

  12. Charmaine Says:

    Gorgeous, Mary Jo! I miss that stamp set! Love that you used it!

  13. Jennifer Scull Says:

    you are so very clever! and here I’ve been getting out my rusty ol’ scalloped edge scissors to cut mine! 🙂 you’re just the smartest thing!!!!

    congrats to all the winners! enjoy your choco treats and the pretty creations!! 🙂

  14. Beth M Says:

    Congrats to the winners! I love the scalloped idea and can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Heather P. Says:

    So cool… What a great idea!

  16. Charlene Austin (SCS - Willow01) Says:

    That is fantastic! Thanks for that.

  17. Beate Says:

    You are so smart! Great tutorial MJ.

  18. Shelley Says:

    Wow – I must say when I 1st saw this paper in the preview brochure I wasn’t keen on it… BUT this card has changed my mind! (Love the stamp set! One of my faves!) Lovely card indeed!

  19. Absolutely amazing! I ran downstairs to try this out. this may even be better than chocolate! Janet in NC

  20. Rachelle S. Says:

    I have another little tip that would make this technique even easier & quicker. Punch out a circle with the 1-3/8″ circle punch first, then turn the scallop circle punch over & punch, lining it up so you have a little “frame” (with the circle already cut out of the middle) then you’ll already have the middle cut out & you won’t have to cut it out with scissors. Then all you have to do is snip one side & bend it so it lays straight. I hope this makes sense. I love punches!

  21. Deb K. Says:

    You amaze us all again, MJ. I’d ask if you’re up late at night thinking up all this stuff but I know the answer to that. *wink*

    Can’t wait to try this!

  22. MJ you are a genius!!!
    Love your idea. Never thought of it or saw it anyhwhere.

    Thanks for sharing it.

  23. […] make the scalloped edge I used my own modified version of Mary Jo Albright’s tutorial.  She punches the scalloped circle then cuts in to the circle and around the edge.  Now if she […]

  24. Nikki Murphy Says:

    OMG! I love it! Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing with the rest of us! Nikki


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