Sep 21, 2015

What Else Can You Do With a Stitched Scalloped Circle?


Hello!  It’s the start of a brand new week and I’m kicking it off with two brand new cards.  I’m not always exactly certain what I’m going to do when I sit down to play in my stamp room, but it is always a good time, especially when I’ve got a new Dies R Us package waiting for me to dive into it.

BigScriptsHelloSept2015

So… what else can you do with a Stitched Scalloped Circle?  How about a fan border?
I cut the largest scalloped circle, then cut that in half.  Clipped between all the scallops, leaving enough of a border along the straight edge so it wouldn’t fall apart.  Placed them on the card as shown and covered the edge with a cardstock strip.  The cardstock strip was trimmed with scalloped edge scissors.  This card measures 6 3/4” x 3 3/4”.

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The stamp set I used for the greeting on each card is Power Poppy’s Big Scripts.

Or… how about a daisy?  Making a daisy with a scalloped circle is not a new concept, but it’s just too cute not to share:

BigScriptsThoughtsSept2015

In addition to the Stitched Scalloped Circles, this card also uses Sue Wilson Designs Pierced Flags.  The daisy’s center is a 5/8” punched circle.

The second card features two of the colors from our Use HOT Colors Challenge.

Hot Colors

Use one or more of the colors shown, plus at least one die, then link it up for a chance to win a $10 gift voucher to the Dies R Us store.

In no time at all I have two cards, each very mail friendly, and I had lots of fun making them!  Wishing you a stamp-happy day!

--- Leslie ---

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