Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Scallopped Edge Tutorial

First, I apologize for the poor photo quality. I did my best.

First, cut a piece of card stock the length of your card (for this one, I cut 5.5")Then place your slit punch as far as it will go...this will ensure your scallops will be the same. Punch, then move your punch over, only very slightly overlapping your last punch. Continue the whole length of the strip.



Now, pull the scallopped edge away from the card stock.



Adhere your strip to the inside edge of your card. You can cover it later if you like.



Decorate your card.


Fini! Now you try!

8 comments:

Di Hickman said...

same thing works with a corner rounder :)

And yep go ahead and use the ATC sketches for cards! love to see what you can do with them!

cndymkr said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I'm a much better learner (is that a word, it should be) when there are pictures.

Pat said...

Great tutorial, thanks!

Barb said...

Thank you for posting this for me... now I don't have to go out and buy one of those corner rounders people keep talking about because I already have this punch! :D

Aunt T said...

What a great tutorial. Thanks for posting.

Tereas

Linda McClain said...

Man, I have the same problem trying to take close-up pix with my camara. We'll have to let each other know when we ge it figured out. It's a great tutorial, though. I love the card.

grandmascraps said...

Thanks for the tutorial on this. I am such a visual learner this really helps. Gail

Jennifer DiMarco said...

Excellent tutorial Michelle! I knew it worked with the corner rounder, but the slit punch too..awesome! I love when there are extra surprises with a tool we already own :) The card turned out beautifully.