Daily Archives: June 28, 2007

Ways to Use It Challenge – Scallops

I love scallops! I’m sure you’ve figured that out, especially since my theme over the past few weeks (for the most part anyways, LOL) has been scallops. I love the scalloped punches, scallops on stamps, slit punch scallops…they are all so fun. I decided that it would be fun to have a challenge for Ways to Use Scallops today! If you’d like to play along, check out thread WT119 thread on SCS! :) Everyone is welcome. Also, if you missed them, you may also want to check out these past entries…. Slit Punch Scallops Tutorial & History and Scalloped Punches {C’est Bon}.

Bowl of Cherries

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For this card design….I just had to use some more of my new Stampin Up In Colors. I wasn’t sure about this Wild Wasabi color when I first saw it in person, but pairing it up with Purely Pomegranate and Soft Sky….love it! I also wanted to use my brand new Hero Arts stamp that I picked up at Stamp Art. So pretty! I stamped the image onto a piece of Soft Sky cardstock and then watercolored it with my  Aquapainter. It is a little difficult to see, but the cherries were then highlighted with my Sakura Clear Glaze pen to add a little shine.

The sentiment is a clear stamp by Papertrey Ink…from the Little Lady set. I thought it worked perfectly. I first inked up the first part of the stamp and stamped it at the top of my panel and after cleaning it well, I reinked up the last part and stamped it at the bottom. 

For the background, I used one of my favorite background stamps, Flannel Plaid from Stampin Up. I stamped it onto the Soft Sky cardstock with its coordinating ink. I love the subtle texture it adds..  The card base is  5″ square of Wild Wasabi and I adhered the Soft Sky layer and stitched it together. Now here’s where the scallops finally come in…. I created a little scalloped strip using my Slit Punch Scallops and then stitched on a little piece of blue gingham ribbon. For final touches, I punched little tab with my round tab punch & stitched it on. I couldn’t resist adding a little Cherry Blossom Prima to tie in with the bowl of cherries…so cute! 😉

Supply List:

Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky, Purely Pomengranate – Stampin Up

Stamps: Bowl of Cherries – Hero Arts, Little Lady – Papertrey Ink, Flannel Plaid – Stampin Up

Ink: Palette Noir Hybrid – Stewart, Soft Sky, Purely Pomegranate, Wild Wasabi – Stampin Up

Other: sewing machine, Aquapainter, slit punch, round tab punch, ribbon- Stampin Up, brad – Doodlebug Designs, Cherry Blossom – Prima,