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! πŸ™‚ 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


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 myΒ  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.Β 

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..Β  The card base isΒ  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! πŸ˜‰

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,

15 responses to “Ways to Use It Challenge – Scallops

  1. This is soooo cute Julia!! LOVE the ribbon how you sewed on it! Love the colors too! Fabulous job!

  2. So cute, J! I love the flower on the tab and the stitching on the ribbon!

  3. Very sweet! I love the stitched-on ribbon.

  4. I have this stamp and it is one of my favorites! I love those colors together too and I love the scallops!

  5. Great colors and I love the Prima on the tab! I’d like that bowl of cherries right now…YUM! πŸ™‚

  6. love all of the stitching, very pretty!

  7. nancy littrell

    Just love the fresh and crispness of your gorgeous card. Your scallops, eyelets and sewing add so much to your beautifully colored main image. Yep, you are the queen of scallops and…….sewing πŸ™‚ TFS. P.S. I am getting real close to breaking down and getting a mini sewing machine πŸ™‚

  8. What a beautiful card!

  9. So pretty! Love all the stitching!!!

  10. Very pretty! Love all your fabulous stitching and that beautiful Soft Sky Flannel background!

  11. I love this layout and the stitching and the Cherry Blossom prima and aren’t these new colors great!?!

  12. Very nice! I’ve been doing scallops both with slit punch and corner punch! how clever you are!!! Hope your son is recovering from his ADVENTURE! never a dull moment, huh??

  13. This is great! Love the stamped image. πŸ™‚

  14. So pretty Julia! So many beautiful details…you even pierced on the little round tab. Sigh…..


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