Tuesday, July 24, 2007

TEACHING Tuesday - July 24

I thought I'd post a little tutorial this morning.


I've seen lots of scalloped cardstock lately and with all the colors, it's difficult to know which ones to buy. If you have a corner punch, you can easily make your own scalloped cardstock or patterned paper.

I used my EK Success punch, and I removed the bottom piece.

Then, it's just a matter of lining your punch up along the edge of your paper. It's easier to do it upside-down as you can see where to punch.

Continue along the length of your paper and you're done!

Sisterhood...a celebration of the he{ART}

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG!!!!
I have that punch, i never kew it could do that!!
Im gonna go try it, !!!

Mis_chicka-bea

Anonymous said...

good idea! i hv the punch but never use it. thanks for teaching! :)

jo

Jean said...

Just love this tip!!!TFS!!

Tracey said...

Thanks for the great tip!!

MsGrace said...

I bought this punch to do this & never have gotten it to work right. thanks for the tips.

Laura

Paula said...

Thanks soo much for this tip. I have this exact punch & now i can make my own scallops. I have the fiskars squeeze ounches but it isn't always easy to line them up!

Melissa said...

Oh my gosh, I had no idea this is what people were doing! I wondered how this effect was done. As usual, it's much simpler than I expected-can't wait to try!