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Monday, January 18, 2010

Scallop Circle Folded Flower


This scallop flower is made using the scallop circle punch and is really easy to do! Carrie Wilson demonstrated it in our last Green Mtn. Stampers meeting. I added a few pictures of the steps to make it but all the credit for this goes to her! I thought it was great and she said I could share it on my blog, so here it is!
Below are her directions and then I have some more pictures of doing it after. I would suggest using Designer Series Paper that has two very different patterns or colors on the two sides for some contrast.

The first picture is the front of step 6, then unfolded and cut in half.


Refold the two halves and you have two opposite halves showing both colors. Punch another scallop circle out of cardstock and put tape all over it.


Start taping down your triangles centered near the middle. You will not see the cardstock scallop at all so don't worry if it overlaps the edges.


Here it is finished and then with the rhinestone brad in the center.


This is the back just to give you an idea about the overlap.


Here is a picture of Carries' flower using the large scallop die cut with the scallop punched circle in the center!


Thanks Carrie for your great technique!

2 comments:

TrishG said...

Cute scalloped flower. I'll have to remember that. I love the one with the large scallop behind it!

e_donaldson said...

Love this! Thanks for doing the photos, they definitely help! I'm very visual lol. I can't wait to try this out!

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