Monday, 13 June 2011

Scallop Circle Card

Hello Everyone

OK - back to the pretty after my last grundgy post. More Springtime Vintage projects from my sample displays. Now I learned how to make this card from Teri Pocock, a very talented crafter who I have mentioned before.



Using the scallop circle die, you half cut the front of the card and fold back to create the fancy fold. Then time for lots of layers of DSP and cardstock...

The flower is made with the Fun Flowers die - which I just love - cut and embossed using the Big Shot. I used Whisper White cardstock and daubed with Certainly Celery ink.


This card gives such a great 3D effect - I loved learning how to make it.

Now I am off to enjoy myself - it is my birthday today!

8 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday Elizabeth, I hope you have a wonderful day :o)

    Thanks again for the great Mini Scrapbook Class last week. I really enjoyed it.

    Julie x

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  2. First of all...HAPPY BIRTHDAY! This card is so pretty with all of the layers! Love the fold technique too!

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  3. Love the big Scalloped opening..... Looks very beautiful & nice... :)

    Ash... :)
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  4. What a beautiful card Elizabeth! I love the colors & how it's made....I'm going to have to give this a try someday! Awesome job as always Hun & TFS!!!

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  5. Happy Birthday and I LOVE your 3D card absolutely stunning

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  6. WOWZA!!!! So glad I stopped by! I have got to try this!!

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  7. Love the fold...that is really very beautiful!

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  8. Happy, Happy Birthday, Elizabeth! Even though I am a wee bit late! Hope you had a wonderful day! What a beautiful way to celebrate your big day with your awesome card. Love the style and the colors are great! Can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for sharing! :)

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