Monday, June 3, 2013

14 Ideas on how to use Scallops!

Scallops are everywhere in the paper crafting world!  From borders to accents to flowers and back again.  Today our ten things team is sharing ideas with you on how to use/create/accent scallops on your projects!

Practical Scrapper Sarah created the scallops on the bottom of this card with oil pastels.


Practical Scrapper Jessica used a combination of mists and modeling paste with a Studio Calico mask to create this custom background. Misting technique inspired by Emily Pitts.


Practical Scrapper Charity used chipboard buttons to make a scalloped border on this card.

Practical Scrapper Jenn C used a scallop punch to create her Punch Art Ladybug.

Practical Scrapper Linda made her layout with a scallop edge paper as a background.


Practical Scrapper Lisa Moen used floss and hand stitched her scallops. She also used a My Scraps & More sketch.

Practical Scrapper Lee-Anne Thornton used her Silhouette Cameo Electronic Diecutting Machine to create different sizes of scallops and layered them on her layout.

Practical Scrapper Wendy used scallop circles to create quick and easy DIY flowers with just a brad, no adhesive needed! 

 
 Practical Scrapper Karen used a scalloped punch and scalloped scissors 
to add the finishing touch to her multi-framed layout.


Practical Scrapper Deborah used doilies to create a scalloped look on her Happy Birthday card

Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean used a 2-inch scalloped circle punch to create this flower.  She shares a tutorial on her blog on how to create this flower.

Create a Scene with Them!  Practical Scrapper Stephanie used her Kiwi Lane scallop templates to create this cute alphabet card for her kids' room.

Practical Scrapper Kenya used a scalloped metal die to emboss a decorative edge to her card and matching envelope.


Practical Scrapper Kelli used scallop punches to create the dress form and butterfly on her card.

2 comments:

LisaM said...

Beautiful work ladies! Love all the ideas for scallops!

Dawn Carlyle said...

Great ideas!