This is one technique that i use on every page and mean every page, since i figured out how to do it. I am a big layerer of pattern paper and using the scalloped technique breaks up all the layered lines of pattern paper.
We have posted how to do this before, but as i am always being asked how to do this, i thought i would put it on here again.
First you need a corner rounder that you take take the guard off, you cannot make scalloped edges with the guard on.
Below are the two corner rounders that i own and use all the time.
Place the punch up against the side of the pattern paper or cardstock that you want scalloped, as shown in the photo below.
Please make sure you practice this before doing it on your paper as it takes a few goes to get it right.
This is what it will look like, after one punch.
Then line up the next one and punch again
THis is a seriously easy way to make scallops. I have used this technique alot on this page and layered all the different sizes and colours to add to the page. Click on the page below to enlarge so you can see all the scallops properly. As it said before i am a big paper layerer and i use it to soften the lines of all the pattern paper.
Thanks for looking all this week. Dont forget to leave a comment on one of this weeks posts to win the Provo Craft tin and a set of pattern papers that have been used in this weeks blog.
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