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Making flowers with a Scallop Punch or Big Shot Die

I posted THIS CARD yesterday with a nifty scalloped flower on it.  Pat wanted to know how to make it!!  Well, Pat, since you asked for it, here it is, the tutorial on making the Scalloped Flowers.  You can click on the images to make them larget

I started with two punched out Scallops, I am using two of the 2 3/8 Scallop Circles punched out of the In Color Patterns Stack in Poppy Parade, click HERE to get your share of this paper.  You could also use the scallop on the Pennant Die.  Lay them in your Paper Cutter and use the scoring blade to score between the scallops.  Keep rotating the scallop until you have scored between all the scallops.

Use your Paper Snips to cut up one of the score lines to the middle.

Fold the scored scallops back and forth (making mountain and valley folds) until you have gone all the way around the circle.  Do this to both scallops you punched out.

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Add adhesive to the ends of one scallop and stick it to the ends of the other scallop.  I like the Multi Purpose Adhesive as it has a strong bond but you can wiggle the pieces around before it dries for the perfect fit.


Add a brad or button to the center and your flower is done.  For mine, I cut a small button using the Buttons Sizzlit with my Big Shot and then added a 5/16" White Neutrals Brad to the center.

I added my flower to a little gift box that I cut out with the Matchbox Die and my Big Shot.  I sponged a piece of the Presto Patterns DSP with Poppy Parade Ink for the lid of the box.


Inside, I have a pair of earrings that I am giving to a friend.

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I love making cards but with Stampin' Up!'s coordinating products, you can make so many different things. The Matchbox die is great for making small gift boxes.  Check out these fun ways I used the Matchbox Die, Gift for LisaMini Purse, Mini Dresser.

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