Simply Beautiful Scallop Circle Maker Border

 Ingredients:

Made using Simply Beautiful Designer-Print Paper  and Simply Beautiful Title Stickers those 2 products are discontinued but you can use any of those to replace:

12×12 Paper
Title Stickers
 or Vellum Expressions
White Cardstock
Wavy Tearing Tool 
Tearing Tool 
Scallop Circle Maker
Circle Maker 
All-Purpose Scissors 
Gold Metallic Pen
Silver Metallic Pen
Corner Maker

How to Create:
Cut a 12″ x 3″ strip of the light blue Simply Beautiful Designer-Print Paper. Use the Corner Maker to round the top two corners. Use this as the base.

Using the Wavy Tearing Tool (the side with the large swells) tear along the long side of the green pattern paper, trim to 12″ x 2-1/4″.

Using the regular Tearing Tool, tear the brown pattern paper,12” x 1-1/4″. Adhere the brown piece on top of the green piece, lining up the bottom edges.

Using the All-Purpose Scissors, cut slits in the green paper down to the brown paper. Roll each of the green pieces down with a pen barrel or toothpick as shown in the photo. Adhere to the light blue base.

Adhere the “Adventure” sticker to the right, lining up the sticker’s top edge with the top border edge.

Using the Scallop Circle Maker (without holes) punch a scallop circle from With the yellow striped paper.

Using the Circle Maker, punch a 1-1/2″ circle from the same yellow paper. Adhere the circle on top of the scallop circle, using Foam Squares. Using the Gold Metallic Pen, make dashes around the scallops and the circle. Adhere to the top left side of the border, as shown.

Punch a solid scallop circle from White Cardstock, using the Scallop Circle Maker. Cut the scallop circle in half. Draw dash lines around the edges using the Silver Metallic Pen. Adhere half of the scallop circle to the edge of the border, slightly over-lapping the sun, as shown. Adhere the second scallop half directly over the first half, using Foam Squares.

Finished Size: 12″ x 3-3/4″

Project Designed by:  Jamie Cripps

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Leonard Marks
    Jul 17, 2012 @ 17:33:00

    great post

    Reply

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