I made a couple of fun cards using the Scallop Circle Die and the Big Shot machine from Stampin’ Up!

Scallop die It’s difficult to see in a photo WHERE the scallop is, so for demonstrations purposes only, I’m setting an orange scallop on this die, just so you can see where the scallop cuts.

 

 

 

 

   Bib card 1   

 To make this Bib Card, you’ll need to fold your cardstock in 1/2 (my piece started at 5″x11″ – then I folded  it in 1/2)

Then I placed the folded cardstock on the die like this and ran it through the Big Shot machine:

Bib card placement 

Remember, the orange scallop is only there so you can see where the die actually  cuts.. you don’t put a scallop on your die when cutting the folded cardstock.

Bib punch Then once your cardstock is punched out, use the Wide Oval Punch to punch out the “scoop” of the neck in the folded side of the cardstock.

Punch 2 holes with the Crop A Dile and set 2 jumbo eyelets in the holes.  Run ribbon through the holes to look like the strings on a bib.

I used the same wide oval punch to punch out the baby stamp from the Punches Three hostess set.  Ink and c/s: Baja Breeze.

I used a paper piercer to put a hole in each scallop.

    Bib card 2 

The card folds at the top and opens at the bottom.

NEXT…

 Scallop xmas card 

Scallop xmas card placement To make a scalloped card with a folded top like the one above, place your FOLDED cardstock like this on your scallop die, then run it through the Big Shot machine.

 Supplies:  Baja Breeze C/S, Season of Friendship set, Felt Flurry Snowflakes, Chit Chat Rub-ons, Riding Hood Red Taffeta ribbon, Rhinestone brads, Chocolate Chip and Whisper White ink.

 

Snowflake signature  

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