Playing around with ideas for an upcoming workshop. Quick and easy yet still showcases a number of supplies. I haven't decided whether or not to include a sentiment - I'm not sure where to put it. My hostess requested a demo of the kissing technique, so the flower is kissed with the Paisley background stamp. TFL!
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2007 GMT Views: 643
Registered: January 1, 2006 Location: Hillsboro, Oregon Posts: 273
Mon, May 14, 2007 @ 10:25 PM
> Sun, May 13, 2007 @ 2:36 AM
>I love it, but let me ask you how did you make a scholloped edge on the brown paper?
I made the scalloped edge using the slit punch. First, turn the slit punch over so you see the bottom. Then slide the long side of the cardstock as far as it will go into the slit punch and punch a slit. Move the punch to the right or left and line up the edge of the first slit with where you're going to start the next one. The right of one slit should touch the left of another and so forth. Keep doing this across the cardstock. You should then be able to pull away the punched section of cardstock to show the scallopped edge. Hope this helps!
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