Sunday, August 9, 2009

Scalloped Circles

There are several truths in life and one of those is that a stamper can never have too many punches! LOL! How about some scalloped circle action on the card fronts? I just love scalloped circle punches and we have three sizes which can be used in sooooo many ways. Here are a couple of quick and easy cards that use those wonderful punches.

Card parts: Cardstocks: White ultrasmooth and Brown; Palette Inks: Beaux Arts Blue and Burnt Umber; TAC stamps: Swirlies and Birthday Wishes; Punches: Mega Scalloped Circle, Super Jumbo Scalloped Circle; Other: Pop Dots

Card Parts: Paper and cardstock: white ultrasmooth, bazzill red violets and genevieve (retired); TAC Stamps: Simply Divine; Ink: Palette Noir; Punches: Giga Scalloped Circle, Mega Circle; Other: Aquacolor Crayons (love them!) and water mister (check out dollar stores for small cheap mister bottles and use them with your aquacolor crayons - awesome!)

Happy Stamping!!!


  1. Love your cards. Being a mass producer- I can really see me 'lifting these. Thanks!!

  2. These are great, Seleise! I'm luvin' the swirlies on the 1st one, and REALLY diggin' the watercoloriness of the 2nd :)

  3. Great job Seleise!! I love the first card with the swirls and scallops!!

  4. Awesome cards chick! I really like your color combo's! Great designs!

  5. Both cards are great. My favorite is the first one. Looks elegant and would be easy to mass produce!


  6. Oh wow, love the top card Seleise, something about it, it looks so elegant.

    Your right, no papercrafter can ever have too many punches!

    :) Marcia P

  7. These are both so pretty & elegant!!!! Gorgeous!!!

  8. Beautiful cards! I love how you used the punches!! They always add to a card!!


  9. Fantastic use of the punches. Great cards! rita w

  10. These are both so cool! I'm a totally punch freak so can appreciate both cards but I'm LOVING the first one - those swirlies are awesome!!


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