Fall/Winter Sneak Peek: New Scallop Edge Punch

Stampin up scallop border punch
It's day three of my Sneak Peek Mini Marathon and I'm simply pumped to show you what I believe will be the "it" tool of the Stampin' Up!'s Fall/Winter Catalog (available Aug. 11).  The new Scallop Edge Punch ($15.95) is a precise and easy way to create scalloped edges and shapes in a snap.  No need to develop one scallop at a time with a Corner Rounder Punch (as I have done and posted about for months).

Stampin up scallop punch 1

Here's a basic photo tutorial on creating the border for today's card.  However, take note.  This little powerhouse offers endless possibilites for scalloped squares, rectangles and more.

Stampin up scallop punch 2

Insert card stock and line it up against the groove.

Stampin up scallop punch 3

Punch and slide card stock either left or right, lining up your newly created scallops with the scallops on the punch.

Stampin up scallop punch 4

Punch and line up until you're done . . . Got it?  Is that sooooo easy?

Stampin up scallop border 5
Are you smiling yet?

The card base is Pink Pirouette (4.25 x 5.5).  All designer series paper used is from the Fall/Winter Level 3 Holiday Happenings Hostess Level III Bundle (plus it includes four Seasonal Icons stamps and Seasonal
Sayings rub-ons in Chocolate Chip and White). 

The sentiment is from the new Fall/Winter release, Heard from the Heart, four long and beautiful stamps.  Great possibilities for using markers to isolate or create multi-colored images.  It's inked in Baja Breeze and stamped on Whisper White.  A Dew Drop (the Cowboy Collection) gives a little extra pizzazz.  Chocolate Chip and Kiwi Kiss is layered below. 

The scalloped edge is in Baja Breeze card stock and I slipped in a layer of Chocolate Chip card stock between the flower paper and the Baja.  The last snippet is a matching piece of Holiday Happenings Designer Series paper, shaped with my Photo Corners Punch and topped with some Robin's nest Dew Drops.

Please leave me a comment on what you think of the new stuff.  I appreciate the feedback!

Hugs and Pretties . . . Mary

Stamp Sets:  Heard from the Heart
Paper:  Holiday Happenings Designer Series Paper, Pink Pirouette, Kiwi Kiss, Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip
Ink:  Baja Breeze
Cool Tools:  Scallop Edge Punch, Photo Corners Punch
The Perfect Touch:  Dew Drops (Cowboy)

COMING UP TOMORROW:  SNEAK PEEK #4

24 Comments:

  1. Love this card! Wish that bundle wasn’t a lev 3 – I love the DSP! Love the In Colors, love the scallops – Oh, Can’t wait to get my goodies!

  2. How lovely! That new paper is very pretty and the scallop punch is a must have. Cute way to dot the “i” in a word with a dew drop.

    TGIF!

  3. Love this, Mary! I’m sure it will be a hit! I love the paper and the awesome dew drops! Hugs, Monica

  4. This card is just great! I love this particular stamp set and of course the new punch!

  5. Loving your sneak peeks ! I love this card -the new colors are great and I want that scallop punch! 🙂

  6. Love this punch! I do have the scalloped edged scissors but it’s difficult to keep the line straight so this would be SO much easier!

    Denise

  7. Love it! Isn’t that punch a must-have? I’m headed over to my blog right now to upload my first batch of preview cards right now…

  8. I want the scallop punch too!!!!
    Your card is amazing!!!

    God bless
    Giovana

  9. love that sentiment. the patterned paper is great too.

  10. I’m also mega excited about getting this punch….it’s going to be too too perfect!!! Joan

  11. Colleen Moreland

    I love this. I know I will have to have it!!
    Nice job!!

  12. Fabulous card, tfs.
    I love your sneak peeks too! I can’t wait to see the new catty. Looks like a lot of great new toys to play with.

  13. Colleen Kramer

    Lovely card! And love at first sight for this new punch. Glad to hear your thoughts after having actually used it yourself. Definitely will be on my list in August!
    Thanks!

  14. I love SU’s punches of any kind because of their quality and I’m sure this new scalloped punch will be equally good. How much? Also, is this SU’s answer to scalloped Nestabilities? If so, would there be any need to order a scalloped Nestabilitie? Love the paper! Are we going to see more colors of polka dots in dp’s? Love the darling card! I love SU’s corner punch. Don’t know what I’d do without it!

  15. I want that punch REALLY bad! 🙂

  16. sandie carter

    This new punch looks wonderful – I can see myself getting one of these when I can. I so love the look of scalloped edges on cards. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Amanda Currier

    very nice!!! I am so worried about getting the scallops lined up to punch the 2nd time! I love the red!!!!!!

  18. Mary, this card is adorable!!! That scallop punch will be on my first order!!!!

  19. Cheryl McAskill

    OOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooo. I’m gonna want one of these!!!!

  20. Gorgeous card & thanks so much for the sneak peek at the scallop punch. :0)

  21. Possibly the single greatest punch ever invented! Thanks for the tutorial!!
    I always love what you create with dsp, but my ‘collection’ remains unused…now I’m hoping this inspirses me to try to use it this week.

  22. OOO! Love this one. Definitely must have the scallop border punch. And LOVE the new paper.

  23. Amanda Currier

    Love all the new goodies you’re showing!! I’m having a hard time with my punch–I can’t seem to get it lined up correctly and I’m punching some of my scallops twice. I seem to keep too much paper still in the punch before punching my second time. I guess I’m so worried that I’m going to have a gap that instead I’m double punching scallops and it’s making them have a notch in the top of them.

    Hi Amanda:

    It takes a little practice. When you make your first punch, slide your paper either left or right (whatever is easiest for you) to the point where you see the last full scallop outside of the punching area. When you are prepared to punch again, be sure the card stock scallops you punched line up with the scallops on the punch itself–then be sure it doesn’t slide before you cut. Practice 🙂 M

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