Wednesday, 22 October 2008

At last.....

.... I have managed to do the long promised scallop edge video tutorial. I know you've been waiting a while for it and I am sorry I've kept you waiting but here it is and I hope you will scallop your socks off now LOL> I wanted an easier way as all I've seen so far have been a bit more complex ones that involves a lot of careful measuring and lining so I'm hoping this will simplify things a bit. I also have a card to share with you and I got clever with some ribbon on it. What do you think? isn't it cute?























Crazy for cupcakes was the stamp set and Sweet Always the designer paper used, gorgeous colours and I went for a mixture of choc cupcakes with vanilla frosting and vanilla ones with strawberry frosting which one is your favourite? LOL. The image was coloured with my Stampin'Write markers, Bashful blue was used to add some shading. Now I've been inspired by the canopy cards I've often seen over on SCS and wanted to have a go at making one myself, only I didn't want to use the scallop punch so came up with the idea of ruffling some of the double stitched wide grosgrain ribbon, to do this I have simply pulled on the white thread. Looks very pretty IRL. Sentiment from Circle of Friendship set was layered using 1 3/8", 1 1/4" and 1" circle punches. Now enjoy the video and let me know what you think. Hugs Monica xxx

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16 comments :

Dale said...

Very pretty card Monica. Love the DP and I like the effect of the bashfull blue shading between the cupcakes.
Your video is very informative. well done.

Anonymous said...

Fab video tutorial - lookinig forward to getting my scallop edge punch soon, so a really useful tutorial for me too.

Lovely card! Love the colours and fabulousely coloured too.

Sharon.

Kate Lewis said...

Fantastic tutorial Monica - very clear, thanks for taking the time to do it, those punches rock!! Fabulous card too - I adore the canopy!! Kate xx

{ Emma } said...

Thanks for the brilliant tutorial Monica. I've been playing with different ways to turn the corner since I got my punch and have had mixed results so looking forward to trying this.

Emma XXX

Need More Time to Craft said...

Monica, Fab tutorial. I would never had thought to do that, fantastic idea. You will see scalloped rectangles and squares appearing on my cards. LOL
Carole x

triciaquarius said...

Fab Monica! I've been thinking about how to do this for ages. Now you've shown us all, I can get started straightaway without the experimenting time. Thank you so much.
Tricia
* And the cupcake card is scrumptious!

voodoo vixen said...

Yay, thank you! Great tutorial, now just need to get my mitts on my scallop punch... any day now!!

Miaowski said...

Thank you for that useful tutorial. I wondered how people managed to do the corners as mine never worked out. I shall go and give it a go now.

Love your card with the cupcakes - made me feel hungry! Lovely colours and great design

Anonymous said...

Thanks Monica; that was a very worth while video; it certainly saved me a great deal of time experimenting! I love the scallop punch, I love all punches! People from Ustamp may be interested in this video!!!
Thanks for sharing
Linda

Bev said...

Monica it's fabulous! And it's all your fault that I have to buy this set now lol. Love the vibrancy of the colours hunny - gorge papers too.

Thanks also for the video, you're a STAR!!

hugs Bev x

Anonymous said...

Fantastic video on using the scallop punch - best one I have seen yet - say goodbye to all that measuring!!!
Thankyou for sharing this gem with us.

Minerva

Fran said...

THANK YOU!!!!!! I have a very creative side ...my mechanical side is amiss...to say the least...all of the other videos were confusing...yours IS the best by far....thanks so much....

Gail said...

That's such a pretty card Monica, and a great tutorial!

Whimsical Wendy said...

Apart from the great video and card (obviously!), can I just say that I love how you photograph your cards! The background (your garden?!?) is a very good way of framing your work. Much better than having post-crafting desk clutter in them, hehe!! Keep up your fantastic work Monica. Wendy x

thescrapmaster said...

Thank you so much for posting this video! I can't wait to try it out!

~Samantha

Wilma said...

Monica, this is very helpful. I, too, had issues with all the special measuring! I know I'll be able to remember this. Thanks so much for your help.