Friday, April 29, 2011

Scallop Trim Border Punch Cross

 Remember last Tuesday I told you the story about my video for April and Easter.... Well this one say "Happy Easter" but really it would be great for a First Communion, Confirmation...really any religious occasion that you need a lovely card this would be great. I learn how to make this from one of my down line member Shelly Smith. I don't say it enough but I really LOVE my team for all they do, share and their Friendship. If you are think to join Stampin'Up! well I have a great team and I know you would love to be part of it and enjoy all what we share.....Contact me if you would like to join are next meeting to check it out. If you are not local that it okay contact me and I will share more info with you. No matter where you are in the US you can join my Team. Well this is it for the sahre today but before you what the video get your Scallop Border trim and corner punch ready with a piece of 4 1/2 by 2 3/4 DSP ready. You can NOT use card stock for this it is to heavy so DSP paper work the best.
Happy Friday!



France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

9 comments:

  1. Super cool! I might have to rearrange my priorities today to create one of these cards! It's another great use of dsp. Thanks for making the video.

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  2. Frenchie, Your cards are beautiful! Thanks so very much for sharing them with us!

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  3. Wow that is awesome France! Kudos to your dl and thanks to you for showing us this. I'll be showing this at a class later this month for sure! Bumping something else to show this.

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  4. I have been doing this one for quite awhile now and learned you can use either the white or vanilla CS only but I do mine a little differently. I punch the bottom on the arm with the corner punch facing downward first with the paper folded only 1/2 way no need to fold over for 4 layers this way then turn your cornerPunch so it is pointed upward to do the top portion then continue as you did with the border punch to complete. I used paper that was 4x3 and folded it in half longways. I love your videos. Was surprised to see this as I had not seen it anywhere else and thought mine was unique but it seems we all us that think our of the box think alike.
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  5. I did it!! Got my paper ready and followed your video, step by step! Of course, I flubbed up the first two pieces of paper. Used fine sandpaper on the corner punch and didn't have any problems after that. Love your cards - so glad you shared this with us. Making 8 of them for my card exchange later this month. I think I may use it as a sympathy card - what do you think? p.s. I just love to listen to you - your voice is just as cute as you are!

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  6. Wow! Really neat idea. TFS Frenchie.

    Ter ;)

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  7. LOVE your videos!! Thanks again for showing all these wonderful ideas.

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  8. I'm with Bette. I too think it would be beautiful as a Sympathy card. Maybe it is just that I have a few to make. Darn that Cancer!
    Great video as always France. I will give this a try.
    Bravo ma belle!
    Jeannette

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  9. Merci beaucoup pour ta Vidéo elle est génial !

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