Thursday, July 26, 2007

Circle Scallop Punch Flowers


Okay.... so if you haven't heard, SCS is celebrating their third year of the Fan Club. There are challenges going on all day by current and former Dirty Girls. One of them, I am hosting..... I wonder if you can guess my challenge? If you are a fan club member, stop on over and play along with us. If you aren't a member, it's not to late to join the fun. Friday is the day to get dirty with me baby!!

The flowers are made with the new Circle Scallop Punch from Stampin'Up!. The center of the flowers are part of the embossing circles punched out with my 3/4 inch circle punch. Attach your center to the middle of the scalloped piece, then take your paper snips and cut down to just under the circle on each little curve and you've got a flower!! Be careful not to cut in too far, or your petal will fall off. :)

That patterned paper is from Chatterbox. The pattern above is the opposite side of the polka dots. The ribbon is May Arts from Cindy at Starlitstudios. Baby sentiment is from Lizzie Anne Designs. I used this embossing folder for the Cuttlebug.

Here is the complete recipe:

Stamps: Simply Sentiments (Lizzie Anne Designs)
Paper: Whisper White, Regal Rose, Chatterbox
Ink: Regal Rose
Other: Pearly Brads, Cuttlebug, Bloom Dots Embossing Folder, Janome Sew Mini, Circle Scallop Punch, 3/4 Inch Circle Punch, Small and Large Oval Punches, Cindy Ribbon (Startlitstudio), Dimensionals, Paper Snips, Scor-Pal.

Hope you can come over and join me in the challenge!! Have a super Friday!!! TGIF baby!!

~Cambria

28 comments:

Corie said...

This is so pretty. It looks so soft like a baby's blanket. Love it.

Dawn said...

Great card! Thanks for the idea on using the punch to make it look like a flower! Love it!

Bevie Pearl said...

Love your flowers!!

Amber H said...

Golly Gee and I didn't order that punch this time around. I knew I should have!! Thanks for the idea.

Dottie K said...

Oh this is so cute! I just bought that paper - just love it. Great idea for that punch. TFS :)

Tracy said...

Very cute idea! TFS!

Heather said...

Fantastic flowers! Love this card!

Flossie's Follies said...

Love the card, and what a great idea with the scallop punch, thanks for the tip.

Melissa said...

Fabulous card and what an awesome idea with the scalloped punch!

Heather P. said...

What a great idea to turn the scallop into a flower!!! Awesome! :)

stefanie said...

Great idea! Chatterbox had some like that in one of their embellishment kits and I was wondering how to make them myself. Thanks for sharing!

Rose Ann said...

So pink and pretty! ;) I love those flowers!! Awesome card!

Juanita said...

Fabulous card!! i love the colors and the wonderful way you used the scalloped punch...thanks for the great ideas and TFS.

Otter said...

I always love how creative you are with punches!!! YOU ARE DaBOMB!!!!!

Kristine said...

sooo cute! :)

Jen said...

Super cute idea with cutting the scallop to give it dimension!

Sunflower Stamper said...

AWESOME!!! Cool idea with the bunch. Love it all!

Libby Hickson aka stampinlibby said...

This is so pretty! And what a great idea with the scallop punches, definitely need to try that. I haven't had a chance to check the challenges (boo hoo!) but I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that your challenge is sewing?!?! :-)

Leslie Miller said...

I love your cute little flowers and all that pink! Those flower centers are darn cute, too!

Patti said...

Love it!!! You are so clever with the punches. TFS!

Meridith Anne said...

Love this one too!

Susie said...

You are AMAZING!!! Love your flower idea - I'm trying that puppy right now! Thanks.

lacyquilter said...

Love the snipped flowers. What a great idea.

Jessica said...

This card is beautiful! Also the idea with the scallop punch...genius....cannot wait to try it!

Yvette said...

Just brilliant as usual!

luvs2cr8 said...

This is lovely. What a terrific idea. I love all of your work.

beate said...

Cami, what a wonderful idea to make the flower this way! You are just soooo creative! LOVE it! Hugs!!!

My name is Stacey said...

Cambria,
I LOVE your blog. You are SO creative and talented. I SO lifted this card!! I had a birthday card to make up for a friend, saw this, and just KNEW I had to use your genious creativity!
Thanks!