Scalloped Notecards

Welcome to another Freshly Brewed Blog Hop with the Latte Girls and we’re sharing projects with the Scalloped Notecards today. I’m sure you will be inspired by what the team have to share. Make sure you hop along with us and leave some love, in the form of a comment. We love comments.

Scalloped Notecards

Scalloped Notecards

I instantly fell in love with the Scalloped Note Cards & Envelopes the first time I saw them. They’re so handy to have around for quick notes or cards and these scallops just make you smile. I hope you like them as much as I do.

Scalloped Notecards

There are so many things you can do with these cards, including leave them plain. However, what fun is that? Today’s project is a CASE from page 34 of the 2019 – 2020 Annual Catalogue. I encourage you to use the catalogue as a reference book of fun – there’s so much there to inspire you…. and copy! Not familiar with the acronym CASE? It stands for Copy And Share Everything or Copy And Selectively Edit … the main point being COPY!

For these cards, you’ll only be using the stamp set, but I can’t pass up an opportunity to save so I bought the bundle – and recommend you do the same. I’ve got a little mini card coming up that shows you how to use the punch to create layers. It’s good for more than tags!

Scalloped Notecards

Did you notice the colours in the striped Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper match the card colours? Yes! You can make all 20 cards using only 6.3 cm or 2 1/2″ from a single sheet of the DSP.

Tutorial Scalloped Notecards

Tip: Place the flat part of the die towards the scallops

  1. Die-cut above the scallops with either the stitched or xxx die from the Stitched Labels Dies (a personal favourite)
  2. Stamp leaves from Delightful Day Photopolymer Stamp Set with an Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad them in with the Old Olive Stampin’ Write Marker (from the Regals Stampin’ Write Markers). If you don’t have these markers, try a Blender Pens with a little Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad.
  3. Stamp flowers with the colour matched ink (Terracotta Tile Classic Stampin’ Pad, Balmy Blue Classic Stampin’ Pad, Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad or Petal Pink Classic Stampin’ Pad – you can use Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin’ Pad on the Old Olive cards)
  4. Add 1.3 cm x 12.5 cm or 1/2″ x 5″ strip of Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper to the inside edge of the card
  5. Finish with an accent from  White Stampin’ Chalk Marker

Scalloped Notecards

For a sweetly simple accent, tie a piece of Whisper White Solid Baker’s Twine around the card front (pink card above)

Scalloped Notecards

A sentiment was added to the Old Olive card below, punched with the Classic Label Punch and adhered with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. From note card to greeting card in one easy step!

Scalloped Notecards

Want to make this? You CAN!

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Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you come back again soon to see what else I have to share.

Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share…

Global Stamping Friends with Flowers and Leaves

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About LibbyD

Hi, I'm Libby. I'm a wife, mother, Gran and sister. I'm also an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator! in Australia. I love all things Stampin' Up! Making meaningful connections is important to me and I value the long lasting friendships I have made through Stampin' Up! I knit, cross-stitch, sew and get inky with stamps, ink and paper. Connect with me to find out more Have a look around and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like to arrange your own Stampin' Up! workshop (FREE) or find out about classes. Call 0410 315 786 Email

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