A website to inspire creativity.

I am a Stampin' Up demonstrator and use mostly SU products on my projects. If you see something you like, you can contact me for more info on it or go directly to the site (see link). Disclosure: I am an independant demonstrator and SU does not endorse my tutorial site.

If you'd like to order something I can help with that too! If you need further instructions on how to make a project seen here, let me know; I'm always happy to help!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Here's How to Use Your SU Scallop Edge Punch

I thought I'd do a quick tool tutorial for those of you who are in need of some instruction with the Stampin' Up Scallop Edge Punch. I'll show you something decorative that you can make in just 4 punches and also how to use it to make a border or edge. In the last clip, you'll notice a paper sliver on the end of my border, it's perfectly normal and just snips off w/o affecting the scallops at all. Let's punch!!

You'll need:

A Stampin' Up Scallop Edge Punch
Paper scraps

Let's make an interactive card!

I've been gone for a long time, haven't I? I haven't forgotten all of you, I just haven't had time to post any tutorials lately. Then, when I did film a couple, I forgot how to convert the video file on my computer and had to have a lesson again from my (patient) husband. *eye roll* In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make an interactive card that's really fun!

You'll need:
5 1/2" x 8 1/2" cardstock, folded
5 1/4" x 4" cardstock mat
5" x 3 3/4" light colored cardstock for card front
Word Window Punch (Stampin' Up)
2 pennies

Ready? Let's do it!