I hope you enjoyed the Slit Punch Scallop tutorial. I have another one for you. This time we're making a scalloped circle with the slit punch.
Start with a circle. The circle I used was the 3" diameter circle from the Fiskar's Shape Marker Circle Template.
Then I cut out another circle in the middle. This will allow you to get your punch facing the right way. The smaller circle was a 1.5" diameter circle. I didn't want it too big because you don't want to get too close to your scallop. If you don't make a big enough circle your punch won't fit.
Then put your slit punch into the inner circle and line it up near the edge. Punch
Move over and line up your punch with the slit you've just punched. Punch again. Repeat until you end up back where you started.
This is what you'll end up with.
Finish your card. I'm going to give this one to my cousin for his wedding this weekend.
Stamps: Greetings Galore
Ink: Jet Black StazOn, Night of Navy, Real Red, Creamy Caramel, Basic Black
Paper: Very Vanilla, Night of Navy, Brushed Copper
Accessories: Slit Punch, Fiskar's Shape Cutter and Circle Template (non-SU!)
Technique: Watercoloring, Slit Punch Scallops