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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Scalloped Punched Christmas Tree



 How About S T R E T C H I N G the Use of Your PUNCHES?
The Original Concept came from one of my dear 
Stamp Club Members
Denise Pederson!
I mentioned that I would share it with you here on my site.
Thank You Denise for the inspiration for this adorable little tree!

You will need the 2 3/8", 1 3/4" and 1 1/4" Circle Scallop punches

Punch ONE of each Size to make one TREE
( I am showing 2 just to emphasize the punches )

CUT each of the 3 shapes in half

SCORE/FOLD each half in half
(2 folded halves for each size scalloped circle)

Using a BONE FOLDER take each wing and fold it down
to the center crease line

You will end up with a piece that look similar to a photo corner.
Start to build your tree with the largest size scallop circle first.
Place a glue dot on the underside of the tip of the bottom layer and slide
another corner on top of it. Secure in place.

Repeat with the next scallop circle size and finish the last
two layers with the smallest 1 3/4" scalloped circle. 
This is our newest punch and can be found in the 
Stampin'Up Holiday Catalog. pg. 7
#127811


You can also have fun moving your tree into a 
bent position. Just have fun with it!

NOW BLING IT UP with some SILVER GLIMMER PAPER
and some DAZZLING DETAILS , oh what fun it is to play!

Need Supplies?

Click on the items below to view product details
     Stamps:       Mixed Medley (Hostess Rewards Only)
                       #128054 wood   #128057 clear block mount

     Paper:         Whisper White #100730, Basic Gray #121044
                       Island Indigo# 122923, Lucky Limeade# 122926
                       Silver Glimmer #124005

     Ink:            Island Indigo# 126986, Lucky Limeade#126984
     Tools:         Punches...
                      Scallop Circle 2 3/8"#118874, 1 3/4"#119854
                                         1 1/4"#127811
                      3/16" Corner rounder#119871
                      Circles 3/4"#119873, 1"#119868, 1 3/8"#119860
                                 Framelit Die for Star on Tree #127814

     Finishing :    Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon#122974
     Touch         Dazzling Details Glitter Adhesive#124117

     PLEASE take a MOMENT and Comment below
if you found this tutorial helpful!

See you SOON!      PAM

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the instruction, I can't wait to try it! Glad I stayed up late and found this!

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  2. This looks really good! Haven't quite got all the bits but thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. I LOVE your scallop tree!!!! TFS

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