Four You

And one more Scallop Tag Topper punch fancy fold!  This one uses 2 techniques on top of the fold – a fringed flower and a Chevron punch lattice.  The lattice piece is done by punching 2 pieces of cardstock 1 1/2 x 6 with the Chevron punch.  You will end up with 2 pieces of “arrows.”  Flip one over and tuck the points of the top one (now facing downwards) under the points of the bottom one (facing upwards)  Then you can slide them until you get the look you want.  The fringed flower uses the Fringe scissors.  Cut a 1 1/2 x 12″ piece of DSP and fold it in half long ways so that it is now 3/4 x 12.  Use the fringe scissors and cut the fringe down the long side.  I use a bamboo skewer to start rolling it and use hot glue to hold it together.  Once the glue has dried, start curling the fringe with your fingers until it looks like a flower.

Supplies
Stamp Set – Four You
Cardstcok – Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party, Island Indigo, Whisper White, Sweet Sorbet DSP
Ink – Basic Black
Etc – Fringe Scissors, Large and small butterfly punches, Chevron punches, Bird punch (leaves), Sweet Sorbet accessories pack (twine), Scallop Tag Topper punch

More snow/rain/ice headed our way so I thought butterflies were appropriate!  Hugs, Fran

Updated: March 2, 2014 — 12:56 pm

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  1. Maria A. Rodriguez

    Love all of this cards you are making with that punch. This one is gorgeous, so Spring like, so fresh!! We need Spring to show herself soon!! It snowed last night here in Crown Point, IN. There are about 5″ on the ground so far and it still snowing, Sheeesh!!
    Have a great Sunday and thank you for sharing this wonderfully beautiful cards.

  2. Thanks, Maria – stay warm and stamp something cheery!  Hugs, Fran

  3. Love the card using the new punch. You do such a suburb job with all your cards. Keeps me coming back, my friend.

  4. Thanks, Patsy!  I’m always happy to see you  Hugs, Fran

  5. Great instructions on the lattice, Fran. Love the card – TFS.

  6. Thanks, Sue!  

  7. Very nicely done…thanks for corrections and new video!

  8. You’re welcome, Carol.  Sorry for the “misprint” – I need to just read the boxes!  Hugs, Fran

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