Have you played around with the Scallop Tag Topper Punch yet?
Have you made anything besides a tag? After you see what I did here, I bet you’re going to want to grab your punch or buy one.
I’m sure you’ve seen the style of card that you tie closed the two punched edges, right? Well, I took that one step further and made mine a note card sized card, side style. It’s just too sweet. And, an envelope liner too! Look at my photos.
It was too easy. I started with a 3 1/2 x 10 piece of card stock. Punched each end. What’s nice about this one? No marking ‘where’ to line your punch up. Your card stock fits exactly the width of the punch! Duh! (Remember, you are bypassing the center two-inch channel.)
Remove the four ‘tales’ that are left. Score one end of the punch where it hangs out. Fold it over. Measure five inches over and make another score line. When you fold that one over, it’s now 3 1/2 x 5!!! So cool! Simply decorate it.
I took a piece of Crumb Cake card stock, 2 x 3 3/8, and tag punched both ends. Made for the perfect layer around one of the Chalk Talk Framelits!!
Sale-a-Bration items really helped complete this card with the Sweet Sorbet DSP and Accessory Pack.
If you saw my Facebook posting of pictures from my Card Buffet, then you saw a sneak of this card. It was very popular too.
So, what do you think?