Scallop Rose Tutorial
  1. Supplies- Scrap Card stock 1 3/4" Scallop Circle Punch, Scissors, pencil, strong tape or glue, and a bone folder.
  2. Punch out a scallop circle, drag it across the bone folder a few times to make it easier to roll.
  3. Draw a swirl on the scallop circle.
  4. Cut on the line of your swirl.
  5. Starting in the middle, start rolling the cut piece in on itself. 
  6. Once you have gotten to the end, let it spring open a little. You can leave it fairly tight, or loose, which ever look you prefer
  7. Put a small amount of tape or glue on the loose tail, hold in place.
  8. I have pushed the outer petals out a little to give a little more definition, then you're done!
Wreath Card

  1. The first step was to create a base for my wreath.... This is super easy, just get a scallop circle, and then punch the centre using a slightly smaller circle punch
  2. I then sat and punched just the leaves from three different coloured card stock from the two step bird punch. 
  3. These were the glued onto the scallop circle, overlapping them slightly, to make it look full!
  4. Once I had filled my wreath, I glued it to the stamped white card stock (also a Contempo Christmas sentiment.) I tied a small bow using Real Red grosgrain ribbon and adhered it to my wreath, and added some Red rhinestones to give it 'berries.'

    Pizza Box

    Supply list:
    Cardstock 1 piece cut at 6"x11" 
    Designer Series Paper cut at 3.75" x 3.75" and 0.75" x 3.75"
    Strong Adhesive (I used Stampin' Up! Sticky Strip)
    Scor Tool.
    1. Score your cardstock at 1" and 5" on the short side.
    2. Turn your cardstock long ways and score again at 1", 5", 6" and 10".
    3. Cut along the score line at the corners and in the middle. 
    4. Fold along all score lines, and adhere tape to the corners being folded in.
    5. Adhere edges, and decorate.