Monday, October 12, 2009

Creative Scallops~Challenge~Tutorial~

Using Random.org the winning number was 3. Winner of CCS1: Patti!
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Hi everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful week. I want to say thank you to all who played in our last challenge. It was so much fun to see everyone's creations. Well today not only are you getting a challenge but a tutorial as well!

OK so for the details:


This challenge is ALL about Scallops.
This could be in the form of a border punch, die cuts, edges, stamped images, anything with a scallop. I used scallops on mine but I also used the faux silk technique. I used Girl's Weekend. This was one set I HAD to have. I still have girls night at my house and we do girls weekends. I could see so many things to use this set for.



The above picture is everything I used for my project. A scoring tool, tissue paper, the already pre-cut cardstock and of course mod podge.

I scored my cardstock. This card is a 5x5 card. One of my favorite size cards to make!!!!


Ink and stamp your images onto tissue paper, be sure to have something underneath (I prefer to stamp on some blank printer paper). The ink will bleed through the tissue paper. (If you use an outline image stamp in black and then color the image.)


Crumple the tissue up a few times, careful not to tear it. You can smooth it now or smooth it onto your image. You do not want to smooth to much as the “wrinkles” are what makes it look like silk.

Using a small sponge brush, apply mod podge over the entire surface of the neutral card stock. You may also use a glue stick but you will want to make sure the glue dries clear.


Carefully place your tissue over the top of your neutral cardstock and smooth down. You will want to expect a few bumps and wrinkles. That is OK! It makes it look like silk.

Allow to dry for a few minutes and then use scissors to trim off the excess tissue, or you can cut you new “silk” cardstock to size and finish your card.
My scallops was the punch! I was thinking about making the edge scalloped but though that would be overkill. Now that you've seen mine you know it could be as many scallops as you want or just a hint of scallops.

If you would like some more information visit: Jennie

OK now for the fun stuff! We want you to play along! Get some inspiration and show us your creativity!!! Of course their are rules. You must be a Creative Clear Stamps follower (super easy! Just click follow in the side bar) And of course you will have a chance to shine. Post your creation using the mr. widget below. You don't have to use Creative Clear Stamps for the first one but of course it is always a bonus if you do! You have until Sunday Night 10/18/09 at 8pm cst (9pm eastern, 6pm pacific). The prize each week will be a "CCS Challenge Winner" Badge to display on your blog and a personal discount code of 10% off your next CCS store purchase.

Make sure you use CCS2 when you post your creation splitcoast!

4 comments:

  1. Oh Lisa I LOVE THIS!! How cool is that? I just gotta try it!

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  2. Congrats to Patti! :o)

    Great job on this Lisa! Nice technique and something I have never tried before with the Modge Podge :o) will have to give it a try sometime!

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  3. I haven't tried this technique before. I don't have any Modge Podge, but I may have to pick some up and give it a try!

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  4. Almost forgot to post this! Whewww but I got it just in time??

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