Technique Class – Scalloped Sky

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Today in the Online Techniques Class we will be doing the Scalloped Sky Technique.

Here is the card done in the video:

Here is a close up of the sky:

I didn’t know it would show up so light in the video; I should have used a darker blue but it was too late to reshoot. It is a very simple technique and I’m sure you get the idea. I know if you will give this technique a try you will love it. It shows up a lot better in person.

Here is the video:

Here is the list of products used:
Stamp Set:
Need for Speed #122715 %19.95 or #122717 $14.95
Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370 $36.95 or #127802 $26.95

Card stock:
Whisper White #100730 $8.50
Midnight Muse #126843 $6.95
Crumb Cake #120953 $6.95

Ink:
Bashful Blue #!26961 $5.95
Midnight Muse #126860 $5.95

Accessories:
Big Shot
Square Lattice Impressions folder #119976 $7.95
1 3/4″ Scallop Circle Punch #119854 $16.95
Word Window Punch #119857 $15.95
Modern Label Punch #119849 $16.95
Stamping Sponges #101610 $3.50
Metallic Brads #119741 $6.95

If you would like to purchase any of these products to recreate this card or do the technique I would appreciate you placing your order with me on my Stampin’ Up! website. You can place your order by clicking on the 24/7 picture in the top right hand corner of my blog or by clicking HERE.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Glenda

One thought on “Technique Class – Scalloped Sky

  1. Barbara Phillips says:

    I just love all of your technique videos. Is there somewhere that I can watch all of the videos that I’ve missed? I’ve learned so very much from you, please keep them coming. I find myself looking forward to learning a new technique with each video. Thanks so much for taking the time to share with us all of these techniques.

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