Create Scallop Borders Enterprise AL

Who doesn't like beautiful decoration for gifts? Here is a border strip idea. If you don't have premade scallop strips at home, create the same effect with one of these two techniques.

Framery
(334) 347-7800
1108 Rucker Blvd
Enterprise, AL
 
Pure Imagination
(334) 347-7057
728 Glover Ave
Enterprise, AL
 
You Name It
(334) 347-2700
402 S Main St
Enterprise, AL
 
Fraleys Frame Outlet
(334) 347-4909
617 Glover Ave
Enterprise, AL
 
Hobby Lobby
(251) 626-4536
6900 U.S. 90
Daphne, AL
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Sherwin-Williams Co
(334) 347-0578
407 N Main St
Enterprise, AL
 
Singer Sewing Center
(334) 347-8797
732 Glover Ave
Enterprise, AL
 
Malkoff Frame Shop
(334) 393-6455
110 N Main St
Enterprise, AL
 
Enterprise Paint & Industrial
(334) 347-9612
PO Box 311566
Enterprise, AL
 
Hobby Lobby
(251) 635-1848
7765 Airport Blvd
Mobile, AL
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Create Scallop Borders

In the June 2009 issue, we shared this delightful page and border strip idea from Kelly Goree. If you don't have premade scallop strips at home, create the same effect with one of these two techniques.

At the Zoo layout by Kelly Goree

At the Zoo by Kelly Goree. Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper; Patterned paper: American Crafts, October Afternoon and Scenic Route; Chipboard circle: Scenic Route; Letter stickers: American Crafts; Decorative trim: Creative Imaginations.

Option #1: Use a Circle Punch

circle punch step 1: scallop border

1. Punch enough small circles from cardstock to cover a 12" width.

circle punch step 2: scallop border

2. Glue the circles to your layout, slightly overlapping them.

circle punch step 3: scallop border

3. Pierce holes through circles on page. Place brads through holes.

Appeared in: June 2009 « Prev 1 2 Next »  

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