"We want to see your best use of scallops, of any sort, on a project! This can include scalloped borders, offset-scallops, stamped scallops, scalloped mats, scalloped frames, layered scallops, scalloped tags or anything else you can dream up! You can use dies, patterned scissors, or even circle punches in a row to achieve your special look."
I've been a PaperTrey Ink fan from the very beginning but this is my first hop. If you've never participated brace yourself.... I'm sure there will be a LOT of participants sharing their PTI craftiness :)
I decided to create a layout instead of my usual card. I'm a little sad though. I worked on this the other night and was really happy with how it turned out but when I went to scan it this morning I noticed the ink that I used dried much lighter than it actually is :( If you click to photo you can kinda see the stamping.
I stamped the Kraft cardstock using two of the little houses from the Wonderfully Whimsical stamp set. I created a card a couple of weeks ago using this same technique and stamp set B&W patterned paper It's such a cute set :)
Supplies: Paper: PTI Kraft & White cardstock & Bazzill White Cardstock, Stamps: PTI Wonderfully Whimsical, Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Other: Martha Stewart snowflake punch, mini rhinestones & pearls, rectangle scalloped Nestabilities Dies, Quickutz Alphabet dies, black ink pen.
Don't forget to check out the blogs of the other participants, you can view all of the links on Nichole's blog at 10a.m. EST. Thanks for looking :)