Two Ways to Scallop a Square

Sunday, May 18, 2008

I have used a new technique while recording this tutorial....let me know if you like the new style...or prefer the old way.

12 comments:

Bren said...

Love your new tutorial!!! Thanks!

scrapshe said...

Love your tutorial. I preferred the second method with the circles as it give a deeper scallop. Thanks.

Sheryl

Deunna said...

As Always Klo, Great Job! Thank you! You are an angel! Don't know what I would do without you but I do know it would be no where near what I am doing with my Pazzle Inspiration with you!

Oceans of Friendship,
Deunna

{Jen} said...

You are AWESOME thanks so much!

Jen

spyder135 said...

Love the tutorial, you always show these buttons and drop down menus that I didn't even know existed. The "multiply" one blew my mind. Thank you soooo much, scalloped edges are hugely popular, and now we can make our own!!! Thanks again!

Lisa said...

You are GREAT! I love all of your tutorials and this was even better.

Brenda said...

AWESOME job!! Loved the tutorial..very easy to follow and understand!

c0547 said...

As everyone else has said, this tutorial is terrific. May I ask, is the procedure the same for an oval and a circle? If you can tell me how to add scallops to non-straight sided shapes, you can save me soooo much on punches! Thank you again for sharing your creativity.

Connie

Sir Craftalot said...

Klo it was great seeing you do this at the Expo and especially nice to find it here so I can bookmark it. I love scallops and especially prefer the second method. Deeper scallops (as somebody mentioned above). Thanks! :)

mignonnie said...

Klo, your tutorial is so fantastic! I'm a beginner, I just got my Pazzles, and this is my second project (but my first serious) I'm going to cut. But your tutorial is so super clear that it's a piece of cake for me. Wow, I LOVE my Pazzles, and I love your great blog. And ofcourse I love scallopes :)

Anonymous said...

I can't see the whole video could you shrink the video to fit the blog?

Klo said...

All done...thanks for asking

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