Thursday, September 9, 2010

Trendy Thursday: Offset Scallops

Easy to put together and pleasing to the eye, I've seen this trend on several websites and in crafting magazines.
Offset scallops can be created with circles just as you see here with 1 1/4" circles. I used a several shades of blue to create this look. Starting at the top, I placed each row then glued in place before overlapping with the next row.
The sentiment is stamped and embossed in Not Quite Navy craft ink on Vellum card stock which had been die cut with the Matchbox Bigz XL Die. That Bashful Blue Satin Ribbon is no longer available but Marina Mist Satin would be just as pretty! I attached the vellum to the ribbon with a Mini Glue Dot behind where the A and G intersect. Sneaky, huh?

I think this one is perfect for the Moxie Fab Offset Scallop Gallop Challenge!

Take a look at the card stock and elements listed below:

Stamps: Word Play- (w)-120308, (c)-120651
Paper: Bashful Blue-105120, Baja Breeze-111352, Marina Mist-119682, Tempting Turquoise-102067, Pacific Point-111150, Not Quite Navy. Naturals Ivory-101849 forms the base, Vellum card stock-101856
Ink: Not Quite Navy Craft Ink from the Regals Collection Craft Stampin' Spots-119717
Accessories: Matchbox Bigz XL Die-114890, Big Shot-113439, Clear Embossing Powder-109130, Heat Tool-100005, Mini Glue Dots-103683
Have a great day...imagine the possibilities!


amber said...

i love all the blues...very nice!

Lisa Brown said...

Thanks, Amber! I think the colors are very calming. Appreciate you visiting!

Kerrie Lightfoot said...

Wow. Very detailed. LOVE it and love the colors. TFS!

Helen F. said...

Pretty card, love all the shades of blue~so serene!

Lisa Brown said...

Thanks, Helen and Kerrie! I love all these many pretty shades to work with!

Leslie Hanna said...

I love all the blues! Pretty card!

Lisa Brown said...

Thanks, Leslie! I appreciate it!

Cath said...

Hey Lisa! Thanks for entering the Offset Scallop Gallop Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on the fun! :)