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Here are the pictures on how to make the scallop edge for any circle (that I used for my blog hop Clear Vintage Vogue card).
Cut a 1 1/8″ circle, then the scallop circle from the same circle (turn the punch upside down so you can position the punch for the scallop circle). Make little slits in the inside of the scallop circle, being very careful not to cut through the scallop. Depending on the size of your circle mat, you may need more scallop circles prepared.
Position and stick the scallops around the back of your circle card stock (cut out by your circle scissors). I used a pencil and the circle scissors to draw a smaller circle to guide me so that I knew that the scallops on the other side would be the same size.
Here’s the finished circle. You can see the join on the bottom right.
Here’s the finished embellishment. On the card, I hid the overlapped join with a flower cutout from the same stamp set.
Now it’s your turn to make a scallop edge with any size circle.