I punched three pieces of 2″ wide card stock in white, pink, and orange using the Martha Stewart scallop punch.
The card base is 5″x 7″. I cut a piece of white card stock at 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ then attached the scallop punch strips together. Leaving the strips longer than the white front piece I staggered the scallops of the punched strips until I liked the look of it all.
Using double sided sticky strip I attached the punched pieces together in the formation I liked. Then I adhered the solid strip piece to the white card stock. Eye balling the placement into a configuration I liked.
Once I made that decision I turned the white card stock over and cut the excess punched strips from the top and bottom of the white piece. I used the craft knife to accomplish this.
Next, I added some gray satin Offray 3/4″ ribbon to the left side and covered the strip edges. I attached the ribbon tails on the reverse of the white card stock.
Using the double sided sticky tape on the back of the white card stock I attached this piece to the card front.
Using one of the clear stamps and ink from Studio G I stamped on a piece of white card stock and trimmed the paper close to the stamped image. After measuring the stamped card stock I added 1/2″ to the measurements and cut a piece of the pink (red) paper to act as a mat. Mounted this piece to the card front with double sided sticky tape.
Lastly was to add a bit if bling to dot the “I” in the scripted word. The bling is from Jolee’s All That Bling.
Here is the finished card.
A close up of the bling.
This is the last of the 5″ x 7″ card bases I cut. Next will be some 5″ x 4″ cards.
Hope you are getting inspired by the orange, pink, and white color combination.