Stampin’ Up! Scallop Tag Topper Punch Card Closure

Stampin' Up! Stamping T! - Tag Closure Card

I am so excited to share this super super super fun card that is extra-specially easy to make with the new Tag Topper Punches available now from Stampin’ Up! in the new Occasions Catalogue that started yesterday.  I first saw this design on Jenni Pauli’s blog but she didn’t have any tips or instructions on how she made the card.  So I tried an extensive search of the internet but failed to find any instructions ….. so I ‘slept on it’ and really all I had to do was think about it for a half a second and really it is soooooo easy.  So this is the first one I made using some of the lovely FREE products you can earn during SALE-A-BRATION.  My decoration could use a little work I know but I was just so happy I go the closure to work that I wanted to share it with you.  

So yes, I made a video tutorial on how I did it!  Now I am sure that this is ‘not perfect’ but I know you will be able to refine the basic principle for this one to make this closure for yourself and either the Scallop or Angle Topper Tag Punches will work equally well for this technique.  So here is the video I have done for you …..

This is a final shot of the card from the video.  Now to go and make some more of these and this time I will spend a little more time to get some ‘prettier’ samples.

Stampin' Up! Stamping T! - Scallop Tag Closure Card

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28 Responses to “Stampin’ Up! Scallop Tag Topper Punch Card Closure”

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  1. Rachel says:

    You are so kind to share your clever ideas, Tanya. There’s no way in the world I’d have tried to use the punch like that, so big, big thanks from me!

  2. Michelle says:

    Brilliant!! I was on the fence for that tag topper because I didn’t like the width, but you’ve opened up a whole new world of possibilities. THANK YOU!!

  3. Oh my! I absolutely love it!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. Great Video Tanya! Such a cool closure. Thank you for the video.

  5. Emilysue says:

    Wow! How cool is that!!!

  6. Hayley Kew says:

    This is FABulous!!! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  7. kraftychic says:

    You really rock! This is totally awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  8. bearsmother says:

    What was the size of the cardstock you started with? I found out you could put larger pieces thru the punch by accident but I would never have thought of this. Great card. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Sue Duffy says:

    Another terrific video, Tanya. Thank you!

  10. Pam Tobey says:

    I just received my scalloped tag punch yesterday and I’m ready to play! Thank you for the great idea and clear directions. I just made this card and it looks amazing.

  11. Kimberley Pierce says:

    I love this and would like to recreate for upcoming birthdays! I can’t load video bc of poor service. What are scoring measurements please?

  12. This is brilliant thanks so much for sharing!

  13. Christin says:

    Thanks Tanya for this video…I saw this card on Jenni Paulis Blog. Unfortunately there was no explanation how to do this card…but now I know 🙂
    Wonderful one…hope I can do it too 😉
    Greetings 🙂

  14. Joss Anderson says:

    Love this Tanya. Great card.

  15. Kim Smith says:

    Super cute card! Thanks so much for your video tutorial!

  16. Sally says:

    I have been trying to find out how to make these, so thank you. I would never have worked it out myself!

  17. Anne says:

    Hi and thanks for the brilliant tutorial – got it straightaway 🙂 had been loking at instructions elsewhere and found them a bit longwinded and over complicated. Want to make this type of card with my class – now it will be easy to explain. Anne x

  18. Debbie says:

    Fantastic – thank you!

  19. Deb says:

    Big thanks from Canada. Love this idea! Great easy directions.

  20. Shannon says:

    Very clever – I would not have figured this out on my own. Your video explains it effortlessly. Thanks so much!

  21. Rose says:

    Thank you Tanya – very clear instructions. Just awesome!!! Thank you so much for sharing this.

  22. Pam Lee says:

    Thank you for sharing! Found your video through the link on Stampin’ With Kris. I am going to have to get that punch!

  23. Shirley Baker says:

    Wonderful video. Thanks so much for doing this.

    Shirley (Hello from Canada!)

  24. Thanks so much for sharing how to do this cool closure. 🙂

  25. benedicte says:

    magnifique cette carte
    quel papier utilises tu ?
    celui à fleur?

    • Stamping T! says:

      The paper for the card is the Stampin’ Up! Core’dinations card stock in Crisp Cantaloupe and the flower is just made with ordinary card stock in Pool Party.
      Cheers,
      T

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