Here is the promised scalloped photo corner tutorial. I had this done the next day, and have been waiting for a card to go with it, but alas, I do not. I figured I had better get this on here for those waiting (yes, I got the emails...LOL)
Gather the supplies that you need. I used a Marvy Giga Scallop Square punch, a 1 3/8 square punch (SU) and a 3/4 square punch (SU). I used a sheet of regal rose paper, but you can chose any color. Ahhh the beauty of paper crafting...hehehe Not pictured, but needed, a sharp scissor. Remember, you can click on the pictures to enlarge them.
OK - FIRST, you must punch the smaller squares on your paper. I put the paper in and make sure it cannot go in any further. I center them in the paper and then punch. These were my 1 3/8, and 3/4 punches. The reason that you need them in as far as they can go, is so that you can fit the scallop square evenly all around.
In a) this is the two main pieces that you are left with, and they will become your photo corners. Picture b) shows you how to cut them to get the triangle shape. I leave the wide ones as is, but in c) I show you how I cut my narrow ones a little shorter to be more proportionate length versus width. I start in the dip after the 4th scallop and angle down below the dip of the 3rd scallop. d) shows you all the workable pieces that you have, 4 photo corners, and 2 scalloped frames. You also have the punched out negative pieces to use, as well.
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and hopefully it gives you a little bit of inspiration. Have fun and happy punching !!