Scallop Topper Tag Punch for the February Blog Hop

Feb Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals February Blog Hop! This month we are excited to share with you what we love about Stampin’ Up! – our stamps, tools, accessories and techniques.

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Shirley Sumption at  Look at my Cute Stuff, #26 on the Pals Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations.

Starburst Sayings, Sweet Sorbet, Fresh Prints

So glad you are hopping by! I have two projects for you today! Card-making has gotten just a little challenging for me because I am not using my craft room at home right now and have only brought the “essentials.” You get used to having all of your supplies at your fingertips but this promises to be fun because I brought all of my new Stampin’ Up! products from the new catalog and Sale-A-Bration!

I have two projects for you today, both using my new favorite SU tool – the Scallop Topper Tag Punch! My card today is dreaming that Spring could possibly come soon! My card started out with Fresh Prints Paper Stack. There are so many fun prints. Then I layered the absolutely gorgeous Sweet Sorbet DSP (you gotta get it and it’s FREE with a $50 order!).  The Scallop Tag Topper Punch turned out so cute with the stretch trim. The flower was punched (7 layers), then moistened, scrunched and left to dry. Once dry, a brad was put through all of the layers and topped with a pearl.  Whatcha think?

My new obsession is making the inside of my cards pretty:

Starburst Sayings, Sweet Sorbet, Fresh Prints Inside

 All in the Details

  • Stamp Set: Starburst Sayings (Wood #133182, Clear #133185), Bring on the Cake (Wood #128490, Clear #131958), Happy Watercolor (Wood #133188, Clear #133191)
  • Paper: Sweet Sorbet (#133521), Fresh Prints (#132996), Coastal Cabana (#130024), Crisp Cantaloupe (#130021), Whisper White (#100730)
  • Ink: Coastal Cabana (#131175), Crisp Cantaloupe (#131175)
  • SU Tools: Scallop Tag Topper Punch (#133324), Scallops Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (#132971), Pansy Punch (#130698), Starburst Framelits (#132967), Circle Collections Framelits (#130911)
  • Finishing Touch: In Color Boutique Details (#130938), Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffled Stretch Trim (#130021), Linen Thread (#104199), Pearl Basic Jewels (#119247)


Now, onto the FUN gift bag:

Love You More, Scallop Tag Topper Punch Love You More, Scallop Tag Topper Punch 2 Love You More, Scallop Tag Topper Punch 3 Love You More, Scallop Tag Topper Punch 4

I made this fun little gift holder, inspired by Heidi Weaver (  I changed the dimensions from her instructions to 8.5″ x 5″ sheet of DSP/cardstock and scored at 2″, 4″, 6″ and 8″ to make the sides. The bottom is scored at 1.5″. Slide the paper into the punch so that the score lines are at the edge of the punch. Remove the other extra paper between the punched sides, then sticky strip it all down. Stamp and decorate to your heart’s content and fill with your little treats – like this:Love You More, Scallop Tag Topper Punch, Gift Bag

It’s All in the Details

  • Stamp Set: Love You More (Wood #133140, Clear #133143), Petite Petals (Wood #133152, Clear #133155)
  • Paper: Sweet Sorbet (#133521), Fresh Prints (#132996), Coastal Cabana (#130024)
  • Ink: Coastal Cabana (#133175), Calypso Coral (#126983)
  • SU Tools: Scallop Tag Topper Punch (#133324), Ovals Collection Framelits (#129381), Petite Petal Punch (#133322), Owl Builder Punch (#118074) 
  • Finishing Touch: Coastal Cabana Ruffled Stretch Trim (#130024), Rhinestone Basic Jewels (#119246)

I wanted to point out that the vase was made with the owl builder punch! And the Petite Petals stamp set and punch can be bundled to save 15%! This little bag can be used for anything you want to use. I hope you liked my projects today! The Scallop Topper Tag Punch is very versatile, which makes it so worth the investment.  I would love to know what you think of my different uses of this punch so would you please leave me a comment?  And, while you are at it, sign up for email notifications and “like” my Facebook page!

The next stop is Kerry Willard Bray at  Peonies and Paper Chains, #1 on the Pals Blog Hop! Thanks for visiting and  I hope to see you soon. Till then,

Keep calm and Craft on!

Debbie ♥

February Line-up

  1. Kerry Willard Bray at  Peonies and Paper Chains
  2. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  3. Janice Warhank at  Janice’s Papercraft Playground
  4. Shannon Hokanson at Paper Works
  5. Michelle Gleeson at  StampinMojo
  6. Marlene Heringer at So Many Toys So Little Time
  7. Linda Callahan at  Stampin’ Seasons
  8. Katy McGloin at  Just Fun Stamping 
  9. Susan Itell at  Simple Stampin
  10. Nicole Watt at  Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  11. Rae Harper-Burnet at  Wild West Paper Arts
  12. Sherrie Gross at  Stampin Sunshine
  13. Mary Fish at  Stampin’ Pretty
  14. Peggy Noe at
  15. Donna Kopenski at  craftycardmaker
  16. Maggie Mata at  Maggie Made Cards
  17. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  18. Diane Roberts at  Score at Four and a Quarter
  19. Lisa Ann Bernard at  Queen B Creations
  20. Jackie Diediker at Stampin Jackie
  21. Alison Bilohlavek at ribbon and brad
  22. Kelly DeTommaso at  Kelly’s Creative Corner
  23. Martie Pollard at The Crafty Bandit
  24. Angie Blake at Angie’s Musings
  25. Dawn Tidd at  Tiddbits from Dawn
  26. Shirley Sumption at  Look at my Cute Stuff
  27. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper  ← YOU ARE HERE 🙂


  1. As if the card wasn’t beautiful enough!!! Last but NOT least indeed! I love the card AND the little treat holders…so going to case them <3

  2. Debbie, Debbie, Debbie! Let me hug your neck. These are wonderful projects – each one of them could stand alone as a single project. So much detail, and so much precision. Love them! What a great way to end the blog hop!

  3. The cards, the boxes…all gorgeous!

  4. Stunning end to the hop, Debbie! I LOVE both of your projects! Each lovely layer, details and accessories!! You are so right about the scalloped tag topper punch… it is worth its weight, LOL! Yes, not only will I be CASEing these, I will pin so the rest of the papercrafting world can CASE it also!! Think positive for Spring!!

  5. Debbie…the caboose to the hop! And what a way to end it. Show stopping projects! I love them both. And I love the inside of your card. It is always a nice surprise to open one and see more creativity! You Rock!

  6. The creative gene is so strong between you and Debbie!

  7. Awesome projects, Debbie! The card was stunning itself, and the box is amazing!

  8. Talk about a grand finale! Your projects are gorgeous! Love the colors – love the details and love those sweet tags!

  9. fantastic collection of projects! I simply adore the little treat boxes.
    hugs, m

  10. Your little treat box made me smile happily, but your card elicited a contented sigh. Purely gorgeous! Absolutely love how you framed the ribbon around the tag, and you proved to me that “yes, I can!” make a soft and sweet card with what I consider a bold stamp/framelit set. You definitely make the world a better place!

  11. You’ve outdone yourself Debbie! I love the ruffled stretch ribbon you used on everything. It adds such a sweet touch. And that gift bag is great, can’t wait to make one!

  12. You are a super talented stamper! I love that color combo! You made so many cute things!!! TFS!
    Shirley Pumpkin

  13. Wow, Debbie! Now we know why they saved your hop for last! Each item just perfect. Love them all. Thank you so much for sharing these great projects.

  14. Debbie…. these projects are so beautiful. Love the color combination you used. TFS

  15. Debbie, your card is gorgeous and the treat holder is the best! What a clever vase with the Owl Builder punch-I hope it never retires!

  16. I’m late on getting through the blog hop. Very clever to use the tag as part of the card! The inside of your card is beautiful. The gift box is amazing. I love your soft elegant style.

  17. What a beautiful card and amazing projects!!

  18. Can’t wait to try the cute little box. Thanks for sharing your great projects.

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