Supplies:
Scor-pal

5 1/2” x 8 1/2” solid cardstock

1 7/8” x 5 ¼” patterned paper
Coluzzle Cutting System with Nested Circles template (or other circle cutting system)
Various circle punches (optional)
Scraps of cardstock for various sizes of circles
Stamps
Ink

Adhesive

 

Our Resident Instructor is Vicki Hook

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Step 1: Place the cardstock in the top left corner of the Scor-pal with the long sides horizontal.  Score right side up if textured, at 4 ¼".

Step 2:

 Open it back up so that you’re only cutting through the front layer in this step. Place the Coluzzle Nested Circle template over the card front so the stopping guides are at the top and bottom.  Center the template side-to-side and top-to-bottom on the card front. . Cut ONLY THE RIGHT HALF of the circle, using whichever line you prefer

 

Step 3: Align card to left fence. Score on the 6 3/8” line from the top of the cardstock to the top of the half-circle, and from the bottom of the half-circle to the bottom of the cardstock (shown as solid black line) 

Step 4:

Fold card in half and fold the front back toward you on the score lines.  The half circle will remain unfolded. 

Score was made with paper right side up

Score was made on the wrong side of paper.

Step 5:

Place the Coluzzle circle template over the 1 7/8” x 5 ¼” patterned paper, centering it top-to-bottom.  The right edge of the paper should line up with the template stopping guides at the top and bottom.  Cut a half circle from the patterned paper using one size bigger than what you cut in step 4.  Adhere to the front of the card.

Step 6:

Cut various sizes of circles from your cardstock scraps using your Coluzzle template or circle punches.  Adhere them in layers on the half-window circle and also on the inside

Step 7: Stamp and embellish as desired.

"Half Window Card"