Take a scalloped edge shape. You can punch it, use your dies or Cricut to cut the image. With a glue dot, attach the string to the back. If you are using floss, you might want to separate the ply.
Next, begin wrapping the string around the scallops. The fewer scallops between your wraps, the larger center of the finished project. For our sample, I chose five scallops.
Continue wrapping the floss around the image skipping the same number of scallops with each wrap.
Wrap completely around the image. Each scallop will have 2 threads in it. Finish it off by attaching the end of the floss to the glue dot that is holding your starting end.
Here is my card again and an up close view of the Spirelli flowers. I used my CTMH Artiste Cricut Cartridge to cut the scallop images and added a larger brad to complete the center.
Spirelli makes such a nice addition to any of your projects. I can't wait to see what everyone creates. And, as an added bonus, this is Crafting By Designs monthly prize challenge! One randomly selected participant will receive a Close To My Heart (CTMH) goodie package of current and retired product with a retail value of over $35.
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