I've received many e-mails asking how to achieve the Layered Scallop Edge Medallion that I've used on some of my cards lately. You're going to be surprised to find that it's quite easy!
First, follow THIS TUTORIAL on SCS by Alesha Walls which shows how to make a Single Layer Scallop Edge Medallion. The outer Pink Pirouette scallop square on my card pictured measures 2 3/4" square as demonstrated in the tutorial. For the next smaller layer (my Basic Gray layer on my card), cut a 2 5/8" square and do the same punching with the Scallop Edge punch that you did with the 2 3/4" Pink Pirouette square - centering on each edge. The 2 5/8" Basic Gray square is layered on top of the 2 3/4" Pink Pirouette square.
Measurements for this card pictured, starting with the outside layer:
* Basic Gray base - 4 1/4" x 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
* Pink Pirouette - 4" square
* Walk In The Park Designer Paper - 3 3/4" square
* Pink Pirouette Scallop Edge Medallion Layer - 2 3/4" square
* Basic Gray Scallop Edge Medallion Layer - 2 5/8" square
* Basic Gray main image frame - 1 3/4" square
* Whisper White main image - 1 5/8" square
You can see more details about the card pictured HERE (scroll down to bottom of post). Other cards I've made using the Layered Scallop Edge Medallion technique ... So Saffron Flight of the Butterfly and Thanks A Bunch (Layered Scallop Medallion measures Basic Black 2 7/8" square and Certainly Celery 2 3/4" square). The possibilities with layering and square sizes are endless!
Laurie Froehlich, Inspired Designs was the first artist I've seen to use this Layered Scallop Edge Medallion technique, and my cards have been completely inspired by her designs. You will see that she's taken the technique a step further by adding additional layers, cutting off the outer frame, etc. You can see her Layered Scallop Edge creations HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE.