from the square punch out of a scrap of Whisper White card stock. You just need a little bit, so this is a great chance to use up those little strip of White. Once you have your small bit of Square Scallop punched out, you need to put the punched out piece back into t he punch. This is sort of hard the first time, but then it gets easy. Line up the punched scallops with the ones on the punch, making small circles. I don't know how to explain this for some reason. I'm a visual person, so I'm hoping that this picture
helps with my explanation. If you find that your having a hard time getting that tiny piece into the punch correctly, you can use a bit of adhesive and stick the strip onto a bigger piece of thin paper, such as copy paper or something. This way you have something to hang onto while placing the small piece back into the punch. You can put the adhesive in a spot that's just going to get punched off anyway. Clear as mud? The eyes are just circle punches and then little strips of Early Espresso for those menacing eyebrows. I layered it all onto a large Scallop Circle and put it all onto a candy bar wrapped in Lucky Limeade Designer Series Paper. I made the tag from a stamp set called Punch Pals, which co-ordinates with the Tag Punches. Here are my other Candy Bar Creations.