Starting in the middle of the cardstock (I have a pencil mark), insert the punch all the way into the cardstock and punch.
Now, move the punch over to the left overlapping the previously punched image as shown in the picture. Continue this step until the entire border is punched.
You can see how the border will look (although this was my first one and I didn't have it centered correctly - thus the reason for putting the line on my cardstock as I showed in the first picture!) Now notice the left over piece? You can use that to layer on top of the punched image as shown in the end card.
Now, what I did here for my card is cut a piece of cardstock 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" and created a longer border. After putting the leftover trim piece through the Big Shot using my a texture plate, I adhered it above my scallop trim edge. Then I cut this piece down to 5-1/4" x 4" - that way the leftover trim would fit all the way across the cardstock.
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