We have a special guest designer Henna Mäenpääfrom Finland joining us in this blog hop, thank you so muchHenna! :)
There are three prizes hidden somewhere on the way, so don't forget to comment on all the DT's blog hop posts for a chance to win one of our rubber stamps!!!
For my DT project I have used Hope.
I created an easel card and colored her with Copic Markers before fussy cutting her.
I used my Scor-pal to create the card, scoring a 5 1/2" x 11" sheet of double sided pattern paper at 5 1/2" and 2 3/4". A separate 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" panel was added to the easel to create the card. Hope was added to the top with foam adhesives for dimension.
Hi everyone. It's snowing again here and I am so wishing for spring. It's been months since we've seen the sun so I thought I'd help move it along by creating a bright, sunny card.
I used several of the new Ann Butler quilting stamps from Unity Stamp Co. - 2" Doily Stamps, and used Ann Butler's new line of ColorBox Crafter's Inks. I used Aquamarine on white cardstock, cutting it to size and matting with black cardstock for some pop.
To create the flower, I stamped 6 blocks of Tangelo and 6 blocks of Sunshine using the same stamp set. Then I used a floral die to cut the flowers. I wasn't very particular where I placed the die, and I love how the medium flower picked up both colors of ink.
I molded the flower and then matted it on a black circle before adding it to the card. The sentiment was stamped on a left over piece of stamped cardstock
Well, it's March 1st and it still feels and looks like winter. We are on board to getting another 12" of snow tomorrow. Brrrrr!!!!!!
This month's challenge at Scor-Pal is to create a Christmas card using the Scor-Pal with more than one score and die cuts. I created a criss cross card, adding a fun Copic colored image on the front and addsed Spellbinders Pointsettias die.
Cut an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of cardstock in half, creating 2 pieces each 4 1/4" x 11.
Score each at 5 1/2" and use Scor-tape to adhere the panels together creating a 3 panel card.
Cut each flap on an angle.
Cut pattern paper to fit the front panels.
Adhere the flaps together forming the card.
Stamp and color the image, then die cut.
Mat with a larger die cut and add to front of card.
Die cut, emboss and ink pointsettias, adding to the criss cross card.
Cut a panel to fit inside.
Add another pointsettia to the corner.
Thanks for stopping by today. And don't forget to enter your card in this month's challenge.