Sunday, February 17, 2008

Scor-Pal - Now this is fun stuff!!!

My Valentine's treat was getting my TAC order. I got the Scor-Pal and I love, love, love it!!!! Wow, there are so many great cards you can make with this tool. I can't wait to try everything.

I went to the scor-pal website and followed the Z-Fold card tutorial. Here is my take on it. I used black cardstock, accented with Uptown Girl paper (I love pink and black!!!). I used the simply divine stamp set (one of my new favorites!) and chicken scratch for the sentiment. And, I used the giga scalloped punch, the mega scalloped punch and the third ring from the center of the coluzzle circle to finish off the design.

Here is a design that was influenced from a card on Heather's site. I just love the simplicity of a couple of scored lines on the side of a card. The sentiment is a GWP (Gift with Purchase) stamp from our last catalog. And, I used one of the smaller stamps in simply divine to add another touch. I stamped with versamark on the matchmaker cardstock and sanded the flowers and the score lines to bring the card to life. Don't you just love the blue and black together?

Happy Stamping!

9 comments:

  1. Okay, so I've officially put the Scor-Pal on my list. ;)
    deb

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  2. Cute card!! I have a Scor-Pal but have yet to use it........gasp.

    Tammy
    SBS4

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  3. Hi Seleise, you're inspiring me, as I am still not sold on a Scor Pal! Looks good

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  4. Seleise, what a great idea to create a card. You´ve given me inspiration cause I have to craft cards today in kindergarden with mummys who never ever had made a card before...

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  5. Fun card!! This is just way too neat and I love the colors you picked and how you layered your scallop circles!

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  6. Great cards I really like the Z- fold one

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  7. Great cards! I plan to try out my Scor-Pal today. I'm so excited!!

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  8. Yup... added it to my list too! LOL Thanks for the great ideas!

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