Saturday, March 6, 2010

Scor-pal Sympathy

What a busy time! I thought it would slow down after the fall craft fair season but life has just been stuck in high gear! Don't get me wrong - not complaining - just need to figure out how to get my blog updated more regularly. :) I was out of town all this week at a conference and ended up working all last week-end on a big project at work so couldn't pre-schedule posts. So, please forgive me and stick with me as I will figure out a plan and get back to posting more regularly. :)

So, now, on to the important stuff... The scor-pal lets you make the most wonderful background designs, especially on white-core paper. Score on the diagonal and then take an emery board or a sanding block and go over the raised part of the score lines - fabulous! I think it's the perfect background for this sympathy card and it carries a big "wow" without a lot of work. And, don't you like the accent holes created by the crop-a-dile (or you could use any hole-punch). simple but neat!
Card supplies: Scor-pal, DCVW cardstock, White ultrasmooth cardstock, Black cardstock, TAC Gerbera Daisy, Crop-a-dile

Happy Stamping!


  1. Seleise, this is stunning. The criss cross with the scorpal is so effective.

    Hear you about how fast life is going, just need to figure out how to keep up with it all!

    Take care,

  2. fabulous card Seleise, love the colours and the pretty flower! hugs Debx

  3. Great background... I always forget about that!!! And I do like the punch holes, too :)

  4. Love your soft colors and I really love this stamp. I do not have it, but will be getting it soon:)

    PS. thank you for your sweet comment on my blog:)


  5. WOW!!! That was the first word that came to mind the first moment I saw your card Seleise. It's absolutely stunning!!


  6. Nice soft colors. Great job on the background. Love the card. rita w

  7. I love this technique with the Scorpal!! and the Crop a dile holes are the perfect addition! Cute card chick!


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