Sunday, February 20, 2011

Fun with the ScorPal

These are three of the cards that will be tought at my ScorPal Technique Night workshop this week. By using the ScorPal - you can create some unique backgrounds!

The first card is using the stamp set Lovely Peony. I paper pieced with the Angelee lavender paper, and popped up so it has more of an impact. I colored the leaves with COPICS and used various colors of our Bazzill cardstock. The ScorPal was used to create a diagonal pattern on the Snapdragon cardstock.

The second card used our fabulously fun Robots stamp set. This time I used the ScorPal to create a 'waffle' effect on the bright square and rectangle. Colored with my COPICS....... yes..... again!

The final card is my favorite. The layout and color choices are based on a card I received in trade from Pam Plencner. The stamp set used is Want to Fly from our Serendipity Street publication. The ScorPal was used on the bottom piece of Whirlpool cardstock. The middle strip was stamped with the new Versamark Dazzle Frost stamp pad. Nestabilties Large Labels were also used - as well as - you know..... my COPICS.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Thanks Sew Much

This stamp set was featured Wednesday on the TAC Savvy Blog! The guest designer for the day was Paula Kay Bourland. Boy - did she create some incredible cards!

For my card, I used lots of layers, once again! I can't help it - I just keep adding more when I am making my cards. The paper and cardstock are from the Juliette SWIC collection. I colored with COPICs, and added some Tan Scrappers Floss and a Button for the final touch.

Remember, this set, Sew Thankful, is on sale through the end of February for just $11.96!