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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Scor-Pal Blog Hop

I have signed up for another Blog Hop with my fellow TAC angels. This time everyone is doing something with the scor-pal tool.

I made these three cards with the technique using markers and the scor-pal. I added a twist by going over the back of the lines with the scoring tool so the marker lines are also raised up.
This card uses the TAC stamp Ship Collage(T2027) and gold embossing powder over Versamark ink. The two cards below have no stamping, only decorated paper and paper posies.

Here is the tutorial that Rita Kegg did for the Scor-pal website that inspired me:

Be sure to check out these other angels' blogs on May 4th for more fantastic scor-pal ideas:


Sunday, April 26, 2009


I just returned from a visit with a dear friend in Washington and my son's family in Portland. I took pictures of breathtaking scenery, thinking some would look great on cards. Here is the card I made to send to my friend who was with me when I took the picture. I used stamps from the sets Flourishes(T2614 p. 70 fall cataog) and Swirly Sayings(a retired Mabelle set), stamped a piece of acetate with Stazon Opaque cotton white, and attached it to the photo with a ribbon before gluing it on to the card.

I also used another photo taken of the same harbor with the gray clouds as a basis for a sympathy card, but that one got sealed in the envelope before I remembered about scanning it. I have to say thank you to Allison whose card was the original inspiration and whose love for all things acetate got me hooked. Here's her blog page-she is very creative so you must check out her posts.