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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:
http://www.scor-pal.com/apr_magazine/index_files/Page1060.htm


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

Melisa
Jen
LaurieW
Brenda
Carol
Rita
Jany
Bridgett
Allison
Chris
Jamie
Kim

13 comments:

Chris said...

So cheerful and a great idea. Thanks for playing along!

StampinCarol said...

Cool! I like this!

Susan Mac Donald said...

I love the ideas you've demonstrated------thank you for sharing!

Jamie said...

Fun card. :D

Stampedbyanangel@aol.com said...

Nice and colorful with the embossing...

"Jany" said...

I had never ever tried to do lines like this one. Love how you varied its colors. TFS!

Bridgett said...

Love it! I need to try this technique with the markers. Love the papers and cards!!!

Stacy said...

Cute! I like how you used the lines to line up your sentiment.

Barb said...

What a fun technique! And I love the bright cheery flower cards!

Rita Kegg said...

Love that idea of raising them!! I just did that with a plaid paper but now I can do it with markers too. Thanks and blessings

Kim said...

Betty great cards! I need to give this one a try!I also like the idea of going back over with your bone folder to give more texture...

Melisa Waldorf Angel #4405 said...

Hi Betty! Awesome samples/inspiration for using the scor-pal. Isn't it amazing how many different looks/projects you can get out of this tool. I need to use mine more!

Angela K said...

How fun! TFS