Love Story

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Hello my scrappy friends. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
I thought I would show you how adding a bit of scoring to a card can enhance its elegance.
 This is also my entry for the Design Team application at Scor-Pal.

Get out your Scor-Pal, Cuttlebug & stamps and
Let’s Make a Card…


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Make a card base measuring 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. Attach Dark green card stock that is cut the same size.
On white card stock that has been cut just a bit smaller than base card, you will want to stamp all your sentiments in coordinating inks, leaving a large section blank to die cut an oval for the dominant sentiment.

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With your Scoring board, lightly make score lines around each sentiment, then flip over and trace over for deeper score lines. Stamp and clear heat emboss your main sentiment on the oval you just cut out.

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Die cut a smaller oval on light green card stock, so it is centered with the oval on the white card stock. Attach main sentiment to backside of light green card stock, and attach this to base card.

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Using foam adhesive, attach top piece so it is centered over the main sentiment and square at the corners.

Die cut flourish & flowers from light green and white card stock respectively. Punch twigs from dark green card stock.

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Attach as shown to front of card. Add Stickles to flower petals as desired.

Love Story


Hope you enjoyed and thanks for stamping by…..

Let's go Shopping:
White, Light Green & Dark Green card stock
Stampin' Up stamp set - One in a Million
Stampendous - Clear Embossing Powder
McGill - Pine Branch Punch



3 comments

Sandra H said...

Ahhhhhhhhhh to is just so wonderful x

Elizabeth Allan said...

Perfectly tiled with embossing Penny! This application for the design team is a wowzer!

Cathy A said...

Brilliant design, love the little rolled up flowers too!

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