Friday, April 20, 2012

Market Street Stamps Week- Day 5


We are excited to be bringing  you a special week here on the Scor-pal blog featuring projects created not only with Scor-pal products but, also, some great stamps from our friends at Market Street Stamps.  We hope you will take time to stop by each day this week to see what the designers are up to. While you're here be sure to leave a comment each day for your chance to win a Scor-buddy and some Market Street Stamps that will be given away to one randomly selected visitor. Of course, you'll also want to hop over and pay a visit to the Market Street Stamps blog because they are featuring Scor-pal and Market Street projects as well!!

Deadline to enter for the random drawing is midnight Sunday April 22.

Today is our final day of projects with Market Street Stamps. Today's featured projects come from Scor-pal designer Steph Ackerman.


Scoring Tool: Scor-Pal; Stamp: Market Street Stamps, Comforting Florals; Ink: Clearsnap Cakewalk Dye Ink, Black Mix’d Media Inx, Twinkling Watermark Ink; Embossing Powder: Clearsnap Top Boss Clear; Brads: Basic Grey

For this first card I inked glossy cardstock by running ColorBox's CakeWalk Inkpad across the cardstock. Once it dried, I used the Comforting Florals Stamp set  to create my card. I stamped the sentiment with Black Mix’d Media Inx in the center of the panel, then stamped the flowers in the corners. I then matted this panel with black cardstock.

Using Twinkling Watermark Ink, I stamped the flowers on cream cardstock and embossed them with Clear Embossing Powder. I mounted the sentiment in the center of the card and scored around it with my Scor-Pal, adding brads to the flower centers before assembling my card.




Scoring Tool: Scor-Pal; Stamp: Market Street Stamps, Believing Butterflies; Ink: Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx - Denim; Embossing Powder: Clearsnap Top Boss Clear; Dies: Sizzix


For my next card, I cut cardstock 5 1/2" x 11" and scored it in half creating a top fold card. I scored 5 lines across the bottom of the card. Using the  Believing Butterfly stamps, I stamped three butterflies with Denim Mix’d Media Inx, embossed them with Clear Embossing Powder and cut them out. Adding foam adhesives to the butterflies, I added them across the score lines.

The sentiment was stamped in Denim Mix’d Media Inx and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder, then die cut into a scalloped circle. It was added to the card with foam adhesives on top of blue and black die cut circles.







30 comments:

Debbie said...

Beautiful cards!

Miriam Prantner said...

Great cards! Love how some simple score lines add so much to a card. The sentiments are wonderful too!

Bethany Becker said...

Gorgeous cards. THanks for the inspiration!

cardsbymo said...

Your red card is a beauty! I love the butterflies in flight!

CraftyJo said...

Love the subtle colouring on the first card and the red one is beautifully vibrant.

Leanne said...

Gorgeous cards. Love the sentiment on the first one in particular.

Ravengirl said...

Beautiful cards! I love the oen with the flowers

CLM-cindylu2u said...

It has been an inspiring week and I have so enjoyed seeing all the fantastic ways to use Scoring that I never would have thought of. Thank you everyone for sharing these beautiful projects with us!!
Cindylu

Dee in N.H. said...

Love your cards! Great sentiments and I especially like the way you scored the second one.
Thanks to everyone for sharing all the great things with us this week!

Tammy Ortiz said...

This is a super cute card. I just adore it

Amy Jones #8546 said...

Great cards. I love the scoring. It really adds to the card. Thanks for a great week of Fabulous projects. oh and of course a ton of inspiration.

The Farris Family said...

Great cards! I love the stamps you used & the scoring!

Tammy V said...

Love the colors and the little added scoring texture.

howo34 said...

Very cute cards!

Linda R. said...

Beautiful card. I love the techniques you used. The scoring adds the perfect touch.

Caryn S said...

Your cards are beautiful! I really like the effects you got with the inks and embossing powders and love the way you used the scoring on each card.

jusaweecatnap said...

I love the way the subtle scoring adds a touch of class to these two cards.

Kristie Maynard said...

Lovely cards! I love the look of the scoring on the cards. I don't think to do it though, I have to remember this, it adds such texture and interest!
TFS!

rush said...

nice cards. thank you for sharing.

Wendy Thompson said...

I love both cards. Well done

zehra said...

Beautiful card.s. both are pretty and colorful

rlovew said...

Wonderful cards! I really like the simple texture the score lines add to the cards.

Mrs. Hill said...

Lovely cards! I love the soft rainbow effect on the first card's sentiment panel. The daisies are a great texture for the background. The score lines in the second card give a great subtle texture without adding bulk. With all the new great chipboard and dimensional elements, it's great to remember that simple works well too. :)

Renee said...

Very pretty cards, love the rainbow one!

Jimjams said...

Two beautifully made cards - how lovely to receive either one in the mail.

Rex and Jo said...

Lovely cards with great themes. Thanks for sharing

Rex and Jo said...

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Florence Turnour said...

Love those butterflies.

lynda said...

So pretty the way you inked the different colors on the 1st card!

sharon g said...

These look so cool with the lines. It makes such a difference.