Wednesday, May 28, 2008

May Blog Hop


Welcome to Papertrey Ink's May Blog Hop!!! This certainly is not my most creative card ever made but to me it is fresh and simple. Our challenge was to use score lines. Now, I do not have any kind of score tool except my Fiskars 12". I line up my paper on the track and run the bone folder along the track to my my score lines. I had a different idea in mind. One that involves wavy lines. I do have a CM wavy trimmer but when I ran the bone folder along the track it made the 1/4" marks on my paper as well. SO...I had to think of something else. I love diamond shape so I went with that. I know it is hard to see in the picture, sorry. I used PTI awesome new Lavender Moon, Lemon Tart and Aqua Mist ink and the Garden of Life stamp set. It really is a beautifully simple card IRL. I made a card just like this in Aqua mist Paper and then stamped Aqua Mist in onto white cs then layered that in between the score lines. You REALLY could not see the score lines in that pic though. I hope you are inspired. I cannot wait to see all of the other
creations be sure to check out the list of Blog Hoppers address here. TFL Have Fun!!
~Julie~

8 comments:

Kimberly said...

Love the unique way you highlighted the flowers! Beautiful effect!!
I used my Fiskars too! :)

Regan said...

DUDE- how did you do that so perfect????

Lynn Mercurio said...

Hey you did great! I would have never been able to get such straight score lines with my fiskars. Great job!

GrammaStamper (Barb) said...

You did a great job for only using your Fiskars score blade. Well done.

the whimsical butterfly said...

Those lines are amazing-they;'re like, flawless!!! Wow and with Fiskars...you are a rockin' steady hand! Thanks for sharing and great job!

Lisa Thibault said...

I love it - its simple and elegant. It would make a beautiful gift card set for someone. Great job with the scoring!

Annapurna said...

I love the scoring and the image in the middle. Picture does not seem to do justice to the card.

Deanna said...

You did this with fiskars? Awesome!