Cornish Heritage Farms, JustRite Monogram Stamper, Scor-Pal, Technique Challenge Cards, Thank you cards
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Get a Grid!

Hello all! Yesterday’s SCS technique lovers challenge was to make a grid on our cards.   This is a simple  technique, and you can use your Scor-Pal or just a ruler and any scoring tool.  You will find a great tutorial HERE.

I went shopping on the weekend!!  My local scrapbook store recently moved to a new (bigger) location, so i just had to check it out!   They have lots of yummy paper, accessories, ribbons, and tools, but best of all they have a good selection of My Favorite Things Stamps and a great selection of Bella Stamps!   Of course i had to buy at least one Bella (tyler the jock) and I found a fabulous package of 17 SandyLion stamps!  They’re an assortment of the cutest little animals with stitch lines around their edges like the charming bird that I used  on this card.


I made a grid background using my Scor-Pal, then stamped over it in versamark with my Floral backgrounder stamp.  This technique is a great way to add texture and dimension to a card.

The main image is colored with a blender pen and my aqua promarkers, and Ranger distress ink.
The sentiment is stamped using the DIY JustRite monogram stamp wood block.  I am loving this monogram set!

Stamps:JustRite monogram stamper Curlz alpha, Sandy Lion Stamps, Cornish Heritage Farms Floral backgrounder
Paper: Bazzill Basics, Crate Paper Blue Hill Breeze,
Ink: Taken With Teal, Ranger Distress china blue ink
Accessories: American Crafts eyelets, piercing tool ,creative memories cutting system, Scor-Pal
Techniques: paper piercing, grid

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3 Comments

  1. What a cool technique! I haven’t done this one yet. I don’t own a Scor-it or Scor-Pal yet. (I KNOW! Can you believe that???) I might try my regular old Fisckars trimmer with a score blade and see if that works! It made up a darling card!! Hope all is well Deena!!

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