Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Peace Roses

This card was made for a Piercing Challenge on StampTV. Again, I used one of my favorite stamp sets, A Year of Flowers by Melanie. I used the Scor-Bug (purchased from GinaK Designs) to create the piercing along the left side of the card. This is such a great little tool because you use it with your Scor-Pal and just run it along the grooves to keep a perfectly straight line. If you turn the card stock over, it looks like embossed dots. The frame was made with Nestabilities. Before taking the white piece out of the Nestability, I used my Scor-Pal to create the grid then chalked it. This left the embossed border around the frame. I used Craft White ink and Detail Clear embossing powder to stamp the roses. To color I used Pretty In Pink and Barely Banana reinkers to watercolor the roses and Certainly Celery and Almost Artichoke ink on the leaves. I forgot to mention I used Garden Green Craft ink to stamp the leaves. I pierced the scallops on both frames. The frames and the roses are all on dimensional tape. Rhinestones were used on the four corners.


Primitive Seasons said...

These are gorgeous! Lovely. You did a fantastic job. Isn't this just a fabulous stamp set and embossing folder.


Stampin' Pam said...

Unbelievably beautiful - got a scor-bug but haven't used it yet. This is an amazing card.

Jose said...

'WOW' gorgeous work!

Melanie said...

so gorgeous, I have yet to do the roses with the white embossing, it's just lvely, the scored detial adds so much!


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