3/17/12

Scor-Pal and American Crafts Blog Hop




We are blog hopping today with Scor-Pal and American Crafts. You should have arrived here from Heidi Sonboul's blog. If you didn't, just start at the Scor-Pal Blog and see what everyone has created today.


I was lucky enough to be able to work with American Craft's CHAP line. This is a great line to use for masculine projects with it's shades of browns, blues, yellows and greens.




I created a center fold card with my Scor-Pal using American Crafts cardstock. Using the reverse side of the Scott pattern paper, I cut it to fit my front panels. The right side of the Scott pattern paper was cut to fit the inside of my card and was cut into a scalloped circle for the front closure. I added a die cut circle to this onto which I added my image. This Magnolia stamp was colored with Copic Markers and then cut out and mounted to the front with foam adhesives for dimension. I added several buttons and pearls from this kit to the lower right corner.

Supplies:
Cardstock, Pattern Paper, Buttons, Pearls: American Crafts
Stamp: Magnolia
Markers: Copic Markers
Dies: Spellbinders

This bunny card would be perfect for anyone on your list. I cut Blue American Crafts Cardstock 6" x 12", then used my Scor-Pal to create a top folding card. Cutting the Jim pattern paper to fit the card front, I added Scott on Gray Cardstock which was cut to 5" x 5".



After coloring my image with Copic Markers, I scored lines around the image for a little bit of dimension. The tag and brad are coordinated perfectly with this collection and finished off this card nicely.



Supplies:
Cardstock, Pattern Paper: American Crafts
Markers: Copic Markers

This next card uses a variety of American Crafts papers and Clearsnap Inks to create a fun birthday card.



The Scor-Pal makes it so easy to create just the perfect score lines. This 3D card is so much fun to make and can be created for any occasion.



The card base is Brown American Crafts cardstock which has been scored and cut. Mike pattern paper has been cut to fit the base card and Jim has been placed on top.



I lightly inked the image with Clearsnap Inks and a Styllus, then added Clearsnap Smooch Ink for some shimmer on the balloons, the hat and the plate. The sentiment was stamped and embossed on a Journaling Card from the Justwrite package which I cut and adhered with foam adhesives.

Supplies:
Cardstock, pattern paper: American Crafts
Ink: Clearsnap Graphic 45 Decades Ink; Clearsnap Smooch Ink
Digi Image: SewManyCards
Stamp: MSE

Remember to stop at the Scor-Pal Blog because there are prizes involved.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Your next stop on this hop is Jenny Chesnick and I know she has something amazing to show you.

98 comments:

  1. I love all the cards! I really need to make more of them, but I havent had the time :(

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  2. I see it now! *giggle* Great cards! thanks for your continued hard work <3

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  3. Such sweet cards and adorable designs, you truly know how to use that scor-pal. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  4. wow your cards are all so fun and creative...thanks for sharing..

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  5. So cute! Thanks for sharing. Tine

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  6. Wonderful cards! Not only is your work with the scor pal awesome, but your coloring is gorgeous too!

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  7. Great cards...thanks for sharing.

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  8. Adorable cards! Love the step fold especially!

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  9. Beautiful cards, Steph!! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. Your cards are so cute! Thanks for sharing your ideas and talent.

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  11. Cute cards! Thanks for sharing..Hugs! Leah Ann

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  12. Such cute cards, love the fun folds and the coloring.

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  13. cute cards steph... i like the 3D card very much!

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  14. I love the tri fold card! Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Love your project - 3D, wow! Thanks for sharing!!

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  16. lovely cards! lovin this blog hop!! x

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  17. Your cards are beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
    <3

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  18. Love your cards; especially the first one.

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

    http://snoopyshomemadefun.blogspot.com/

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  19. I love the Chap line too!! And I love how you used them to make some fabulous cards!

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  20. love that patriotic card!!!! the papers are great!!

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  21. The bunny card is the best. Just made me feel better looking at it!

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  22. these are fabulous cards!
    TFS!

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  23. Fantastic cards! You did a fabulous coloring job on them.

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  24. Amazing cards thanks so much for sharing

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  25. Great cards! So much inspiration!

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  26. Great cards but oh my goodness, that third card is a knock out!

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  27. Lovely kiddies cards! Always need inspiration for that :D

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  28. Such cute cards :) love the differnt folds!

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  29. Wonderful cards, my favorite is the one with the cute bunny.

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  30. You combine fun colors together. I really love those tags!!

    xx
    Ellen

    ps. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!

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  31. Awesome cards - so colorful and fun!

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  32. Great cards! I have yet to try a 3 D card- must be one of my next ones!

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  33. beautiful cards. thanks for sharing!

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  34. Love all of the "non-traditional" cards...so much fun!

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  35. Gorgeous cards! I really like that last one!

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  36. That birthday card is so cute.

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  37. Cute cards - I love all the folds and dimensions the scoring creates!

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  38. Nice cards! Love the last one the best!

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  39. wow... this is beautiful!!!!! a fun way to use scor pal! thanks for sharing

    cheryl131091 at yahoo dot com

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  40. Awesome design...inspiring! Thank you for the great ideas!

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  41. That teddy looks so sad - maybe he had to fill in too many word verifications LOL!

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  42. Cute cards. Would love the chance to win.

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  43. Ca-ute! I love the depth in your coloring!

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  44. The scor-pal really makes these fun cards much easier to make! I haven't tried a few you showed - very inspired!

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  45. Stephanie, these cards are adorable, TFS I am a new follower and will try to come back soon!!!
    Have a great day
    Liz
    unikebyyes {at} yahoo { com}

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  46. Love your blog. Awesome cards. So beautiful you created. Time to hop along. Thanks!

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  47. Adorable cards! Thanks for sharing!

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  48. Great variety of cards. I like all of the different folds and the paper line is just great!

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  49. Great projects! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  50. Fabulous projects--I like the papers and how you used the Scor-Pal.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  51. Such cute cards! Really sweet and lovely!

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  52. Such cute cards! Really sweet and lovely!

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  53. All your cards are so cute, thanks for some inspiration for more masculine cards!!!
    Shelli

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  54. Great cards made easy (well, easier) with a Scor - Pal.

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  55. love the birthday card! Complicated!1

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