Welcome to the first ever blog hop combining Paper Temptress and Scrapbook Stamp Society!!
This hop has wonderful designers from the Paper Temptress using amazing images from artists of Scrapbook Stamp Society to create some delightful cards for your enjoyment. Each design team member has combined papers from PaperTemptress as well as images from Scrapbook Stamp Society in their creations. Please hop though the blogs below and leave a little comment on each blog in the hop. There's a prize today from Scrapbook Stamp Society, that will be given to a winner selected at random chosen on Monday. The winner will be announced and posted both on the Scrapbook Stamp Society blog and the Paper Temptress blog.
Good Luck everyone!
Here's the blog hop order
Paper Temptress Blog, http://blogs.papertemptress.com/
Anita Autore, Cards and Coffee http://cardsandcoffee.blogspot.com/
Gloria Barganier Westerman, Creations by Gloria, http://gloriawest.blogspot.com/
Lisa Allen, Todd and Lisa Creations, http://toddandlisacreations.blogspot.com/
Tammy Hair, Tammy's Spot, http://tammy-tammyspot.blogspot.com/
Holley Barnhart, Holley's Blog, http://holleybarnhartsblog.blogspot.com/
Steph Ackerman, Live Laugh Scrap with Steph Ackerman, http://stephaniescraps.blogspot.com HERE
Melanie Labelle, Mel's Craftty Clips, http://fabulouscolorfulcraftsbymel.blogspot.com
Vickie Kertz, Vicki's Addiction, http://momkertz.blogspot.com/
Scrapbook Stamp Society - http://addicted-to-stamps.blogspot.com/
I used this sweet image from the Scrapbook Stamp Society: First Kiss.
To create a gate fold card I began by cutting Epic Black Linen cardstock to 5 1/2" x 11". Using my Scor-buddy, I scored this paper at 2 3/4", then flipped it over and scored again at 2 3/4".
Since I wanted score lines along the two panels I created, I scored every 1/4" on both panels. The Scor-buddy makes it so easy to get perfectly straight lines every time.
Using this sweet image, I colored it with Copic Markers, then cut it to fit my card. After corner rounding the edges, I inked the edges yellow, then matted it with Red Pepper Linen and Lemon Yellow Treasures Cardstock. I then adhered the right side of the image to the flap with foam adhesives for dimension.
I cut the heart from Red Pepper Linen and then embossed it. This cardstock truly stands up to die cutting and embossing. I adhered the left side of the heart to the flap, allowing the right side of the heart to remain free inside the card. When you close the card, the image lays atop the heart.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you get lost along the hop, please start at PaperTemptress.