9/13/11

Unity and Scor-Pal Blog Hop

Hi and welcome to the Unity Stamp Company and Scor-Pal Blog Hop!

Our teams have come together to show you ALL of the amazing things you can do with Unity Stamp Company stamps and Scor-Pal products!

Along the blog hop you will find cards and projects that are sure to INSPIRE you!

Oh and we have prizes, too, so BE SURE to leave a comment on ALL of the blogs on today’s Blog Hop! There will be 2 winners! 1 will get a Scor-Pal and 1 will get 10 Unity Itty Bitty stamps of their choice! Winners will be picked from ALL of the comments so the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to WIN!

The winners will be announced on Thursday, September 15th on the Unity Stamp Company blog and the Scor-Pal blog!

Today I'm sharing with you an easel card.



Using my Scor-pal, this shaped card was so easy to create. I cut my card from Core-dinations cardstock using Spellbinders Grand Calibre Scalloped Circle Dies, being sure a small section of the cardstock did not cut, thus creating a card. I scored the top panel at 7 1/2" and 8 1/4" to create the folded section of the card which would become the easel.



I folded this section and used Scor-tape to add a seperate Scalloped Circle on top, lining up the scallops.



I added a smaller circle on the card base, inked the edges and stamped butterflies from the Unity Stamp set using Clearsnap's Mix'd Media Inx which I then embossed with clear embossing powder.



I stamped the Lemonade Stand on Cryogen White cardstock and colored it with Copic Markers, then cut it out as I wanted it 3 dimentional. Since I wanted to add a small image behind the Lemonade stand, I cut out the center. The mini Magnolia image was also colored with Copic Markers and cut to fit behind the Lemonade stand which was adhered with foam adhesive squares. Before assembling the card, I added some twine behind the layers.



Thanks for stopping by. Remember to leave a comment on each blog for your chance to win some amazing prizes.

Your next stop on the blog hop is: Christi Snow.

In case you get lost, here's a complete list of the blog hop:

HOP ORDER:


Unity Stamp Company

Angie Blom

Diane Zechman

Jimmi Mayo

Gini Cagle

Natalie Dever

Julie Koerber

Maren Benedict

Katie Tate

Stephanie Muzzulin

Robyn Weatherspoon

Steph Ackerman

Christi Snow

Tami Mayberry

Lisa Henke

Brooke Lien

Virginia Nebel

Wendy Chang

Lisa Andrews

http://scor-pal.blogspot.com/



Supplies:
Cardstock: Core-dinations, Cryogen
Scoring Tool: Scor-Pal
Stamps: Unity Stamps - Lemonade Stand; Mini Magnolia
Inks: Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx
Embossing Powder: Clearsnap Top Boss Clear Embossing Powder
Pattern paper: K&Co.
Twine: The Twinery
Markers: Copic Markers

90 comments:

  1. this is really cute! love the easle cards and in scallop shape....an extra fun one!

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  2. This is super duper cute!! TFS CallyAnn

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  3. so cute..love the design...thanks for sharing.

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  4. I've never made an easle card, looks really neat!

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  5. super super cute card. I love that it's 3d and an easel card. makes you happy to just look at it.

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  6. super cute! love to do easle cards

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  7. Love the easel card, that is always the card I seem to gravitate towards when I make a card... need to try making a shaped one too! Thanks for sharing loved it.

    Staci
    staci412{@}optonline{.}net

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  8. Your card is darling! I love the design, thanks for taking detailed pics. ;)

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  9. This is adorable!
    asvoboda@juno.com

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  10. Wow, there are so many cute card designs on this hop I can't decide what I want to do first! Love this circle card.

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  11. Easels are such fun and always look so nice when displayed.

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  12. Super cute...love the card...thank you for sharing

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  13. Love the easel card. I might have to try one of these!

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  14. Great take on an easel card, thanks for sharing.

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  15. LOVE your circular easel card! Never thought of trying a circle one so thanks for the idea and tutorial!

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  16. Such a sweet card, thanks for sharing it.

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  17. this is so cute! love the lemonade stand.

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  18. So interesting! Just terrific! Thank you.

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  19. Very cute card, Steph! Thanks for the tutorial, too!

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  20. Wow, your card is so amazing. Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs, Uta

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  21. Love the scallop shape for the card! The lemonade stamp is so cute too!

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  22. A circle scallop card!! Love it! chefl@swbell.net

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  23. Easel cards are so fun. I like that yours looks like a sunflower.

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  24. lovely card thanks for the inspiration
    hugs

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  25. This is super duper cute.. I love the scalloped circle easel card and the image is super duper cute.. Thanks for sharing...

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  26. What a sweet project you created for this special hop!

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  27. cute cute xx love the shape xx

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  28. Great easel card. I love this! Thanks for the terrific inspiration. :)

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  29. A circular easel card... wow! What a fun design.

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  30. I like the scallop circle look for the card. Nice job.

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  31. How cute is this card! Love that lemonade stand!!

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  32. Love your card! I am learning so much today! Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown edwinabrown@comcast.net

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  33. very cute, love that you made a round easle card.

    alisha.moorenielsen@gmail.com
    http://scrappin-happens.blogspot.com/

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  34. Very cute. Haven't tried an easel card yet. One more thing to try...yay!

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  35. oh this is one sweet card. love the lemonade stamp and great folds so glad to be hopping with you today... i have to give this a try.

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  36. Very cute easel card--I like the scallop shape.

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  37. I've never made a card like that before. It's really neat and it looks like I could do it!

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  38. Wonderful card and thanks so much for the tutorial! So glad you could join us at MMCS layer it up challenge.

    Shelby

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  39. So cute!! Tilda is darling!!
    Teri

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  40. Seriously cute lemonade stand and shaped card!

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  41. I like your easel card, thank you for sharing.

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  42. Adorable project! I love the colors and the design!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. WOW - what an amazing card. Definitely gonna have to try making an easel card.

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  44. Steph, this turned out so adorable!
    hugs,

    Gini

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  45. Such a sweet card and a new take on an easel card fold!! Love it!

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  46. Love the scallops on the easel card! So cute!

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  47. Fantastic easel card and such a great tutorial..thank you for sharing...just a little side note, if entering into the Simon Says challenge, if you could just mention that you are doing so this would be fabulous... thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog

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  48. Super CUTE card! You did an awesome job coloring! TFS!

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  49. I like the way you did the card - thanks for the tutorial!

    Noreen
    www.make-homemade-gifts.com

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  50. Gotta love shaped easel cards!! Fabulous job, great tutorial. TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot comandepi

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  51. very pretty! I like easle cards and this one is really cool!

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  52. Great idea. I love round cards. Thanks for the how to.

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  53. LOL remindes me of Lucy from Charlie Brown...LOVE the card. Thanks for the chance at the win

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  54. SUPER cute--I just had an easel card picked up for publication! I should make more!!

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  55. Your card is so lovely! I love the design, the colors well just everything.
    Blessings Bernie

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  56. Great card. Looks complicated until you describe how you did it. The Scor-Pal sure helps out in this work. Now I see a real need for one (hint). Love the stamp work too! a happy crafter, maxk@mymts.net

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  57. Awww....so sweet! Thanks for the tute too!

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  58. so cute, different way to do an easel card

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  59. so cute, different way to do an easel card

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  60. Hi Steph! This is such an adorable card! Great tutorial too!
    Thank you for joining us at Freshly Brewed Challenges for our "Use Something New" challenge!
    Hugs Sheryl

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  61. This is darling...what a fab easel card and your details are awesome. Thanks for the tutorial on your details...love it!

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  62. I love blog hops! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  63. Love what you did with the scallop shape!!

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  64. Amazing Inspiration! Absolutely Adoraable!

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  65. Love all the creative designs and techniques! I am headed down to my girl cave to be creative!

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  66. Love all the creative designs and techniques! I am headed down to my girl cave to be creative!

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  67. What a fabulous and adorable card!!! Love it! Thanks for joining us at the monthly Freshly Brewed "Something New" Challenge.

    Linda

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