Monday, July 28, 2008

Quilted Card


So with this card I decided to play around with Scoring and embossing. I wanted the background to look like a quilt. I used the scoring blade on my Fiskers cutter and scored every 1/2". I then used the piercing tool and pierced a hole in each corner of the diamonds. I embossed the 2 different flowers from the Pick a Petal Brass Template to emboss. I then used the same template to pierce the small flower and the 1/16" circle punch to make the holes in the larger embossed flower. I stamped Happy Birthday on the card stock before I dry embossed it or punched it out with the scallop circle punch. It is hard to see in the picture but I used my regular stylus and made small circles in the edges of the edge scallops. I used the ticket corner punch in 2 of the four corners and Double Circle Punch to make the faux brads in the 2 corners and the center of the flower. I do not know if I will every get sick of the Red Riding Hood. I am going to run out before I can even officially order it. I also used one of the new buttons that will be coming out int he new catalog.
Stamps: Stitched Background, Think Happy Thoughts
Paper: Red Riding Hood, Whisper White, Pacific Point
Ink: Red Riding Hood, Pacific Point
Accessories: Scallop Edge Punch, 1 1/16" Circle Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Pick a Petal Brass Template, Fiskers Scorer, SU Button, Black Twine, Ticket Corner Punch


4 comments:

  1. Love the quilted look, Debbi!

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  2. Love the scoring and it really does look like a quilt!

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  3. Debbi,
    This is just gorgeous! I love that background and only recently have seen cards using it.

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