Yahoo we are celebrating my most used craft tool, my Scor-Pal. I use it for all my stair step cards and centre step cards. Even when I make a normal card, I generally cut card stock and score the centre fold with my Scor-Pal.
This centre step card also has scored lines on the background paper, unfortunately it is hard to see here in the photo. I cut the lady out and propped her up with 3D tape. I did NOT fussy cut on her left side between the violin, weird arm and her side. To give the illusion that I have, I used the Scor-Pal bone scorer and very firmly scored from under her arm, around her torso to the hip on the cream line (does that make sense).
Thank you for looking and thanks Scor-Pal for a terrific product.
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014 GMT Views: 265
Such a fabulous Steampunk card! All the elements work so well together and the fold is perfect!
Be sure to check out our new monthly challenge on the <a href="http://scor-pal.blogspot.com/2014/02/more-than-one-score-scor-pal-challenge.html">Scor-Pal</a> blog, this time it is flowers.
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Fri, Feb 21, 2014 @ 4:11 PM
Susie, this is incredible and I love steampunk! What a fascinating combination of elements you chose for this. What a neat idea to create the illusion of fussy cutting! This is fabulous!
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