Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

I began by cutting a piece of card stock to 3 3/4 X 5.

Then, I placed it on my Scor-Pal like this.

I marker the position on your card with the blue arrows. See how the points line up on the 5" marker on the top and bottom?

The red arrows are where you score. It's amounts to scoring every half inch. But, it's key to start in the center at the 5" spot where your points are. Then, if you have less area on either end, it will still look uniform and beautiful.

Remember, if you are using textures or patterned paper for this. The textured or patterned side should face down while you are scoring so your score lines are raised on the from of your card.

Then, I turned my card 1/4 turn. I lined it up again at the 5" mark from corner to corner and scored again the same way to achieve my criss cross look.

For the focal point of my card, I didn't have a Marvy punch big enough, so I punches two Giga Scalloped Rectangles and overlapped them to make on huge one.

I colored my picture with Copic markers and added a little fancy bling. Here is my finished card.

And here is a close up of my coloring.


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Really like this Gina it makes a lovely background feature

Thanks for the great ideas!

I like this background cannot wait to try it. Thanks

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