Using your Scor-Pal to add Decorative Scores on your Cards
Today I’m sharing a tool with you all created by an amazing lady who I adore. The Scor-Pal by Dina Crick. I was on Diana’s Design team for Magnolia-licious for years and used to work the trade shows with her. Every time I use my Scor-Pal or Scor-tape it brings a smile and some great memories back.
So, today I just want to share how I took my strip of white card stock and scored it at 1/2 inch all the way down the entire strip. It was the perfect amount of dimension and looks great with the card layout, too! It’s such a simple way of Using your Scor-Pal to add Decorative Scores on your Cards.
I used my Copic Markers to color my cute little kitty from the ‘Meow You Doin’ Lawn Fawn Stamp set. This is actually one of the 6 cards we will be creating in my next Lawn Fawn Class at This n That Scrapbooking.
- Cat – E30, E31, E33, E25, R32, R01
- Bed – G20, G21, G24, G28, Y21
- Cat food – E25, E33, R30, R01, Y21, Y26, N1, N3, B12, B00
- Hat – B00, Y21, G21,
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