Thursday, January 31, 2008

A Western...

FYI: Blogger is having a 4:30PM PST scheduled outage! Just in case you decide to surf your fav blogs and wonder why you can't access them.

Ok, now to my regularly scheduled business. This is short and sweet today but I wanted to draw you attention to the edging...created with one of my FAV tools Scor-pal!!!! That is my go to tool--an absolute must for every papercrafter. I use it EVERY day and on EVERY card...the possibilities are endless.

Stamp Set(s):
-For the Men (The Rummage Bin) by Cornish Heritage Farms

Chocolate and Berries Colorbox Queue Ink by Clearsnap

-Suede Brown Dark by Prism Paper

-Tawny Medium by Prism Paper

Patterned Paper
-Winona (Halfway Cafe) by Cosmo Cricket

-Hemp Twine
-Silver star brads

Have a super day.


Michelle said...

This card is super! I just love everything about it.

Enfys said...

What a great way of using scor pal. I would never have thought of that. Brilliant project, lovely colours.

Andrea G. said...

What a gorgeous card. Love it!!

leenda said...

Fantastic piece of artwork! Thanks for the heads up on blogger being down later.

Christina Fischer said...

What a FUN card!!! The scoring is a great touch! Love the colors and all your wonderful details! :)

Sherrie said...

You and I both had "western" on the brain today....I LOVE yours so much more than (grass is always greener isn't it). Counting the days till you visit!

Lisa's Blessed A Latte said...

Ride Em Cowboy!!!! Love this Alli...

Cindy said...

I really like your use of the scor-pal on this card! Very cool!

Carolyn King said...

Way cool, girl! love your scor palled edge (is that even a word??)

You never cease to amaze me!

Rose Ann said...

Love your western card!! Awesome!!