I apologize for disappearing on you. I hurt my hand at work a couple of weeks ago and it is slowly healing. I have to minimize using it so that it doesn't hurt and it continues to heal. Unfortunately, that meant stamping had to fall on the back burner for a bit.
While I'm still healing, I do have a card to show you. I recently had my downline over for a meeting and I was able to complete a couple of the projects. It helped that all of the pieces were pre-cut so I didn't have to do too much work.
Elaine designed this card to showcase the new diagonal score tool. If you look closely at the Pear Pizzazz layer (click on it to enlarge the photo), you'll see that I scored lines every 1/2" in both directions. It makes a beautiful background design.
After the lines were scored, I punched a flower out of the Pear Pizzazz cardstock so the designer series paper would show through the hole. I finished the flower off with an image from the Mixed Bunch stamp set. All of the layers are popped up on dimensionals.
Elaine used the Curly Label punch to make the ends of the tag. I'm realizing now that I should have taken photos so that I can show you how to make the tag. I will take those photos and post them this week. It's a very clever way to use the punch.
UPDATE: Click here to see the tutorial.
I need to run and give my hand a rest. Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Mixed Bunch, Curly Cute
Paper: Whisper White, Pear Pizzaz, Spring Fever Simply Scrappin' Kit, Melon Mambo
Ink: Melon Mambo
Accessories: Dimensionals, Diagonal Score Tool
Punches: Curly Label, Blossom, 1" Circle
Big Shot: Beautiful Wings Embosslit