Last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project was all about knowing the score, or more importantly, where to put your score lines!
This stunning project used Rococo Rose as the main colour. The attendees used a variety of scoring implements (Paper Folder with ruler, Take Your Pick Tool, Paper Trimmer Scoring blade etc) to create their texture.
They drew a diagonal line on the back, and then created their score lines up to it. As the ‘join’ is covered with a piece of co-ordinating In Color Ribbon, it’s an easy way of adding texture to one piece of cardstock.
As the piece is no longer flat, Tear & Tape was used to stick everything together. This gives a stronger hold and avoids using pressure and accidentally crushing the pretty embossing.
More roses, in the form of the Wild Rose Dies were used for the flower. Drawing around the outline of the shape and cutting it out to create a background.
Before attaching the two pieces together with a Glue Dot, the die cut shape was given the Wink of Stella treatment.
Both the leaf and rose were then attached to the layered Rococo Rose and Very Vanilla circles.
A final touch of sparkle comes from a Gold Glitter Enamel Dot in the centre of the flower.
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