Saturday, November 14, 2009

Sneak Peak: Ski Darling part 2

I hope you're ready for more samples with the Ski Darling set that will release tomorrow. Today's cards were totally inspired by Michelle Wooderson's blog post found here. Her blog (Mish Mash) is filled with crafty inspiration. 

I love to use my scor-pal to create a grid for easy placement of images to create backgrounds. I scored my white cardstock every 1/2 inch in both directions to create my grid. On the first card I stamped the snowflake image in the center of the squares and on the second card I stamped the snowflake on the grid lines.


Hope to "see" you back here tomorrow for the latest release from Clear and Simple Stamps.

  • Stamps: Ski Darling from Clear and Simple Stamps (releasing November 15)
  • Paper: Neenah White, Kraft, SU Riding Hood Red
  • Ink: SU Ruby Red, Distress Ink Antique Linen
  • Misc: Scor-pal (to create the grid for the background), White gel pen, Snowflake punch, Tag punch, Ribbon, Button, Corner Chomper


Susie said...

More of your fabulous work. I so love this design. Great tip on using the Scor-Pal.

Lynette said...

Very cool cards, Beth!

Simone P. said...

I love it!

Chris said...

Sorry that I never pop in to comment - I enjoy each of your posts! I had to come over today and say thanks for sharing this brilliant idea. :)

Basement Stamper said...

I love Mish's blog!!! These cards are super cute and I love how you did the scor-pal to line up your images.

Maria Levine said...

Beautiful job! Love what you did with that set!

Steph Zerbe said...

scor-palgrid...LOVE IT! These are so festive and modern!