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Saturday, April 2, 2016



Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and score lines.

I made this card several days ago but photo issues cropped up (haha), again.
I finally made to to a camera shop today.
I found out my lens is dying...but still usable!
The issue I was having with focus was a toggle switch.
It was flipped to manual focus. I was trying to do auto-focus!
I KNEW it was some unknown to me switch!!!
Lastly all of my cheap card readers for my memory cards quit.
I got a better one. I HOPE it lasts a bit longer.
SO, without further ado...

I have long admired Laurie's use of score lines.
I just never think of it.
I think it goes back to my not making very much of my background paper...

I also like the idea of just doing part of the panel.
It allows for stamping...

It really does add texture and interest without being too labor intensive.
Maybe I should make a list of techniques to add to my card making.
Think I would use it? Probably not.
Habits are hard to break!

Thank you for looking at my blog!


  1. Absolutely beautiful card! So springy and cheerful. Love it.

  2. Love the red on the sparrow. I have that set and will have to lift your idea. Wonderful card.

  3. Very pretty, love the touch of diagonal scoring!

  4. Great idea to score a portion of the card front. Lovely colors on the birds! Beautiful card!

  5. Super love this one, Suze. The colours you used are totally awesome and so is your layout. (Keep this one on file!) And you went modern with partial scoring of the panel with diagonal lines.

  6. Susan, you're making me want those "Woods" sets after seeing your birds on that beautiful branch. This is just lovely with the diagonal score lines on only part of your colorful card.

  7. Ugh! camera problems I'm suffering some of the same! but your card is so pretty and well photographed! : ) I love that bird - I really need to shop!!


  8. Love your beautiful!!