Wednesday, 11 July 2012

As promised here are some more swaps from the Tartan Stampers mini convention.

This first card however was actually a class taught by the very talented and lovely Lorrain Harrison-Rogers. Lots of distressing and very vintage. Really loved this one.

This one was Tooty's card using the fabulous Everything Eleanor stamp set. I love the colour combination of concord crush, lucky limeade and crumbcake.

Fiona provided a canvas, instead of a card for her swap, that shows off some of the gorgeous cardstock colours in Stampin' Up!'s colour families. I've just noticed as well that I need to add some more Rhinestones to bling up the top half as well.

This was Carol's card and we got to try out the new Stampin' Up Simply Scored Scoring Tool.
I have not long acquired my own Simply Scored and I have to say that so far I am very impressed with it. Previously I used the Scor-Pal but the Simply Scored has many more grooves as you can score at every 1/8". This makes it much more versatile for 3d projects, mini-scrapbooks and for adding definition to cards.
 And you can also purchase a diagonal plate is well which is amazing for making matching envelopes from the Designer Series paper.

And this last one for today is a pretty card made using Vintage Vogue stamp set (one of my very favourite sets) and the Manhattan Flower embossing folder.

More swaps tomorrow!

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