CFC82: Use creative scoring on your clean and simple project
And the sponsor for this challenge is none other than Scor-Pal! The winner of this week's challenge will receive her very own Scor-Buddy! Yayness!
I love the look of decorative/creative scoring on cards, I just wish I could remember to use it more often! For this challenge, I racked my brain trying to think of clever ways to incorporate scoring, but nothing was clicking. Then I decided to put to paper a card idea I've been mulling over in my head, and it hit me! And now for the paper yummy:
So, this card was inspired by the little game piece stamp from the Paper Smooches Knick Knacks set. It looks just like the game piece from the board game "Sorry!". So I stamped it in each of the four colors from the game, then created the word "Sorry!" using the Alphadot stamp set. Then I used my Scor-Pal to create a grid pattern around the edges of the card, to simulate a game board. I added some Glossy Accents to the game pieces to finish off the card:
How will you even the score? You have until next Thursday at noon EST to play along with this week's challenge, and I hope you do! Thanks for looking!
Supplies: card stock: Stampin' Up! (white), Recollections (black); stamps: Paper Smooches; inks: TPC Studio (red, blue, yellow, green), Tsukineko (black); Glossy Accents: Ranger; scoring board: Scor-Pal