Thursday, May 23, 2013

May Arts + Scor-Pal!

Welcome to the May Arts & Scor-pal hop!
Today I am putting the turquoise 1.5" faux linen to work!
I started by using Mod-Podge as a stiffener & setting aside-you may be able to see the difference in texture the mod-podge gives in the picture below-
 
Once it was dry, I used my Scor-pal at 1/2" intervals to score the ribbon. 
 Then I accordion folded it & hot-glued it to a piece of cardstock.
 Next I scored my card base & DCWV decorative paper.
 And here it is assembled!


I'm loving how it turned out!
 
Now you KNOW with a hop comes a give-away! So make sure you leave a comment here, and at each stop of the hop for your chance at 3 spools of your choice AND a Scor-pal of your own! :)
Wahoo, right! :)
Next stop is Abby Henderson!

Thursday
Jen Shears
Abby Henderson - http://scrappin-abby.blogspot.com/
Jenifer Cowles
Diane Zechman - http://papercookies.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/
Karen Baker
Jennie Harper - http://www.stampawaytheday.blogspot.com/
Lalo IK
Katie Tate - http://bothsidesofthepaper.blogspot.com/
Sandy Allnock
Lisa Silver - http://silverstamping.blogspot.com/
Virginia Fynes

And here's tomorrow's list so you don't miss any stops!!!
 

Friday
Charlene Driggs
Lori Williams - http://www.pinkcloudscrappers.blogspot.com/
Christina Colón
Steph Ackerman - http://www.stephaniescraps.blogspot.com/
DeeDee Catron
Toni Storie - http://sweetpeasstory.blogspot.com/
Emily Lanham
Tya Smith - http://simply-tya.blogspot.com/
Erin Thiem
Virginia Nebel - http://virginianebel.blogspot.com/
Gini Williams Cagle

68 comments:

  1. Jen this is a GENIUS idea! Fantastic! I'm going to be doing this pronto!!

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  2. Jen this is a GENIUS idea! Fantastic! I'm going to be doing this pronto!!

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  3. Love this colorway and technique.

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  4. Fabulous technique! Now, where's my Mod Podge?

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  5. What a gorgeous idea...thanks for sharing....great card!
    xxx Margreet

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  6. Very pretty and great idea to stiffen this ribbon and accordion fold it.

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  7. wow...liked the idea of making rossette with ribon...so beautiful.

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  8. Love love LOVE what you did with the ribbon! I especially love the knot that you made for the center of your pleated (half) flower! So cute, and I will totally be lifting this idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  9. This ribbon fan is BRILLIANT!!!! Love it!

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  10. What a beautiful fan! Great card!

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  11. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing

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  12. I am new to ribbon techniques so your Mod Podge idea is a great help. Thanks for sharing your pretty project and the tutorial!!!

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  13. What a beautiful work of art. I just love it. That ribbon tutorial was awesome too. I need to learn more about how to use ribbons so that was much appreciated.

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  14. I have never seen this technique using ribbon. What a fabulous idea! Your card is simply amazing. Pinning this one. TFS.

    Cheri - John 3:16
    www.djssundries.blogspot.com

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  15. Beautiful card! Love the embellishment you created with that yummy ribbon!

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  16. Gorgeous! I love what you did with the ribbon! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. I have never seen this done before! How awesome!

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  18. Genious way to use the Scor-pal & the MA ribbon..your card is adorable. Happy to be hopping with you and the MA DT...Abby Scor-pal DT : )

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  19. What a great idea, need to try this!!

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  20. Hadn't thought about scoring ribbon and making a rosette. thanks for the tip. I will be using it. Great card.

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  21. How clever! I love that you were able to score and fan fold the ribbon after treating with the mod podge!

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  22. OK... you made this look easy. I will have to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration

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  23. Very cool! I have been wanting to try this with ribbon.

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  24. Cindy HolshouserMay 23, 2013 at 4:43 PM

    I wouldn't have thought of that one. Great idea.

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  25. What would we all do without people like you??? I too would have never thought to do this with my ribbon!! Now to check and see how much Mod-Podge I have -- absolutely beautiful technique and love, love that ribbon!!

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  26. I love your project and love the idea of mod-podge on the ribbon to make it workable. Lovely look to your card. Was the center just a knot and the ribbon wrapped around the card? It's lovely I am so glad I saw this idea.

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  27. I love the scored ribbon! I've never tried that and it looks great!
    hugs,
    Gini

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  28. LOVE this idea!! Cool ribbon technique.

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  29. This card is gorgeous and that ribbon is beautiful. mlvschreiber@starpoint.net

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  30. Very pretty... will have to try the mod podge.

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  31. I would not have thought of doing this technique with ribbon. I will have to dig out my mod podge and try this. Love your card! TFS.

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  32. Love what you did with this ribbon. Beautiful colors!

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  33. Wow - didn't know where you were going with that but boy did it turn out spectacular! Love this card.

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  34. I love this idea. I never thought to use a Scor-Pal on ribbon, but you have great instructions. Beautiful.

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  35. Wow, Thank you for sharing your beautiful Rosette & card. What a clever way to use Mod-Podge, ribbon & a Scor-Pal.

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  36. Thanks, Jen! I never even thought of scoring ribbon! Who knew! Great tip!

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  37. Wow! This is so pretty. I wouldn't have thought to score ribbon.

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  38. Super cute card . What a great idea with the ribbon ! Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Now I have tongo to the store and buy some Mod Podge. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing.

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  40. Beautiful love how you used the ribbon and love the color.

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  41. Love this clever technique!! And the card is gorgeous!!

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  42. WOW!! What a pretty card! Thank you for the tip I never would have thought of using mod-podge on my ribbon.

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  43. what a beautiful bow...that card is so pretty.

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  44. what a great idea!!! Love your card.

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  45. great card I learned something new to use on ribbon, thanks for sharing

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  46. Loved the Ribbon!! Thank you for sharing and the chance to win!!

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  47. I have never used Modge Podge (I know, what kind of crafter am I?)... love this.

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  48. super idea. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  49. What a gorgeous card! I love this technique and the ribbon!
    Thank you for sharing.

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  50. Beautiful ribbon idea using the score-pal...an attractive embellishment for anything. TFS.

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  51. Loved this tutorial on the half rosette and twisted ribbon. Well done! Thank you.

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  52. Love the technique. So much different from a simple bow.

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  53. Yup! Definitely need to find that Mod Podge! Very cool!

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  54. Wow! What a fabulous idea! Beautiful card!

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  55. Fabulous ribbon rosette. Thanks for the tip on how to stiffen the ribbon.

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  56. Who knew? Can't wait to try this out. Pinning it right now

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  57. Beautiful job! I saved your instructions to try later

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  58. Wow! This is so pretty! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  59. HAVE to remember this method of pleating ribbon! What a fantastic idea to use Mod Podge and the finished project is awesome.

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  60. Such a great idea! Love the card!

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  61. I love using ribbon as embellishments, and you had my FULL attention with this unique idea! Love, love, love the ribbon fan! ..... modge podge, who woulda guessed! LOL

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