March 13, 2010

PTI Princess Challenge no.4--Scoring

This round it was Pam's turn to host our bi-monthly Princess challenge. She chose scoring! I love using my Score-Pal and don't do it often enough, so this was fun. I'm still in my simple card making mode though, so nothing too fancy.
The simple parallel lines on the top portion of this card are intended to draw your eye down to the stamped vase and border. Stamps used: Asian Fusion

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a good one.

14 comments:

Julie Campbell said...

This is soooo gorgeous! The colors are amazing. So... do you own EVERY PTI set? LOL! I'm very jealous! :)

Taheerah said...

Oooh, really loving this Dana! That vase is so graphic and interesting, and I love how the border showed up on the grey cardstock!

Kara said...

Love the colors. I've been meaning to use scoring as texture on a card. Thanks for the inspiration!
Kara

megspaulding said...

Dana, nice card! Love the scoring lines. And that little pop of scallop border, nice touch!

Terri said...

Nice job! I especially like how you added the little flowers on the face too!

Sue Ann said...

Dana beautiful card!!! How was Elton and Billy??

Cheryl said...

This is really great. I love the little details like the "y" and the flowers on the vase. Great job.

Anika said...

Beautiful card, Dana! I love the way you cut around the y - very clever!

Diane Jaquay said...

Very pretty card Dana! I'm with you, I just love this set!

Mariah said...

So cute-the color concept, the way you cut the sentiment out and the way you decorated the vase. Love it! (Asian Fusion has become one of my favorite sets! Thanks for the inspiration!)

Lori said...

Simply beautiful Dana!! Love how you did the y!

Suzanne said...

Dana, I love this card. I think I am going to have to break the bank and go ahead and get the scor-pal. I've been holding off, but I'm not too sure how much longer I can hold off.

Belinda said...

So pretty! I love the scoring you did!

anya said...

This is so pretty - I love the color combination. And what a super touch to cut out the 'y' - so cool!