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Friday, May 24, 2013

May Arts and Scor-pal blog hop

 
Welcome May Arts and Scor-pal fans, hope you have enjoyed the blog hop so far, you've landed her from Erin Theim, just in case you need the order of the hop today, here are the links:

Charlene Driggs
Lori Williams
Christina Colon
Steph Ackerman
DeeDee Catron
Toni Storie
Emily Lanham
Tya Smith
Erin Thiem
Virginia Nebel <------ you are here!
Gini Williams Cagle

Today I'd like to share how to use Scor-tape and beautiful May Arts ribbons to make a pretty flower rosette.

Supplies: May Arts eyelet lace, sheer ribbon, ribbon cord, Scor-pal tool, Scor-tape, SEI paper

Take a sheet of Scor-tape and apply to a piece of cardstock.  Cut (using a circle diecut or scissors) out a 1.75 inch circle.  The circle does not have to be perfect as the ribbon will be covering it.


Peel away the tape backing to expose the sticky tape. Take some pretty May Arts eyelet lace and pleat in a circular pattern onto the tape and trim off the excess when you have completed the circle.


Repeat for a 2nd flower.  Time time the circle tape backing is about 1 inch in diameter and I used the delicate blue sheer ribbon to create the rosette.  This will be nested on top of the larger white lace rosette.

Thin line Scor-tape is wonderful to adhere ribbon to your projects, just unroll and place where needed and your ribbon is securely fastened to your card.


Have fun making your pretty own floral accents!

Enjoy the rest of the hopping, and good luck to all those entering for some prizes!

Next hop stop is the wonderfully talented Gini Williams Cagle!




47 comments:

  1. Love that idea for your pretty rosette!

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  2. wow...this is so elegant....loved the idea of making bloom wid the lace...will surely case it soon.

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  3. gorgeous card and thanks for sharing the idea for the beautiful flowers!

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  4. Love the card and the use of the ribbon for the flower awesome

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  5. Cute card! Love how you made the flowers.

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  6. Nice card ... I love buttons...I will make it right this week end!

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  7. Beautiful card, love the flowers!!!

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  8. Pretty pretty pretty. I think I could do this. Thanks for the share

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  9. Very pretty--thanks for the how to.

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  10. AnonymousMay 24, 2013

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  11. Bright, happy card. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Your card is gorgeous and that flower is just the perfect touch. Thanks for sharing how you made it too.

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  13. Oh, I've gotta try that tip, thanks for sharing!

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  14. Fabulous tutorial! I just found my scor tape yesterday while cleaning my scrap room!

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  15. Oh so pretty! and easy too! Thanks for the fab instructions.

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  16. Such a pretty card. Thanks for showing how you made the flower.

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  17. A very pretty card . I love the lace rosette. Thank you for sharing.

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  18. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. AnonymousMay 24, 2013

    Gorgeous card, love the colors, thanks for show how to do the flower. Mary L Schreiber

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  20. I love those rosette flowers and how simple you make it look. Sure it's all the help of the tape. Your card is great love the look.

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  21. thanks for the tutorial on making that flower. Very cute!

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  22. off to buy some scor tape sheets!~

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  23. love that eyelet lace-and so easy with the score-tape!

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  24. Pretty card! Love that eyelet trim!

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  25. I love the eyelet rosette and your card is lovely! Thank you for sharing how to use the scor -tape sheets to make these beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing!

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  26. Very pretty card-the eyelet flower is very dainty and goes well with the patterned paper.

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  27. Great card, love the flower technique.

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  28. Very sweet card. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  29. this is so cute and love the rich color, thanks for sharing

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  30. What a lovely card! Love the ribbon rosette!

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  31. Your card caught my eye immediately. First of all, it is so pretty. Secondly, I really appreciate the tutorial with the step-by-step pictures on the rosette making. I want to try it now.

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

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  32. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing the step to create those oh so wonderful flowers. I love the mixture of eyelet lace & sheer ribbon.

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  33. cool idea for the rosettes :)

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  34. Love your eyelet flower!!

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  35. Love your flower and the idea for it. Thank you for sharing.
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  36. Really cute card. Love the flower.

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  37. I love that rosette! I'm going to have to make one (dozen?) of those!

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  38. The way you used the ribbon on this project is just beautiful!

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  39. I love the effect of eyelet lace for a rosette. The how to makes it look super fast and easy. Great card.

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  40. Love the idea of using scor-tape to make rosettes. Thanks!

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  41. This is a beautiful rosette. I love how you used multiple ribbons on this project!

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  42. Love this rosette. A lovly card

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