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Papertrey Princesses Challenge--Score it

Pam issued this new challenge--to use scoring creatively on a card. I've never done diagonal scoring before, so I thought I'd try it. Then I became a lunatic and decided to put little teeny punched circles on all of the intersections. But I love how it turned out.

This card is for my niece, who just found out that she will be having twins this fall. They are her first babies, and she's a little freaked out, but I know she'll be fine. In fact, I think she'll be a fantastic mom!

Here's a closeup of the scoring and punched dots...
Paper: PTI White, Aqua Mist, Lemon Tart, Bitty Dots patterns
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: Bitty Baby Blessings
Other: Scor-Pal, SU double circle punch, PTI Lemon Tart polka dot satin ribbon, SU Only Orange marker

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  1. holy hannah....that is have waaaaaay more patience than I do

  2. This is gorgeous Cheryl! I love the diagonal scoring and the dots are amazing! What a sweet card!

  3. This came out so unbelievably adorable! The addition of the small paper punched holes was so clever and really polished the card so the hard work really paid off!

  4. Cheryl, this is stunning! Love, love, love it! What a great job!

  5. OMG Cheryl! This is so creative and awesome, but it must have taken you FOREVER! I love it, and I'm sure she will too!

  6. Wow, girl! This is an amazing card! You rocked this big time!!!

  7. Oh wow! LOVE it! Love the punched holes over the scoring! Fab!

  8. Oh my, this is so cute!! Love the tiny punched holes and your (not pink and soft blue) color combo.
    Btw, I heard it's your birthday, today :-) Hope it's a great one, Cheryl!!

  9. Oh that is soooo CUTE!! I LOVE it Cheryl!! Also wanted to wish you a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
    Hope your day is GREAT!!!!!

  10. So cute Cheryl! Love the little punched dots. They are so worth the time and effort.

    Happy Birthday!!

  11. Love the little dots, it really turned out great! And great coloring.

  12. Cheryl, This is just amazing. Wonderful job. Twins! How fun.

  13. Ooh I love it! So cute and the little circles are the perfect work so well with the scoring. Great job!


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