Scored Scallops

Stampin Up Scored Borders Plate

Using the Connie&Mary sketch; LessIsMore wants to see scallops and i used up my snippets for Pixie (so satisfying making use of my overflowing box of offcuts!!)

As well as the scored scallops (done with the Simply Scored Borders plate), I added 2 rows of paper piercing. They are there, honest - the sun is so bright (i am not complaining!) that the photos haven't come out v clearly. Apologies.

Hope you're having a good day!

SU card: whisper white, Real Red
SU ink: Real Red
SU stamps: Fresh Vintage
SU punches: Corner, Scalloped Square, Itty Bitties
SU other: Simply Scored, Scored Borders, Paper Piercing



  1. Very the clean & classy look with the piercing and embossing touches! Thanks for playing along with the Create with Connie and Mary sketch challenge this week!

  2. Love the clean look of this! The embossing and piercing is subtle but very elegant! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

  3. WOW! It can't get any easier than this! What a great, easily-duplicatable card! Thanks for joining us in the Thursday Challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

  4. I love how you used the piercing and the embossing to create the strip. What a delightful CAS card! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

  5. Stunning! Everything about this card is so elegant - and I love the snippets of course :)

    Hugs, Di xx

  6. another lovely card how you used the scallops. Thanks for joining us this week
    "Less Is More"

  7. Very lovely! The paper piercing is so effective above those lovely scallops. I haven't tried that sure is effective!

  8. This looks super too Lindsey.
    Thanks again
    "Less is More"

  9. Such a smart way to use the paper piercing and the embossing for one of the layers on your card! Thanks for playing Create with Connie & Mary!

  10. What a clever card, simple but effective, and great use of snippets!
    Hugs, Debs x


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