Scor-Pal hops with Skipping Stones!

Today the Scor-Pal gals have teamed up with the Skipping Stones designers in a fun (and hopefully inspirational!) blog hop.  You should be coming to my blog from Lindsay Amrhein‘s blog.  If you missed the beginning, be sure to go to the Scor-Pal Blog where the hop starts.  Prize info will be posted there.  Also, you’ll want to go the Scor-pal Fan Page for a chance to win!

I chose to use the Skipping Stones stamp set Heartsong to create a waterfall card.  A friend recently mentioned this card style and it prompted me to check it out again…this time in the SCS tutorials.  I was soooo glad I did!  Do you remember the old way to create this card?  It was a bit of a pain, to say the least!  lol.  The tutorial linked above, combined with the use of the Scor-Pal tool, is SO MUCH easier!  Seriously…try it!  Here’s my card…

The only change I made was to make mine a flat card (it does not open like a regular card).  I don’t see the need for it, honestly.  You can write your personal message on the tab that pulls down if you like. 

Here’s what the waterfall card looks like as the tab is pulled, and the images consequently are flipped one by one.

Some quick measurements:  The navy base is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.  The glossy white layer is 4 x 5 1/4.  The navy strip across is 3/4 x 4.  The 4 orchid squares are 2 x 2.  The 4 glossy white layers are 1 7/8 x 1 7/8.  And the long tab/mechanism  is 9 x 2 (scored at 2, 2 3/4, 3 1/2, and 4 1/4).

Here’s a closer look at each of the 4 squares that flip as the tab is pulled…

Now… I mentioned that a message could be written on the tab, but since I used Navy cardstock (and I don’t prefer to write with a white gel pen) I decided to create a pocket on the back and insert a tag to be written on.  The pocket was  adhered with Scor-Tape.

The top of the pocket was punched and folded down.  But before it was adhered (also with Scor-Tape!), I scored some diagonal lines with the Scor-Pal.

I hope you liked my project.  Next up on the hop is Katie Gehring!  Go check out what she has created!

stamps- Skipping Stones Heartsong; paper- Glossy White, SU! Night of Navy, Orchid Opulance, Certainly Celery and So Saffron; ink- Orchid, Navy, Turquoise, Celery; accessories- Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, brads, Primas, Stickles, ribbon, Martha Stewart leaf and flourish egde punches, SU! Beautiful Wings die.

70 responses to “Scor-Pal hops with Skipping Stones!

  1. This is beautiful!

  2. Wow, that is one beautiful,gadgety card-I love it!

  3. Wow how cool is this card! It’s just beautiful and I have never seen this style before! Mainly because I do scrap book pages but I do dabble a little with card making and might just have to try this:)

  4. I love this card. I will have to look at the tutorial for it. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful piece of art.

  5. Super fabulous! I love the flipped panels.

  6. What a fun card! I have seen these before but haven’t been inspired to make one yet. I think it is about time! Thanks for the tutorial and your adorable card.

  7. Beautiful waterfall card! Love this technique.

  8. Heartsong is one of my favorite stamp sets. Thanks for the link to the tutorial. With your recommendation, I’ll give this card template another try. I agree with you that the old way was so frustrating! Your card creation is so very lovely. Thanks for sharing!

  9. What a fun card! I’ve never tried this technique but I can’t wait to give it a try!

  10. Very cool!! Great design 🙂

  11. All I can say is WOW! I love the look of this card. I don’t think I’ve seen one like it before.

  12. Very pretty card. I love this look.

  13. Lovely card…I forgot about waterfall cards. I love your color choices!!

  14. So many extra touches make this card special. I love waterfall cards – they always hold neat surprises in the waterfall mechanism. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card!

  15. EEEEKKKKK I love the music notes on those critters! What a cute card!!

  16. So pretty- great technique! Love what you have done with Heartsong!

  17. What a lovely card….

    Caz xx

  18. What a wonderful card. I love your idea of a flat card. This is so neat.

  19. Your card is incredibly beautiful!

  20. This is such a great idea!

  21. Gretchen Wilson

    Haven’t made one of these in years, love it.

  22. love the purple n movement of ur card too cute!!

  23. Miriam Prantner

    Great card! Love those waterfall cards….working up the courage to take one on, but this one is lovely!

  24. What a FAB project!!!

  25. What a lovely card. Thanks for sharing.

  26. Teresa Godines #6857

    I love the waterfall card. Beautifully done.

  27. Oh I love your waterfall card. I have just made one myself, but I didn’t finish it off like you have 🙂

  28. Awesome card, I have always been intimidated by this fold, will have to go check it out, just love it!!

  29. I love the flipped panels; I have never tried one of these; beautiful job.

  30. Looks great! I will have to check out the waterfall card again with a scor-pal this time!

  31. Your card has inspired me to try the waterfall again. My last time was a disaster. I hope mine turns out as pretty as yours!

  32. Great card…I’ve never tried this kind before…oh! I really need to expand…:O) Hugs! Leah Ann

  33. I really like your card and also the colors that you used…..beautiful!

  34. i will have to try one of these cards. love the colours yu chose.

  35. Margaret Harrell

    Like the combination of the notes with the bird.

  36. I absolutely LOVE this card. Definitely putting this stamp set on my birthday list:) Thanks for the inspiration!

  37. What a gorgeous waterfall card! Great job!

  38. Very cool!! I love it ! 🙂

  39. Love the card, what a wonderful idea to make it flAt, love that, love the back pocket too

  40. I like your card but of course I may be bias since purple is my fave color.

  41. Totally cool. I’ve never seen a waterfall card, so I’m delighted you shared this with us. So many possibilities…

  42. Love your design. The colors are really great together. I will definitely have to check out the tutorial for that type of card. It is really cute. Can’t wait to give it a shot.

  43. I had a look at the waterfall tutorial, thanks for letting us know about it, so much easier. Your card is beautiful thanks for sharing

  44. Love Love your card love the colors and the papers and love the way it opens up the added bling gives the wow factor. thanks for sharing

  45. Love the waterfall card!

  46. This interactive card is so much fun! I haven’t tried waterfall cards before but I guess I should now 🙂

  47. This is so cool. Thanks for the tip about waterfall cards. Actually didn’t know about them yet.

  48. What an awesome card! Love how the waterfall turns out.

  49. Your cards are wonderful. Waterfall cards are so much fun.

  50. I love waterfall cards, I love the pocket idea!

  51. Lovely card! I like the waterfall design and the colours you chose. The little pocket on the back would be a great place to stick a GC as well as some sweet sentiments!
    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  52. just beautiful.

  53. Barb Ghigliotty

    Such a beautiful card…and clever design! Thank you for the inspiration…and, Thank you so much for a chance to win!!!

  54. Your card is adorable! Love that waterfall design! I’ve used it twice, once for a little boy card and once on a scrapbook page that showed my hair growth after chemo (I was happy to hide most of the photos-LOL!) …love it but it can be a little daunting…I’d love to try it with a Scor-Pal!

  55. lovely waterfall card

  56. I have never tried to make a waterfall card…thanks for the inspiration…and the details! 😉

  57. Love your waterfall card, colors are spectacular!

  58. I’ve been wanting to make one of these cards,TY,for sharing

  59. I’ve never seen a card like this before, and now I can’t wait to make one! Thank you!

  60. This card is beautiful! Skipping Stones Design, scor-pal and you are an exce3llent mix! Thanks for sharing! I will have to try making a waterfall card, but no Scor-pal to help me!!

  61. Beautiful card.Loved the idea.

  62. I always like waterfall cards! Great idea about the pocket on the back! TFS!

  63. Cheryl Stauffer

    I love everything about your card – the colors, the choice of stamps, the inks, embellishments and that you made a waterfall card!! This stamp set is gorgeous!

  64. What a great card – I haven’t tried that technique yet

  65. Waterfall cards are one of my favorites to make.

  66. This is beautiful – I just love all those little panels!

    Deanne 🙂

  67. So elegant and very pretty… and clever too! Love it! 🙂

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