Thursday, August 30, 2012

OLW103 - Score!

This weeks One Layer Wednesday challenge is hosted by Karen Dunbrook.  You can visit her blog "Snippets" and see her great cards and check out all the other entries for this weeks OLW challenge!  This week, Karen has challenged us to create a one layer card that includes scoring.  Here's my take on the challenge.


This is a digital image that I've had for several years.  I printed the image onto Kraft card stock, then colored with Prisma color pencils.  The sentiment was computer generated and printed at the same time I printed the image.  To finish off the card, I simply scored three lines to help "ground" the image.  Super easy-peasy!

Thanks a million for stopping by!  I haven't been visiting blogs this week, due to circumstances beyond my control. (Further explanation here).  I truly appreciate each and every comment...and I hope to get back into my normal routine soon!

Until next time.....

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11 comments:

Sandra H said...

Susan, This is gorgeous great kraft card score lines and amazing image xx

Meggymay said...

An adorable image, a beautiful card.
Glad you were safe from the storms.
Yvonne

Lynne said...

Beautiful image Susan finished perfectly with your scoring. So pleased that Isaac didn`t cause you any problems.
Lynne xxx

Karen said...

just a delightful card Susan...thanks so much for playing along....

Susie said...

Really beautiful work. Such a lovely card.

Ardyth said...

Love the softness of the prismas on the craft! Great OLW card!

Darnell J Knauss said...

Beautiful, Susan! Sublime coloring!!

Anonymous said...

Hello, great looking card! New to making cards and just found your blog. Beginner question - how do you score a card? Thanks!

Deborah Frings said...

This is simply delightful! The image is so beautifully coloured. I think the soft, subtle finish is gorgeous!

Lindsey said...

So pretty! I love the colouring, especially the soft white shading around the image.

Deanna said...

Simply beautiful! love the image and the sentiment:)

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