Friday, April 17, 2009

Friday's 5th Avenue Goodness

Happy Friday!!!

Today's 365 Cards
Scor-it Challenge is scoring a pattern. I was thinking of scoring a pattern on a Fabriano card but remembered this Making Memories 5th Avenue paper that I picked up at Target. I realize that you can't really see how the paper looks but I scored on the blue lines. It makes for a nice unexpected texture on that designer paper.

Here's a close up of the paper...hmmm...still can't really see it but it is there :)

Show us what you got....I'm certainly going to keep this challenge in mind to pep up some old designer paper!!

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paper: misc black, making memories 5th avenue accessories: prima, misc buttons, satin ribbon from paper source.

34 comments:

  1. This is impeccable. I LOVE that paper, the ribbon is gorgeous!

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  2. This is just beautiful, and I love the ribbon!

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  3. Brilliant idea to score on a pattern!! I MUST try that sometime soon. And, oh what yummy ribbon and what a lovely flower! Another classy card! ♥♥ Kay

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  4. Hi Amy,Beautiful card my love. Very classy indeed. I could just make out the score lines and yes it does give me a ideas for old DP papers to jazz them up.
    Regards
    Michelle M

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  5. This is gorgeous Amy! Love the yummy ribbon.

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  6. Ahhhh!! I had to stop by for a closer look today Amy! This is soooo elegant! I love the black ribbon and the pop of color from the flower! Have a great weekend Amy!

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  7. Wow - very elegant card - love the idea of scoring the PP - love the ribbon and flower.
    Hugs
    Fi

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  8. Oh you have the bestest eye for paper!

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  9. Fabulous card Amy!
    I love that technique, I've used it before and the results are subtle but really nice!

    (-: Heidi

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  10. What can I say but WOW!!!
    what a gorgeous card and a great way to jazz up old papers you may have laying around, I will be looking at this for future reference
    Maz

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  11. What a wonderful idea and a wonderful card I think you have inspired us to look at our DP in a different way.

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  12. ooooh la, la, beautiful and classy

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  13. Love this paper and I am sure it is even better scored.

    As for Washington... we need a bigger umbrella than that little one on my card. Here's to hopin' for sun today!

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  14. what a fantastic idea!! love it!

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  15. Amy, your card is divine! :) Love the scoring! Also love that beautiful flower...it's just gorgeous! :)

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  16. This paper rocks! I have some twill tape in this same pattern...may have to pull it out and play!

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  17. I think I still have some of these 5th Ave. stuff. Super cute! I think I can see the scoring :)

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  18. what a great idea to make your DP textured...never thought of it or ever tried it...I may just have to do this one! your card came out so cute that it actually looks like a wallet or checkbook holder. great job! hope you have a wonderful weekend and TFS!

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  19. I can see it, and I love the idea. This is such a nice way to beef a paper you might love, but don't want to cover too. Thank you for the great idea, and thank you for the nice comments on my blog.

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  20. This is such a great idea! I can think of so many papers that need some score lines, will have to get to work. nice job chica!
    k

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  21. `Gorgeous` card Amy...TFS
    Have a lovely weekend:)♥

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  22. Very pretty! Is that a concho in the middle of the flower?

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  23. This is one of the most elegant cards I have seen. I love that paper and the flower and ribbon are a perfect match. I am in awe of your score talents.

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  24. Clever idea Amy, it looks very nice. I will have to give it a try. I wish I would have thought of your idea.

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  25. I can't see the score lines, but the paper is pretty. So is the card.

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  26. sooo elegant and simply beautiful!

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  27. Very cute!! Love that paper and yummy ribbon!

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  28. Actually, I can sort of see the embossed lines, but even if I couldn't, this card would still be gorgeous!! The ribbon is lush!

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  29. You seriously have such a gift for long cards - this card is so elegant and the colors are just beautiful...love that DP!

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  30. What a great idea! I love the colors on this, so fresh and modern.

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  31. I'd never thought to score patterned paper. That's a great idea and this is such a sophisticated looking card. Rich colors - love it.

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  32. what a beautiful PP and no stamps?!!! such simple yet stunning card!

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  33. Stunning, elegant and gorgeous. Your card is nice too ;o) ~♥~

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Cheers,
~amy~