Try That Technique: Scored Diamonds

Are you keeping out of the wind today?  This lovely Fashion Lady diva, from I Brake for Stamps, is trying to cope with the spring wind.  I live in a city, right off the lake, so we get what is called “lake effect.”  This is when I miss the Annapolis Valley, in Nova Scotia (Canada) with very little wind.  I pine away for the city of Halifax, and all their crazy coloured houses.  I miss those steep roads that I fearlessly drove  with my stick shift car.  I miss Mahone Bay, a quaint village.  Oh heck, I just miss the Maritimes.  Now that I am done crying my eyes out getting side-tracked, let’s talk about my card.

 

This Scored Diamonds technique was developed by Pat Huntoon herself.  Thanks Pat, for another wonderful technique.

 

Each week Diana Enns and I challenge each other to using a technique from one of our previous issues. of the Technique Junkie Newsletter.  Scored Diamonds can be found in our April 2010 issue, and can also be found on our new Emboss or Die CD.  Know what I love about the crazy coloured houses in the Maritimes this CD?  All 79 embossing and cutting machine tutorials are in one place, which is perfect when I’m travelling or visiting a girlfriend.

 

To order your CD, click on the upper right of my side bar.  Costs include shipping, so that’s a great deal.  Another reason to purchase this CD.

Have a terrific Thursday.

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Posted on : Apr 07 2011
Posted under cards, Technique Junkie Newsletter, Try That Technique |

7 People have left comments on this post

Apr 7, 2011 - 09:04:11
K Hutchinson said:

Oh my heavens this is gorgeous! I love how it looks like a pretty quilt! Of course your coloring ROCKS the HOUSE!

Apr 7, 2011 - 11:04:34
Diana Enns said:

Very pretty…….I do like the Lady 🙂

Apr 7, 2011 - 01:04:28
Myrna said:

Beth
This is a great card. Love the girl. The Maritimes are so beautiful. Never been there but the pics I have seen make me so want to visit.
Myrna

Apr 8, 2011 - 12:04:09
Maryann said:

I´vealways wanted to live near by the sea, but never has, but always lived in the middle of the country, even far from the sea LOL. That´s how it goes, when we fall in love with someone, who doesn´t live there, then we grls tend to go where they are, don´t we? he he he.
Your card is sooo awesome hun, and I love this look of the maritime annd the colors are really great too. Awesome work again hun.
Have a wonderful week-end.
Biiiiig warm hugs Maryann

Apr 8, 2011 - 03:04:17
Viv said:

Oh Beth! Your description makes me want to pack my bags and head out there! It sounds idyllic. Ahh well, maybe one day. Love your card my friend. Coloured beautifully as usual and the technique looks really eye-catching! The colours you used really make it pop!
We DO have one thing you don’t have, here today. Glorious sunshine and a beautiful blue sky! Hee Hee.
Love Me xxx

Apr 8, 2011 - 05:04:06

Your card and technique are gorgeous! Love the button trim too!
I am in New Brunswick and while it’s still cool and there are some patches of snow in the woods yet, it’s supposed to be 12c and sunny on the weekend! Wooo-Hooo!!! Heat wave! 🙂
Thanks for sharing! 🙂

Apr 10, 2011 - 07:04:25
Chris A said:

I just love what you have done! the colors, image is perfect too.


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