Birthday Lollies

Today’s card showcases our new Simply Scored Scoring Tool!  I think this is the most excited I have ever been about a new Stampin’ Up! product!  I personally think this new scoring tool that Stampin’ Up! will be offering in the Holiday Mini Catalog (available September 1) is THE BEST SCORING TOOL!  I have owned others, and this one is by far the best one!  It has score marks every 1/8″ inch, a metal stylus (so it won’t wear down), markers so you can mark measurements you use a lot, and a storage compartment (for a bone folder, extra stylus, extra markers, or perhaps lipstick or chocolate?).  It also has rubber pads on the bottom so the tool stays in place when you use it.  I could go on and on… hee hee!  It’s a must have item for any papercrafter!
Ok, enough about that – let’s get to the card!  I created 3 paper lollies (love that term!) using our Flirtatious Specialty Designer Series paper.  Each lolly is made with a 12″ strip of DSP, but I varied the widths of the pieces to make different sizes (1-1/2″, 1″, and 3/4″).  I promise I will make a video of how to make these, but it will have to wait until the Simply Scored is available on September 1 – I can’t show it to you until then!
And I’ve used 2 of my favorite new stamp sets on this card – Hello, Doily and Perfectly Penned.  Simply wonderful!  Thanks for stopping by today!

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Stamp Sets  Hello, Doily, Perfectly Penned
Ink  Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo
Paper  Flirtatious Specialty Designer Series Paper, Pretty in Pink, Whisper White
Accessories  Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Clear Rhinestone Brads, 1″ Circle Punch

2 thoughts on “Birthday Lollies

  1. Love it!!!! Can't wait to use the term "lollies"!!! Much better than round medal thingies!!!! Btw, I bought the big doily!!! Can't wait to use it!!

  2. I just love this idea… it's so cute. I've tried and tried to make these but just can't find the right glue to hold it together. I'm looking forward to your video to see what you do. Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity

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