It's that time again! Tonight is Papertrey Ink's May Blog Hop!!! The challenge this month was to use score lines as a focal point on your project. I was a little unsure of how to accomplish this at first, since I don't currently own a Scor-Pal or Scor-It, or similar scoring tool. I use my good ole' Fiskars paper cutter with a scoring blade for all my scoring needs. I *did* know that I wanted to use my new Bitty Baby Blessings stamp set, so I tried to plan my card around that. I have seen a lot of projects featuring a diagonal grid of score lines lately and this reminded me of a quilted baby blanket. I thought this would be the perfect way to showcase both the score lines and my newest PTI stamp set!!! I started by embossing one of my larger classic rectangle Nestabilities dies in the center of my white card base. Then I set to work meticulously creating my "quilt" using my Fiskars trimmer - not the easiest of tasks! I also wanted to incorporate some of the Bitty Baby Blessing patterned paper into my design, so I decided to cut triangles from two patterns and alternate them along the outside of the "quilt". Next, I stamped some of the tiny images in the center diamonds using Lavender Moon, Summer Sunrise, and Spring Moss inks. Ok, on to the finishing touches. I adhered some Lavender Moon topnotch twill along the edges to serve as the "binding" of the quilt. As a sentiment I chose "A Star Is Born" from the Favor It: Baby coordinating stamp set. I punched it out using my word window punch and added two silver star embossed circle brads. In the center I used a Heidi Swapp ghost shape star and a saffron colored button. I hope you enjoyed this stop along the Blog Hop route. Make sure you check out the other entries and head on over to the PTI forum to join in the fun!!!