Monday, June 26, 2017

Pinspired!

Each month a talented Design Team Member will choose a project on our Scor-Pal Pinterest board and get "Pinspired" by it!
They will update it, tweak it a little if they like, and share the tutorial here for you!

This month we have the super creative Toni


Hello crafty friends!  I'm here again with another Pinspired post for the Scor-Pal blog.  I found this pin for a washi tape storage box on the Scor-Pal Pinterest Board.  I got to thinking about the mess of washi tapes that I had sitting on my shelf and decided that practical was the way for me to go this month.
For this project, you will need:

  • Scor-Pal
  • Scor-Tape
  • One 6" x 12" piece of double-sided patterned paper
  • Paper snips
  • Ribbon and extra paper to embellish
Place the 6" x 12" piece of patterned paper with the 12" side along the fence.  Make sure the pattern that you want on the outside of the box is facing up. Score at 1" and 11".
Turn your patterned paper so that the 6" side of the paper is along the fence.  Score at 1", 2", 4" and 5".
Burnish all the folds and cut tabs on my 6 inches up to the score line.
Turn the paper over and line the second and fourth segments with Scor-tape from tab to tab. Remove adhesive backing and fold down.
Line the center tabs on both ends with Scor-tape. Remove adhesive backing and secure tabs on each side to create corners, and finally, your box. 
Embellish your box as desired.  I die cut and layered a  couple of stars and popped them up on the front of my box.  I also cut small slits in the front of the box and slide ribbon through it.
Voila!  A washi storage box to clean up my shelf.  

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Details -  Paper: Fancy Pants Hopscotch dp, Black Licorice (MFT); Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, paper snips; Spellbinders Star Nestabilities, star punch, stampin' dimensionals, craft knife, black organdy ribbon

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Mid Challenge Tutorial - Patti

This fabulous project was from one of team members in our current challenge and we wanted for you to be able to create it yourself so we have the tutorial for you.


Hi there!

I'm back today with a reminder that we are halfway through the month of June. You still have time to join in the challenge on the Scor-Pal blog - just use some ribbon, lace, or trim, and 'More than one fold'!

I originally made this card for the monthly challenge using scraps on hand:



I'm back here today to show you how easy a gatefold card can be when you use your Scor-Pal!

You will start with an 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" piece of cardstock.
Place the long side at the top of your Scor-Pal, and score at 2 1/8" and 6 3/8".

Below, you can see the markings for a gatefold card, on the older Scor-Pal, the



Burnish score lines with Scoring Tool.  Cut a piece of white cardstock 4" x 5 1/4", and adhere to the inside center panel of your card, using Scor-Tape. Set aside.

Die cut or punch 2 sizes of your shape choice in coordinating colors. For this card, I used circles.
Die cut or punch 2 sizes of your shape choice in coordinating colors for sentiment. For this card, I used ovals.


Apply Scor-Tape to two 1 7/8" x 5 1/4" panels of patterned paper, and adhere to card front.


Add a little Scor-Tape to the larger circle to hold your ribbon in place.
Punch a hole, or slot in white panel for ribbon to slide through, and add Scor-Tape to the smaller circle.

Slip the ribbon through the slot, and adhere small circle to large circle.

Add Scor-Tape to just the left half or the large circle.

Adhere large circle to left side of card front.
Stamp sentiment on small oval, adhere to large oval, and adhere to card front.




Embellish as desired!

This card used more of the beautiful 12 x 12 cardstock and papers that DCWV had generously sent to Scor-Pal Owner, Diana Crick for us to design with. Isn't it pretty?  

We'd love to see your project linked up on our challenge this month!

I'm having so much fun with these products! With all of the fun and amazing products
that have come and gone during the many years I've been paper crafting, my Scor-Pal products
are something I reach for with nearly every project.  I'm so excited to have the new Scor-Pal Eighths board with the scoring grooves at every eighth inch.  It makes everything so easy!

Thanks for stopping by!

Patti J.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Challenge #37 Winner Favorite Color Combination

Today we have the name of the random winner from our May Challenge "Favorite Color Combination"
The winner will receive a $20 Gift Certificate to the Scor-Pal Store!




And our winner is #3 Glennis!"
Please email me HERE and I will send you details of how to get your prize
Congratulations and to all our other entrants please enter again, you may be the lucky winner next month!

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Scor-Pal More than One Score Challenge #38 Ribbon, Lace, Trim

Welcome to the 38th Monthly Challenge here at Scor-Pal!
We love showing our projects to you and now it's your chance to show your creations to us!
Each month we will have a different theme and you will have a month to create and enter your projects. As well as the theme you will need to make "More Than One Score" and tell us where you used the Scor-Pal on your project. So a single fold card won't count but an Easel, Gatefold, Stair Step, etc will :) Also we love to see your "Anything But a Card" projects, just as long as you make "More Than One Score"
We have a nice set of samples from the Design Team, just click on their names to go to their blogs for more details on their creations.


Lois





Steph


Toni Storie





Patti







Isia





Ruza





The prize for our winner will be a $20 Gift Certificate to the Scor-Pal Store!

Challenge Rules:
1. Each entry must have "More Than One Score"*, mention where the Scor-Pal tool was used and follow the theme.
2. Entry can be combined with as many challenges as you like.
3. 3 entries allowed per person.
4. You must link back to the Scor-Pal blog to be considered for a prize.
5. No backlinks will be accepted.
6. Each challenge will last from the 1st day of the month until 10pm on the last day of that month.
7. Winner will be announced on the 5th of the following month.
8. Entries not adhering to the rules may be deleted.
9. Prizes will be awarded when the challenge has at least 10 entries

* "More Than One Score" means that a single scored fold card (ie: a simple square or rectangle) with no additional use of the Scor-Pal tool will not count as an entry.

Please add your link below and Good Luck!


Thursday, May 25, 2017

Pinspired!

Each month a talented Design Team Member will choose a project on our Scor-Pal Pinterest board and get "Pinspired" by it!
They will update it, tweak it a little if they like, and share the tutorial here for you!

This month we have the super creative Lois!


If you have visited my blog before, you are probably aware that I love making fun-fold cards.  The Scor-Pal team has a project in which we use a project pinned to the Scor-Pal Scoring Projects and Ideas board and be inspired to make a similar project.  I chose this double zig-zag card which originally was posted to mariannespapir.blogspot.com.  Here is my card.


Cut two pieces of green cardstock 6" x 10".  Score the panels at 4", 6", and 8".


To make the decorative borders on the front of the card, I used border dies from Heartfelt Creations and laid them on the scored panels (starting at the top of the 4" scoreline) and taped them down with removable tape.  The two 4" panels will be layered over each other, so be sure to place the dies correctly, as shown on the photo.


After running the panels through your die-cutting machine, fold them as shown in the photo.


On the right-side panel, cut a flap approximately 3/4" on each side from the bottom upward approximately 5".  This could actually be any size flap, based on the sentiment you will stamp under the flap.  Score between the two slits.


Cut two pieces of patterned paper 3 3/4" x 5 3/4".  Glue one piece to the 4" section of the left-side panel, leaving no border at the bottom.  Cut additional pieces of patterned paper to fit the 2" wide panels.  The tops of the patterned paper panels should be sloped to correspond with the card base.  The piece of patterned paper adhered to the right-side 4" panel should be slit and scored similarly as the card base.   Adhere the 4" x 6" panels together, with the right-side panel on top, as shown, making sure the flap is not adhered. 


Decorate the flap as desired.  I stamped and cut a dove from the Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwoods & Dove set.



At this point, decide how you are going to decorate the front of your card. I stamped and shaped some dogwoods and leaves from the Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwoods set.  Cut a piece of white cardstock 2" x 4 1/4" and adhere under the flap.  Stamp the sentiment.  My sentiment is from Stampendous Birthday Wish stamp set.


For the belly band, cut a piece of cardstock 1 1/2" x 10".  While holding the belly band at the front of the card, fold at the edges and glue at the back.  Decorate as desired.



I hope you will give this type of card a try.


Monday, May 15, 2017

Mid Challenge Tutorial

This fabulous project was from one of team members in our current challenge and we wanted for you to be able to create it yourself so we have the tutorial for you.
This time it is from the super talented Patti!

Hi there!

I'm back today with a reminder that we are halfway through the month of May.
You still have time to join in the challenge on the Scor-Pal blog - just use your
favorite color combination and 'More than one fold'!

I have two favorite color combinations:

Pink, white, and navy or black
Red, turquoise, black and white

I chose to use the Pink, white, and black color combo for my project.

Imagine my surprise when I went to the mailbox and found a huge box FILLED with 
beautiful 12 x 12 cardstock and papers that DCWV had generously sent to Scor-Pal Owner, Diana Crick for us to design with!  

This delightful DCWV 'Peri & Peach' patterned paper jumped right out of the box, 
so it was meant to be!

We've been asked to go into the Scor-Pal archives, and re-make some of the older tutorials that were done with the original Scor-Pal.  I chose to re-make a project that Toni Storie featured HERE.

Here's my version of Toni's project that I made using my Scor-Pal and Scor-Tapes:

I'm going to show you how to create this fun little treat box!  Come...let's get started!

For this project you will need:

One piece of card stock or patterned paper that measures 9" x 6 3/4"
One piece of card stock or patterned paper that measures 1 1/2" x 6"
One piece of card stock or patterned paper that measures 1 1/2" x 9"
One piece of Acetate that will be larger than your window opening
Additional card stock for window frame
Scallop edge punch or die
Die cut for creating your window (a punch or craft knife would work as well)

Place your paper in your Scor-Pal Eighths with the 9" side up against the top fence.
Score at 1", 4", 5", and 8".  Then, turn your paper 90 degrees and score at 3/4" and 5 3/4", as shown.



Again, turn your paper 90 degrees so that the 3/4" score is aligned with the top fence. Cut out the top left and bottom left squares. They are marked with an 'X' in the photo.

Cut on the 4", 5", and 8" score lines, from the top and bottom edges to the first horizontal score line.  I trimmed in a bit on my 'tabs', to make my box come together in a neater fashion later, as you
can see in the photo.

Scallop one edge of the 1 1/2" by 9" piece of card stock. Decorate if desired.

Line the back of the 1 1/2" x 9" strip with Scor-Tape.

Remove Scor-Tape backing strips, and adhere border to box top at fold line.
(Note that my 'flaps are folded under so that the box will fit through my Big Shot
for the next step).  Next, die cut a window in the front of your box.

Die cut your window frame from the additional piece of card stock. Line the back of
the frame with Scor-Tape.

Peel off the backing, and adhere the frame around the die cut window in the front of the box.
With your Scor-Tool, burnish all score lines for your work.



Open to the inside of box. Line the inside border of the window panel with Scor-Tape.
Line the outside edge of your transparency sheet with Scor-Tape.
Peel the backing off the Scor-Tape, and adhere the piece of acetate over the window opening.

Here is what your window will look like from that back side.

With your Scor-Tape, line the top edge of your paper. Then peel the backing off, and adhere the top edge down to the inside of the box.


Scallop both edges of the 1 1/2" x 6" piece of paper. You could further decorate with ribbon or
other embellishments if desired.  This will be your box handle.

Adhere one end of the 1 1/2" x 6" piece to one side panel of the box. I used a 1/8" circle punch and a rhinestone brad to attach the box handle.

Line the 1" tab on the box side with Scor-Tape. Peel the backing off, and adhere it to form the box. Attach the other side of the box handle in the same fashion as the step above.

On the bottom of the box, line the small tabs with Scor-Tape. Peel the backing, and fold them in first.
Fold up the bottom of the box, adhering it to the tabs.

Line the remaining box tab with Scor-Tape. Peel the backing off the tape and fold the tab down, finishing your box.

Voila!
You have an adorable little treat box for any occasion!

We'd love to see your project linked up on our challenge this month!

I'm having so much fun with these products! With all of the fun and amazing products
that have come and gone during the many years I've been paper crafting, my Scor-Pal products
are something I reach for with nearly every project.  I'm so excited to have the new Scor-Pal Eighths board with the scoring grooves at every eighth inch.  It makes everything so easy!

Thanks for stopping by - have a great weekend,

Patti J.