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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Scor-Pal Challenge - Patriotic


Hi everyone!  I am here with our monthly challenge at Scor-Pal.  We have a great theme this month, we want to see you include a "Colors of Your Country/Patriotic" theme on your scored project.  I chose to do a wreath with an Americana theme.  I used a variety of sizes of rosettes, ranging from 1" to 2".  The wreath is cut from an 11 1/2" circle from chipboard.  

Here are a few more views.




Thanks for stopping today!

Lisa




Sunday, June 1, 2014

Scor-Pal June Challenge - Candle Cabinet

Time for another challenge at Scor-Pal.  This month our challenge is "more than one score" and "Bright and Sunny".

This time I made an end of year teacher gift for my daughter's teacher.  She is an extra special person and wonderful teacher so I wanted to make her something extra special.  

I made a candle cabinet complete with summery smelling candles.


To start cut four piece of card stock 6" x 6" and score at 2" on all sides to create the shelves.  This will create a 2" x 2" x 2" shelf.




Next, the cover, cut a piece of card stock 9" x 7", score at 2 1/4" and 4 1/4"



Attach your shelves together as shown.



Now it is time to decorate!


The candles are small candles from Bath and Bodyworks.


Supplies:

Scor-Pal
Scor-Tape
Copic Markers
My Minds Eye - Collectable
Prima Doll - Riley by Julie Nutting
Doo-Hickey Dies - Dragonflies, Heart Swirl, and Dream Tag
Martha Stewart Lace
Wild Orchid Flowers

I am glad you stopped by today!
Lisa




Thursday, May 15, 2014

Belly Band Gift Bags



Hi!  Today I am sharing with you this cute belly band gift bag.  It is perfect for Mother's Day, Birthdays or just about any other occasion you can think of!

First, start of with a sheet of designer paper (I used Doodlebug, Fruit Stand here) cut to 11 1/2" x 7".  With the 11 1/2" side on the top fence of your Scor-Pal, score at 5" and 6 1/2".  Please note that the score lines are marked on my paper to show where to score.


Next, turn your paper so that the 7" side against the top fence and score at 1 1/2" and 5 1/2".


Using a straight edge (I used a strip of paper), line it up at the 3 1/2" mark on the left fence and score at 3/4" and 6 1/4" down to the straight edge.  Turn your paper to the opposite side and repeat.


Next, cut notches as shown below.


Adhere Scor-Tape as shown.


Create your bag!


For the belly band, I used a strip of coordinating designer paper cut 11 1/2" x 1 1/4".  Wrap around the top of the bag and adhere with Scor-Tape.

Supplies:

Doodlebug - Fruit Stand
1/4" Scor-Tape
Tim Holtz Tattered Floral Die
Heart and Swirl Doo Hickey Die from Magnolia
Memory Box leaf die
Organza ribbon, purple, red and orange.


Monday, May 12, 2014

Riley - Prima Doll

Hi everyone,

Today I am sharing with you my newest passion.  Prima Dolls by Julie Nutting.  I saw these and just fell in love with them.  Today's doll is "Riley".  She has such a cute and sassy outfit on I just couldn't pass her up.


I used the Julie Nutting Tag Pad - Hancock Park for the tags and also Riley's cloths.  I colored her with copic markers.  My friend, Maggie, found the gorgeous vintage lace at an antique shop and was kind enough to share with me!  I also used Magnolia Doo-Hickey tag, Magnolia Swirl Butterfly and Memory Box Leaf Die.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my project!

Lisa

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Monochromatic Scor-Pal Project - April Challenge

Hi everyone!  Thanks for joining me today.  Scor-Pal has a new challenge for April, Monochromatic. Now you don't have to make a project, a card is good too, it just has to be one color family.

Here is my project.  I made a tea bag holder similar to an accordian file folder holder.



The size of my tea holder is 3" x 4".

To begin, cut two pieces of chip board 3" x 4", cover with a piece of designer paper, here I used a dark brown paper.   Cover the inside of the two pieces of
chip board with matching designer paper.
Next, the accordion piece on the bottom, it is made from a piece of card stock 2 3/4" x 1 3/4", score every 1/2" with the 1 3/4" side on the top fence, turn the paper over and score with the 1 3/4" side on the top fence again, every 1/2".  This will create a mountain and valley score pattern.  Attach this to the bottom of the two pieces of covered chip board.

Now we will create the envelopes for the inside.  Using vellum, cut four pieces 6" x 4 1/2".  With the 6" side along the top fence, score at 1 1/2" and 4 1/4".  Turn the paper so that the 4 1/2" side is along the top fence, score at 1 1/4".  Like below.




Next, cut the corner, as shown to create the envelope and attach 1/4" Scor-Tape as shown.


Close the bottom flap up and adhere the sides.  Cut a 1" circle on the top of the envelope to create a notch.  Create four and attach them together with a strip of Scor-Tape down the center.  Attach the chip board pieces to the front and back and decorate as you wish. 



For my decoration I made a rosette.  I cut a piece of designer paper 1" x 12" and scored every 1/2" mountain and valley style.  I also used Heart Swirl die from Magnolia Doohickey.

I hope you enjoyed my project today, I had lots of fun creating it!

Lisa



Thursday, March 27, 2014

Quick and Easy Easter Card

Hi everyone!  The Scor-Pal design team is sharing some quick and easy to make Easter cards.  Today I have created an easel card for you!



I started with a sheet of card stock cut 12" x 6", score with the 12" side on the top fence scoring at 3" and 6".

The center "pop-up" part of the card is a 5" square.


The wreath is was cut with Spellbinder Die Build A Wreath using yellow and pink card stock.  The adorable little owl was made with Darcy's Eggstra Special Tin Pins and Stamp set.  The little Easter eggs with stamped then cut out, they can also be found in the Eggstra Special stamp set.

Thanks for dropping by!  Have fun creating!

Lisa


Sunday, December 29, 2013

Quick and Easy Christmas Card

 

Christmas is just around the corner and making a quick and easy card could never be easier!
Here is how I made my gatefold card.


First I started with a piece of card stock 4" x 8", a piece of designer paper 3 3/4" x 3 3/4", a memory box die cut from a sparkly glitter paper and a piece of designer cut with Spellbinders Nestibilities Label 16 Die, my Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape and a sparkly gem from Stampin Up!


Score the card stock at 4" and 6" to create your gatefold. 



Next, cut the piece of designer paper in half so you have two pieces that are 1 7/8" x 3 3/4".  Attach them to the front of the card with Scor-Tape.  Add the Label, sentiment, Snowflake die and gem and you have a nice and easy Christmas card ready for the giving!


Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful Holiday Season!!

Lisa