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Old 09-29-2010, 07:52 AM   #361
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Actually, I just realized what spreadsheet you are talking about. I bet this is it:

http://www.scor-pal.com/basics/Envel...20Scor-Pal.xls

Let me know if this is it. I hope it is what you are looking for.
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I am looking for a different spreadsheet. It was pretty big and VERY detailed. It gave you measurements in inches. Like it told you to move the paper one mark to the right and score at 1/4 to get X measurement. It was a conversion chart thing.

Anybody know what I am talking about?

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I am looking for a different spreadsheet. It was pretty big and VERY detailed. It gave you measurements in inches. Like it told you to move the paper one mark to the right and score at 1/4 to get X measurement. It was a conversion chart thing.

Anybody know what I am talking about?

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Old 10-11-2010, 05:48 PM   #364
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Actually, I just realized what spreadsheet you are talking about. I bet this is it:

http://www.scor-pal.com/basics/Envel...20Scor-Pal.xls

Let me know if this is it. I hope it is what you are looking for.
Yes, that is what I was looking for. Thanks so much!
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Hi, I've just bought both the Score Pal and the Scor-Buddy, so I'm anxious to use them. I saw a card that I liked but I can't find the instructions anywhere, it was a long piece of cardstock scored in three sections, similar to a gate card except the two end parts were scored diagonally so they folded in and the whole thing folded into each other to make one square card. I know this isn't the best description but if anyone has any idea of the measurements or instructions I'd really appreciate the help. Marge
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Is this what you're looking for?

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Hi, I've just bought both the Score Pal and the Scor-Buddy, so I'm anxious to use them. I saw a card that I liked but I can't find the instructions anywhere, it was a long piece of cardstock scored in three sections, similar to a gate card except the two end parts were scored diagonally so they folded in and the whole thing folded into each other to make one square card. I know this isn't the best description but if anyone has any idea of the measurements or instructions I'd really appreciate the help. Marge
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Rose Ann, yes that's it, thank you so much. I couldn't figure out the measurements, and I really think it's a cute idea. Thanks again, Marge
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You are so very welcome, Marge! Have fun!!

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Rose Ann, yes that's it, thank you so much. I couldn't figure out the measurements, and I really think it's a cute idea. Thanks again, Marge
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Your card is lovely. Thank you for sharing! You can do all sorts of embossed grid patterns with the Scor-Pal. Random, diagonal embossed lines also look great.
The Feb/Mar magazine has all sorts of different card ideas. It will be online Feb 1st.

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Here are 4 vids to make a Desk Caddy, and my Shop Tour.

Desk Caddy1 - YouTube - DeskCad1
Desk Caddy2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgBN2z047TA
Desk Caddy3- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CN3kqUXIU0k
Desk Caddy4 - YouTube - DeskCad4
Shop Tour - YouTube - ShopTour

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Old 04-30-2011, 06:05 AM   #371
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This is amazing! I just purchased 6 lazy-susan bases so I can make a bunch for me and for gifts. Thanks!
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This is wonderful Dan. I love that you added a swivel base, really adds to it.

I'll tell you a funny...when I read one of your links and it said "shop tour" I thought you were going to take me to a place to SHOP, LOL. Thanks for sharing the tour of your shop room. We are truly blessed to have our own area.
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Here are 4 vids to make a Desk Caddy, and my Shop Tour.
Great job, thanks. Now the mind boggles as to what you can fill them with!
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:32 PM   #374
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I use mine for pens, pencils, and other desk items. Some use them for candy, and I saw one made with velum with 4 different colored marbles.
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I'm thinking christmas! Might take me until then to perfect one LOL
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I use some caddys in my studio for miscellaneous tools, so I made some modifications. I put 4X4 chipboard pieces on the inside for reinforcement, and I also made the crosspieces 3" high (still using the 30 cut),to better hold the tools.
I would like to see any that you folks make. I recently sold 4 for $10 each, which barely covered costs; $6 for the swivel, $2 for the paper, and $2 for my time and supplies. Its a good thing its a hobby.
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Neat idea!! Thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-02-2011, 08:02 AM   #378
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this looks amazing.
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Here is a little tutorial TEMPLATE E TUTORIAL : SCATOLA PORTA FOGLIETTI! Tra carta, timbri e colori
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Desk Caddy1 - YouTube - DeskCad1
Desk Caddy2 - DeskCad2 - YouTube
Desk Caddy3- DeskCad3 - YouTube
Desk Caddy4 - YouTube - DeskCad4
Shop Tour - YouTube - ShopTour
thanks so much Don. Would you be able to write down the score lines on the 12 x 12 sheet. If it was in the video I wasnt able to hear it. Appreciate your work area. I am jealous!
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Using 12 X 12 cardstock, the scores are at 4" & 8" in both directions. The diagonal scores are on the other side of the cardstock from the corner to the horizontal and vertical intersections.
Understand too, you could use any square dimension to adjust the size of the caddy. You only need to divide by 3 to get the proper result.
I would like to see your project.
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I will upload as soon as I get it done!
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I was wondering if we could revive this listing a bit and have people share their more recent scor-pal designs/patterns??
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I was wondering if we could revive this listing a bit and have people share their more recent scor-pal designs/patterns??
Hi Diana: Do u know that the scor-pal website has loads of patterns?
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I made a Rosette wreath. Super easy with a scor pal to make it.
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What a great piece of work. TFS
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Great wreath. Love those rosettes.
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I doubt if a day goes by that I don't use my Scor-Pal. It is fabulous for giving my cards that crisp fold as well as making all the different types of boxes I make so easy to construct.
I made my sister a no calorie, fat free cake out of paper using the Scor-Pal. Came out fabulous, if I do say so myself. I will give it to her next week as part of her birthday present. I know she will love it as much as I do.
Thank you, Diana, for such a wonderful product.
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I've been using mine non-stop for the past three days! It's Christmas time, need I say more??? Great product. I even love the buddy...he's so cute and travels well...
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Got a metric one for Christmas - woohoo! Now I have the Martha Stewart one in inches and the Scor-Pal in metric so no more excuses.
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Making Pop up cards with the scorpal is so quick and easy. Sharing a tutorial to make a Gifts Pop Up Card
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Sharing a house pop up card tutorial
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Sonia, These are amazing. I am going to share with our Scorpalpals Yahoo Group.
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Sharing a tutorial to make a folding Box- It was so easy with scor pal!
Thank You Diana for inventing the most amazing papercrafting tool!
Here is the link to the Folding Box Tutorial.
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I am going to have to give this a go.
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I was fascinated by the concept of a wishing well as there is something magical about it. Tried recreating it as a 3 D papercraft and it was amazingly easy with the help of scorpal.Here is the link: Wishing Well Instructions
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Desk Caddy1 - YouTube - DeskCad1
Desk Caddy2 - DeskCad2 - YouTube
Desk Caddy3- DeskCad3 - YouTube
Desk Caddy4 - YouTube - DeskCad4
Shop Tour - YouTube - ShopTour
I know I'm really "late" at watching these, but was able to view the shoptour one just now and all I can say is AAAAAWWWWEEEESOME! You are so organized with your supplies. I'm envious.... I thought I was doing well with two dressers/buffets as my work space and storage! Thanks so much for sharing.... I will watch the others as soon as I can pull them up on my phone.... it's a bit slow today.
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Diana, just wanted to tell you, how much Scor-Pal has changed my crafting experience! I am surrounded by boxes and folders and having a wonderful time. SP has opened so many more doors of creative opportunities...thank you
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I am so glad you are having fun. Our new Book, Score,Fold, Create The Ulitimate Guide to Paper Crafting with Scor-Pal will be available very soon. Also our new tool Scor-Envi, tool for making envelopes will be available in a couple of months.
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