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Sandy, your snowflake card is absolutely gorgeous!

Microfine Glitter Tips:
1. Empty jar of glitter into a small container with a tight lid. Label with name of color.
2. Fold a piece of computer paper in half, sharpen crease, open out and work over this paper.
3. Use a spoon to distribute glitter to the top part of the adhesive on your card especially when you are glittering a large area of background. Do NOT dump out the glitter.
4. Use the back of the spoon to move the glitter down the adhesive. Add a little more glitter if needed.
5. Use a make up brush to brush off excess glitter onto the piece of paper.
6. Funnel any remaining glitter back into the container.
7. Wipe paper and work surface with Glitter Magnet cloth until no glitter remains.
8. BURNISH the glitter to bring up the sheen and fully embed it into the adhesive.

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You rub it firmly and briskly with your finger tip.
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Subscribing as I am hoping that I get a Scor Pal for Christmas. ;o)
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Hi from Italy!
Yesterday I ordered the scor-pal I'm waiting to use it as soon as it will arrive. Your projects are very nice and look like simple to make.

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Santa brought me a Scor-pal because I was a good girl last year I will be playing with it for the first time tonight!
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Here is a quick and easy card I made using my scor-pal. I love that thing, I would have never thought to do designs like this.

simple card
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Jennifer,
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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I haven't caught up yet, so I don't know if this has been done yet, but this is what I did today....


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Yes the Scor-Tote will be available in late January. It is approx 14" x 16", water resistant fabric in a gorgeous teal colour. There is room for your Scor-Pal, pockets for your Fiskar's 12" cutter, crop-a-dile or other tools and paper. On the outside there is a large zippered pocket and it has an adjustable shoulder strap. http://twopeasinabucket.kaboose.com/...out_id=1265941

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Subbin to this thread!

Also, here are some things I've made with mine so far:
http://angelstamper2.blogspot.com/20...r-pal-fun.html
http://angelstamper2.blogspot.com/20...r-pal-fun.html

And these are not on my blog yet because I want to keep it a surprise for my Stamp Camp girls. They're making these on Feb. 2nd.
Easter basket:
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Matching card:
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I'm actually (inpatiently) awaiting the arrival of mine! I ordered it at the start of the holiday weekend, and think that the USPS is just too slow!

I can't wait to 'play with it'

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I just got mine and I can't wait to make a ton of boxes! I love everything you have all shared on this thread!
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Subscribing! I just bought mine at Archiver's when I was there for a class! So glad your awesome product is getting the attention it deserves!!
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Also, here are some things I've made with mine so far:
http://angelstamper2.blogspot.com/20...r-pal-fun.html
http://angelstamper2.blogspot.com/20...r-pal-fun.html

And these are not on my blog yet because I want to keep it a surprise for my Stamp Camp girls. They're making these on Feb. 2nd.
Easter basket:
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Matching card:
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Vicki, as always, your stuff is beautiful!! I love them all!
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I just posted a card that was made so simple by scoring w/ my Scor-Pal. It is cased from the SS mag for SU! demos - so not an original idea - but I adapted it to work w/ my Scor-Pal so I could score multiple pieces quickly and easily for stamp workshops. Love it!

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has someone figured out how to do the nugget boxes using the scor-pal? I need a bunch for valentines day and I can't seem to figure out how to do it.
Also a tote bag design would be awesome!
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has someone figured out how to do the nugget boxes using the scor-pal? I need a bunch for valentines day and I can't seem to figure out how to do it.
Also a tote bag design would be awesome!
I had the same thought last night. I had to use a ruler, mark the lines and then try to line it up as best I could (I was making a 2x5).
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Hello,
I found this page for Scor pal ...
http://www.scor-pal.com/projects2/in...es/Page313.htm
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Most projects you can adapt where you begin your measurement to correspond with the Scor-Pal, not always butting up to the left side.

The totes are super easy to make using the Scor-Pal. A few scores, snips, and adhesive, and they can be put together pretty quickly. PaperCrafts has a tote that has been recreated around here oodles of times, I'm sure a search of the gallery/forum will bring up the template.
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has someone figured out how to do the nugget boxes using the scor-pal? I need a bunch for valentines day and I can't seem to figure out how to do it.
Also a tote bag design would be awesome!
I find it ...
http://hotpawscreations.blogspot.com...-scor-pal.html
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I really had fun with this technique! I love my Score-Pal!
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The Scor-pal is on my "wish List"
I'm happy he is in Germany available!
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This is a card I did with the new SU peony set. Scor-Pal made it a breeze.
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Here is my criss cross boxes.

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Thank you Guilia for this template!
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I am blessed to work in a paper arts store and I have been getting many of our customers fired-up about the Scor-Pal. What an awsome tool!!!

For those of you having difficulty making the Nugget Boxes or scoring anything with obscure measurements on the Scor-Pal, here is my easy method:

Assume you need to score your paper at 1 7/8".

First, what is the next whole number up from 1 7/8"? Answer: 2. You will use the 2" score line (groove).

Second, what is 1 minus the fraction? The answer is where you place your paper. One (or 8/ minus 7/8 equals 1/8.

Place your paper at the 1/8" line and score at 2".

How about having to score at 4 11/16"?

Score at the 5" line (the next whole number up).

Move your paper to the 5/16" line (1 or 16/16 minus 11/16 equals 5/16).

Where is the 5/16" line? It's an imaginary line right between 4/16", or 1/4", and 3/8". This is why the first inch on your Scor-Pal is broken down into 8ths. You'll use the first inch for all your "obscure" measurements. After making several Nugget Boxes, you'll be a pro.

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Today I found this template ...

2-4-6-8 Box

Easter Basket

a nice day wish you
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The 2-4-6-8 box fits six almond rocas perfectly. Staple a ribon at the top and it's a super easy gift.

The Kisses and Kaboodles design is great for kiss-filled place cards at a party.

I kinda get excited about the Scor-Pal.

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I just ordered my Scor-Pal this a.m. after having a workshop making 2-5-7-10 boxes without a Scor-Pal. I will be subscribing to this thread too. TFS your wonderful projects girls.
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Nacy, you'll love it just to make those boxes. It really only takes seconds to score them. You can get tons of them done in no time. But that is not all, you will ask yourself, how did I do without it?
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I am blessed to work in a paper arts store and I have been getting many of our customers fired-up about the Scor-Pal. What an awsome tool!!!

For those of you having difficulty making the Nugget Boxes or scoring anything with obscure measurements on the Scor-Pal, here is my easy method:

Assume you need to score your paper at 1 7/8".

First, what is the next whole number up from 1 7/8"? Answer: 2. You will use the 2" score line (groove).

Second, what is 1 minus the fraction? The answer is where you place your paper. One (or 8/ minus 7/8 equals 1/8.

Place your paper at the 1/8" line and score at 2".

How about having to score at 4 11/16"?

Score at the 5" line (the next whole number up).

Move your paper to the 5/16" line (1 or 16/16 minus 11/16 equals 5/16).

Where is the 5/16" line? It's an imaginary line right between 4/16", or 1/4", and 3/8". This is why the first inch on your Scor-Pal is broken down into 8ths. You'll use the first inch for all your "obscure" measurements. After making several Nugget Boxes, you'll be a pro.

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I have made this with the score pal...

Tall Treats Box

you can find the tutorial here
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I've always loved accordian cards and pocket cards, so this card was the perfect combination of both....

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Smile Mini Album from Simply Scrappin' Kit

This is a quick, easy album to make using the Scor-pal. I found the directions here: StampingPro. It is called a Bamboo Spine Album.

Quick instructions are:
Cut two sheets of 12" patterned paper in half
Cut the 12" length to 11 1/2 inches -- you should have 4 sheets cut to 11 1/2 x 6".

You only need 2 pieces for the cover.
Score at 4 1/2, 5, 9 1/2 and 10" -- visit the website to read for specific scoring instructions. Assemble, cut inside pages and decorate! Viola, you have a mini album!

Here are the links to my album, sans photos:
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I made these today and here is a link to my inspiration and the person who originated the box idea:

http://notimetostamp.blogs.splitcoas...een-treat-box/

I engineered these to fit my purposes. For one thing, I used my left over card stock to make the corner pieces on the inside for more stability and instead of tying bows with the ribbon, I just pulled the corners tight and glued the ribbon down....then I hot glued a little bow with pearls to each corner. The larger, cream colored box is 5 x 5 inches and will hold 12 CD cases, but I am only putting 11 to a box as it is easier to look through the box and select the stamps I want to use!

Here are the instructions (5" box):

1] Cut 2 pieces of double sided, patterned card stock, each 5 x 12. (Note: I used plain card stock and then covered the "flaps" with patterned paper...you can go either way!)

2] Score each piece at 3.5 and 8.5.

3] Now score each piece 1" from the end, all 4 ends (this gives you the folder over "flap").

4] Fold into shape, making sure the flap ends are turned down.

5] At this point do any rubber stamping, or covering the "flaps" with patterned paper.

6] Now, using your Crop-A-Dile and making sure the "flaps" are folded down, punch holes on each side of each end, 1/2 inch and centered on the fold over the "flap". Insert eyelets into these holes and set them.

7] Lay your two pieces down, one on top of the other in a + shape, using a little tape to keep the two bottom pieces together.

8] Fold the sides up and insert ribbon and glue down on the inside. You can now add a bow or whatever embellishment you want to each corner! This is where I took 4 2x1.75 inch pieces of the left over card stock and scored at 1", folded them and glued one to each corner for stability.

The smaller box is for storing cards that I make and the only difference (besides color, etc.) is that I made it 4.75" to better fit my cards, most of which are A2.

These are handy storage solutions and they look pretty too...of course prettier designer, double-sided cardstock will make them look enen prettier!!! The cardstock that I used is quite heavy and I even glued a piece of chipboard to the bottom of each box for even more stability.

I love my Scor-Pal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TFL, Pam

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Old 03-02-2008, 07:16 PM   #80
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I love this project, perfect storage for unmounted stamps. You did a great job!
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