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Old 12-01-2005, 06:25 AM   #1
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This week the challenge is to use something we all have and use but is very under appreciated. This week your challenge is to use your SCORING BLADE in new and exciting ways. Use your blade to score a different than the ordinary card fold. I made a fun tunnel card yesterday (link below) and I here that the Wednesday tutorial will be posted late this morning with directions for a flip flop card. I know there are lots of other ideas out there....an s-fold card and many others so surprise us with some great ideas!

Please remember to put WT37 in your keywords section and post a link back here...can't wait to see them!

Tunnel card by Julia
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Folded pocket card by Stampinlady
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Old 12-01-2005, 06:55 AM   #2
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bumping because I forgot to add e-mail notification.
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More cool ideas...

Inkpad's snowtime collection
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...175617&si=fold

Michelle Wooderson's Crisscross pals
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...179211&si=fold

Cambria's Tri-fold
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...171381&si=fold

Rebecca Wheeler's crooked pocket
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...173439&si=fold
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Julia, I do not have a scoring blade, but I do use my stylus with every card and just run it down the track where my cutting blade cuts. Here is a card style that uses the scoring blade or stylus a little differently. This was already in my gallery.
Back CS is 5 1/2 " x 4 1/4 "
Main card is 5 1/4 " x 8 1/8 "........score at 4 1/8 "
Fold main card at score. Tear the longer side and fold up. Enjoy, Nancy
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Here is a card I made this afternoon. You will have to use your imagination a bit as the scan did not pick up the texture well at all. I lightly scored the background cardstock every 1/4" and then flipped the cardstock over to get a nice suble pin-stripe textured background. I've been wanting to try this for awhile. I saw this idea somewhere months ago...sorry I don't remember where.

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Here's mine. I used my scoring blade to add texture to the paper (saffron). I scored a checkered pattern. It doesn't show very well in the scan though.

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I love the Crosshatch Background but haven't gotten around to buying it yet. So, when I saw today's Ways to Use It challenge, I had to try making my own crosshatch background. I thought it turned out pretty cute. This one also fits the Color Challenge for this week.
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Here is my card for this challenge.
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I don't have the scoring blade so I will have to play along using either my stylus or my bone folder if that is ok...
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Julia, I do not have a scoring blade, but I do use my stylus with every card and just run it down the track where my cutting blade cuts. Here is a card style that uses the scoring blade or stylus a little differently. This was already in my gallery.
Back CS is 5 1/2 " x 4 1/4 "
Main card is 5 1/4 " x 8 1/8 "........score at 4 1/8 "
Fold main card at score. Tear the longer side and fold up. Enjoy, Nancy
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<<<Hitting head>>> What a great idea, Nancy -- thanks for sharing your scoring technique!
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Great timing, Julia -- I just made and posted a flip flop card from Beate's tutorial today! Here's my Reindeer Flip Flop Card (closed) and the Open view.

Thanks for the challenge -- I want to try some of the other techniques mentioned here already. Great ideas, Ladies!
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Here is my second folded card. Cut and folded CS to resemble a gift bag. It folds flat for mailing.
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I tried Beate's flip flop card. Like Sharon said - fun to do but not a card for the "assembly line".

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Here is my version of a slit punch tri-fold card..

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OK, you didn't say that it had to be a card, so I made a good ol' 2-4-6-8 box w/ Santa Post for the season... I think it will make a cute ornament for my tree - and the bonus is that the cats can't break it!

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Here's one more that relies heavily on the scoring blade.

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I finally got one done for this challenge, it does look better in person with the scoring but it's white and that color just doesn't scan that well. Part of it looks grey for some reason and scanner window is clean!

Here's my card.
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I made a card for the wt37 challenge, I am really very new at this site, and love browsing for ideas, thanks for all your inspiration,, this card uses an old stamp set that was given to me, and I used chalk to highlight the marks made by the blade. Tanis Im not sure how to post a link but I'm working on it...
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I just now found this challenge. Love all the unique ideas for scoring the background paper. You gals (and guys too maybe) are really great!
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Just found it, too! Great ideas here!
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Here is mine...
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