Thursday, June 28, 2012

Scor-pal & Momenta Week Day 4 with Lisa Andrews



Good morning Scor-pal friends! 

Today we are thrilled to be hosting a week long feature with our friends at Momenta. Our designers have out done themselves once again to bring you some fun and exciting projects using not only Scor-pal products, but also, Momenta products. Of course, that's not all. The Momenta team is playing with Scor-pal products this week on the Momenta blog too! 



As always, there a prizes to be won!! 


Be sure to visit both the Scor-pal blog and Momenta blog each day this week to see more project ideas and to enter for chances to win some great Scor-pal and Momenta products. To be entered into the random drawing for a Scor-buddy and Scor-tape prize pack simply leave a comment here on the Scor-pal blog each day for a chance to win. 



There will be other ways to earn extra chances to win as well, so be watching for those announcements each day.


 Today's bonus entry comes by simply telling us what you have learned this week. Simply leave a comment on this post telling us for an extra entry into the drawing. 

 Deadline for entering is 8am Central, Monday, July 2.

Now, for today's project from Scor-pal Designer Lisa Andrews.

First off I have a lovely treat basket.  
I used the Cuddle and Coo collection from Momenta.

Start with a 12x12 piece of cardstock and score at 4” and 8”, turn the paper 90 degrees and score again at 4” and 8”.  Fold all scored lines.  Score and fold each corner diagonally and bring them up to the middle.  Decorate each square with 3 ¾” squares and attach a ribbon (or as I did, beads) to the middle and presto!  A cute treat basket!  I made the flowers with a Stampin Up! punch,  I layered several layers and attached them together with a brad.




Next is my Trinket Chest.  I used Magnolia Stamps, colored with Distress Inks  to decorate the top.  Here are the instructions:


The drawer are 3”x3”.  Start with a piece of paper 6”x6” and score each side at 1 ½”.  Attach a drawer liner, 2 ¾” x 2 ¾”  in the middle.




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To create the drawer pulls, I start with a brad, eyelet and flower decoration.  Attached flower to brad with hot glue, then thread the eyelet through the post of the brad, as shown.  Punch a hole through the drawer front and attach brad, the eyelet will provide just enough space to lift it off of the paper. 






Repeat to create 8 drawers.




Next wrap a 3” x 10” piece of cardstock around the drawer, there will be overlap, this is where you will attach the slip cover together with Scor-Tape.




Cut a 3” x 3” of chipboard and attach to the top of one of the drawers, this will stabilize everything really good.  Stack another drawer on top. 




Adhere all of the drawer sets together to create your chest.  Attach covered 3”x 3”, chipboard to the sides.  The top and bottom are covered 7”x7” pieces of chipboard.

Here is close up of the images


Images used:  Tilda as Butterfly and Stone Pathway


Images used: Bee Tilda, Ladybug, Summer Background, Dock and Mushrooms.

Decorate as you please.

Thanks for stopping by!
Lisa

59 comments:

Linda R. said...

Love both projects. All those drawers are amazing! Lisa, you are so talented. Thanks for sharing.

Crafting Newbie said...

Hi Lisa, Great projects. Love the bright colours & cute imagery.

Crafting Newbie said...

This week I have learnt that scoring is not just about fantastic 3D projects & acurate folds. Score lines can also be stunning embossing detail to add dimension to a background, segregate sections & to draw the eye. Thanks.

Linda R. said...

This week I learned that Scor-pal is very versatile. I was amazed at all the different projects and the many ways that Scor-pal scoring could be incorporated into a project. What great inspiration!

Margreet said...

Gorgeous projects...want to make the Trinket Chest as soon as I've some time...I learned that the Scorpal is so versatile....must use it much more!!
xxx Margreet

smahrty said...

These two projects are amazing!

smahrty said...

This week i learned that my scoring abilities are sadly underused! Thanks for all the new ideas and inspiration.

Sandra H said...

Totally stunning and beautifully presented:)x

christi said...

this week i have learned i need to live more outside the box,. so many creative ways to use the product. gorgeous projects.

Linda said...

What a gorgeous projects
hugs Linda

christi said...

wow what a great little trinket chest. i must make 2 one for each of my grand daughters. maybe put some presents in the drawers. like a treasure hunt. thanks for sharing. the treat box is so cute. it would be great for shower favors.

Glennis said...

what a great project
This week I have learned that I am not using my Scor-pal to itsfull potential. When I get home from holidays I will be trying out these ideas -thanks for sharing

Bhawana said...

wowowoowow you guys are awesme.... Loved that tree project so much..... I am getting firced to buy one for me this scorepal..

Lisa R. said...

Love these 3-d projects!!! TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

Miriam Prantner said...

That chest of drawers is so cute! Love it!

Lisa R. said...

I have learned that Scor pal is an innovative useful tool for creating a variety of cool projects! joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

Leanne said...

Such adorable projects!

sharon g said...

So darned cute!! I like the chest of drawers.

sharon g said...

I have learned this week: that I don't have to have an embossing/die cutting machine if I have a Scorpal. I can make ALLLL kinds of things, and easily.

bhavana said...

Great projects, love the chest!!! Learnt today that the diagonal score board helps make envelopes!!

Naomi said...

Great project ideas!

Dorina D said...

What fantastic projects today. I've learned that I don't use my Scor Pal enough in my scrapbooking & card making. I should be using it for embossing, decorating a page, adding detail and more. Can't wait to try some of what I've learned. Thanks for a fabulous hop this week. It's so fun.

Joni Kix said...

What wonderful projects! I ADORE the treat basket. What a great gift that would make! TFS!

Joni Kix said...

I learned that there is a smaller version of scor-pad. It would be great to take on crops and travel!

Sue D said...

Fabulous projects! Pretty colors and embellishments on both.

Sue D said...

I learned that I need to venture beyond card making with my Scor-pal.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Wow...fabulous project!!!

Anonymous said...

Awwwwww...cute AND functional! Way to go!

Kimberly said...

amazing projects... oh i have learned so much! you can do tons with the scor-pal! I love the cas look with the lines... going to try that one out tonight!

Carmen Nuland said...

I learned about scoring for embossing and to create 3-dimensional projects

Lynn said...

What cute projects. I have to try the little trinket box - my granddaughter will love it !! I love learning new things to do on my score pal and score buddy. Thanks Scor Pal.

Carol E said...

What I learned this week is that score lined can be part of the design. I also love this trinket box and can't wait to try it. Thanks for all the inspriation.

Bethany Becker said...

Amazing projects. I really want a score board so I can do some of these projects. It is on my wish list!

Kristie Maynard said...

What wonderful projects!!! I will be pinning this for sure.
I learned that with a little imagination, you can make just about any project you set your mind to.
Thanks!

seau said...

Oh my Lisa, both of these project are so cute. I love the colors in both of these little projects. TFS.

catnap said...

Just love this box. A nice way to store wee things.

catnap said...

I learned what a belly band is, and how cool it looks.

Mailee said...

I love the trinket chest. So cute! Thanks for the tutorial on how to make the drawer handles. Thanks for a chance to win!

Jennie Bobbins said...

I love the chest of drawers. So adorable!

Jennie Bobbins said...

I learned that I want a Scor-pal because the uses are endless!

Linda said...

Such cute projects and great tutorials. Thanks!

Linda said...

Such cute projects and great tutorials. Thanks!

Lucy said...

I love boxes of any kind. These are so fun. I hope to find time to try my hand at them. Thanks for the inspiration!

Linda said...

This week I learned to use my Scor-Pal to emboss backgrounds on my cards and layouts!

Lucy said...

I've learned that I could have saved my hands, wrists and fingernails if I'd had a Scor-Pal product to help with some of the projects I've made that have lots of creases!! ;-) It's such a versatile project. I've used Scor-Tape for some time and wouldn't be without it in my adhesive arsenal.

Njeri said...

I love this tutorial. I have learnt that the Scor-Pal can be used to make 3-d craft projects not just folding paper.

Kray said...

I so love this drawers project. I learned on how many more uses that scorepal can have with not only scoring for lines and folds for cards, it can be used to help us make 3D projects.

this is definitely a "must have" tool

rlovew said...

What a fabulous little chest- so cute! Thanks for sharing the details of how you made it.

Jean said...

Wiow - amazing projects!! Thanks for the directions!

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW such an amazing drawer set..the 3 D scene atop is gorgeous
Lesson learnt...there is no limit to what you can do with your scorepal with a pinch of imagination added!

jordanbev5 said...

The treat basket and trinket box are just so adorable!! Thank you for inspiring me!
Beverly
jordanbev5@yahoo.com

jordanbev5 said...

This week I have learned that there are many more ways to use a ScorPal than just to make cards!! Obviously after todays' projects!!
Great Design Team!

Beatrice Lawson said...

Love the projects. I am completely amazed at how much you can do with the Scor-Pal... I will try creating card backgrounds, not just folding!

Ravengirl said...

Love that sweet trinket chest! It's darling!

Michelle said...

Wow - This is super cute. What a great idea for a little girl to store some precious treasures in.
Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

Runs with Scissors said...

WOW! Simply darling.

Scrappin' Diva said...

Wow! This is so cute and I can't wait to try this out!

Ellen said...

Awesome projects! TFS

Kevin moon said...

very good and awesome creativity just love your custom logo design