Friday, May 31, 2013

Scor-Pal and Paper Smooches with Lisa Silver

Hi everyone, This week the designers from Scor-pal and  Paper Smooches  have an awesome blog hop for you.  Be sure to stop by everyone's blog to see what they've been up to.  Scor-Pal will be giving away 3 prizes packages - each one includes a Paper Smooches stamp that we've shown this week as well as Scor-tape. Leave comments on the Scor-Pal blog this week for your chance to win!

Hello everyone!  I am super excited to be participating in this hop with Paper Smooches and the Scor-Pal Design Team!

Please stop by the Scor-Pal and Paper Smooches blogs for a chance to win!


Purse Gift Box

Supplies:
Tools: Scor-Pal scoring board in inches, Scor-Tool, Scor-tape, Scor-Mat cutting and work surface
Stamps: Retail Therapy (Paper Smooches)
Paper: Diane Assortment Paper Collection by S.E.I., Shrink film by Graphix
Ribbons / Trim: silver cord (ST2S) , pink mini cording (449-17) , and crocheted lace trim (433-38-01by May Arts
Ink: Jet Black StazOn by Tsukineko
Other: heat tool, punch by EK Success (scallop), pencil, ruler, hole punch, Velcro



I was inspired by the Retail Therapy (Paper Smooches) stamp set to create a unique gift box for the ladies in your lives.



Step 1:

Trim a 2" x 12" piece of cardstock for the base and sides of your purse box.


Score according to the template below.


Add Scor-tape to the 0.25" edge and snip at 4" and 8" marks to the 0.25" score so the sides with fold upward.


Step 2:

Trim two pieces of cardstock 4" x 3-7/8".

Create the front and back panels of your purse box according to the template below.  Make a small score mark at 1" and 3" to note where the top needs to slim.  Use a scissors or a paper trimmer to remove the top corners.

Create two identical pieces.




Step 3:

Adhere the front and back of the purse to the bottom of the box (prepared in step 1).


Adhere the sides to the front and back of the box.  Set aside as we prep the top the purse box.


Step 4:

Trim a piece of cardstock 2-1/2" x 3" in a different color paper than the box base.

Score and trim according to the template below, creating it similarly to how the front and back of the box was created.  Note that the top of the box will need to be slightly smaller than the 2" opening of the box for a better fit.

Add Scor-tape along the 0.25" scored edge and adhere to the top (inside edge) of the box.


Step 5:

Add decorative trim, a cord handle and a Velcro closure to the box to finish.


Step 6:

Stamp the image or sentiment on Shrink Film with the StazOn ink.  Punch out your shape.

IMPORTANT: Punch a hole in the top of your piece before you heat.


Step 7:

You can either follow directions on the package to shrink in your oven - OR - you can use your heat gun to shrink.

IMPORTANT: Please use a heat safe surface.  Your Scor-Mat cutting and work surface is not heat safe and will warp.

If you do use your heat gun, use a piercing tool to hold the piece in place.  I usually opt to insert the tool into the punched hole, so it will remain open while I heat.  Also, I keep an acrylic block near.  While the piece is still hot, I will use the block to flatten any stubborn or curled edge.



Use the little plastic tag as an embellishment to your newly created purse box.  It reminded me of the tags or key fobs you might see on high-end purses... and it's a lovely way to make the simple very special.




Thanks for visiting!
Lisa

30 comments:

Houses Built of Cards said...

FABULOUS gift purse - and the papers are beautiful!!!

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TJ Butler said...

This is way to clever and I am so grateful for the clear, terrific how-to's and photos. Thank you so much for more fun ideas on using scor-pal!! So AWESOME!

Sue D said...

Such a cute purse!

Lisa R. said...

Great lil gift box! TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

karenelr said...

What a gorgeous purse! Unbelievable creative! It looks so real!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

wow this is too cute! I love how you added the tag in acetate!

marylouh said...

Very pretty gift holder or a purse for a little girl who wants to dress up. Thanks for sharing.

Mary-Anne V said...

what a sweet purse...love it!

SHartl said...

Oh, love this cute little purse! Thanks for the tip on using the heat gun...! Darling papers and really pretty trim

Karenladd said...

Thanks so much for the step by step instructions. LOVE that cute little Shrink film tag on the purse...such a sweet extra touch.

Miriam Prantner said...

Such a sweet purse! Love it!

Ravengirl said...

Love the purse box and the great tag on shrink film!

Karen Schroeder said...

Love, love, love the purse! Thanks for the instructions!

Larissa Heskett said...

LOVE this!! Such a CUTE Purse!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

Janis said...

How cute is that!!! Love the colors and the little shrinky tag is darling!!

Benjamin said...

So cute, and the tag is great!

cm said...

Charming project! I love PS products (goal is to own them all! Oh, how I wish), and your creations with them are stunning! Scor-Pal and PS = perfect match! So much inspiration and creativity - all in one place! What a fantastic week of delight!!
c

Carla said...

Cute little purse.
Thanks for the
instructions.
Carla from Utah

Kathleen said...

This little purse is the cutest thing. I pinned it on my pinterest.

Mare said...

Pretty gift purse!

Kailash said...

A gorgeous purse, so creative and the colors are stunning!!

Carol said...

Awesome handbag! Love the colors.

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Scrappin' Diva said...

Great purse and thank you for the detailed tutorial!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Super cute purse! TFS

TeacherMom said...

So clever!! Wish I could think up all the wonderful projects!!! I guess I will just have to be happy with scraplifting them!!!! :)
Thanks for sharing and for the inpsiration.

Riette said...

Brilliant idea!

Jean Bullock said...

What a totally cool package. Well done.

Stephanie said...

Cute gift purse. Love the papers.

jcobb said...

Ooh, love the "purse!" It would be perfect for the females in my family!

Sabrina said...

WHAT A VERY CUTE PURSE AND VERY CREATIVE WAY OF USING SHRINK FILM!