Thursday, July 11, 2013

Scor-pal and Clearsnap with Toni Storie

This week the DT's from Scor-Pal and Clearsnap have joined forces to bring you some amazing projects.  Be sure to check the Scor-Pal Blog and the Clearsnap Blog everyday for inspiration, and also to enter to win a Scor-pal!  Just leave comments this week on any of our Scor-pal posts, and we will choose a winner next week.

Hi, Toni here!  It's my turn to showcase a Scor-Pal and Clearsnap project.  We will have a week long showing of some crafty goodness by both the Scor-Pal design team and the Clearsnap design team.  I received some really fabulous product and I wanted to show it all off, so I made a Card Box* and an assortment of cards to go in it.
For this project, you will need:
For the cards, you will also need:
Place the 7 3/4" by 9" piece of card stock on your Scor-Pal with one corner at the top of the  6" groove and the opposite corner between the arrows at the bottom of the 6" groove.  Score every half inch across the entire piece of card stock.  I have illustrated three of the score lines below.
Turn your piece of card stock 90 degrees and center the new corner at the top of the 6" groove and the opposite corner between the arrows at the bottom of the 6" groove.  Again, score every half inch across the entire piece of card stock.  You will create a diamond grid pattern on your paper. 
If you want to highlight the grid pattern with ink, you will do that now.  Refer to the card below for more information on inking the grid pattern.  For now, we will continue on with creating our box base.  With the 9" side of the card stock up against the top fence of the Scor-Pal,  score at 1 1/2" on all four sides. 
On the 9" sides, cut along the 1 1/2" score lines in to the 1 1/2" score lines.  You will create four tabs to adhere the box together.  Crease all of your score lines. 
Turn the box base over and line all four tabs with Scor-tape.
Remove adhesive backing and adhere tabs to inside of the box.  Now you see the finished box base.
Creating the box lid follows the same steps with slightly different dimensions.  This box lid was created with acetate, but could easily be made with card stock.  The acetate measures 6 7/8" by 8 1/8".  It is places into the Scor-Pal and scored at 1" on all four sides.  Tabs are created by cutting on the 1" score line in to the 1" score line.  Adhesive is placed on the outside of the tabs and adhered to the inside of the lid.  Below, you see the acetate lid placed on my scored grid box base.
For the first of four cards, I recreated the scored grid background on my card.  
Since my background was smaller, I placed my Scor-Envi into my Scor-Pal and used it to help me stabilize the smaller piece.  I placed one corner into the 6" groove and lined up one side flush with the Scor-Envi.  Score every half inch across the whole piece. 
Turn 90 degrees and repeat the scoring every half inch to create the diamond grid pattern. 
Without turning the paper over so that raised score lines are on the bottom, brayer on Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx Chox ink.
I finished my card with a couple of stamped flowers, dies and burlap string.  For my gold flower centers, I used both Gold Lame Smooch and Goldrush Smooch Glitz.

For the next card, I scored sun rays onto my card base.  I used Gold Lame Smooch to line each ray and then ran a finger over it to spread it like it was glowing.  I also covered some card stock with the Smooch and die cut and trimmed it to represent my sun.
For the third card, the leaves were clear embossed on white card stock.  Then, I used River Mossy Smooch Spritz to spray over the top in an emboss resist technique.  Additionally, I scored on either side of the emboss resist panel, wrapped burlap string around the embossed panel, stamped a sentiment and rounded the corners.
For the final card, I scored a tic-tac-toe grid and embellished.  In the four corners of the grid, I used the Honey Mix'd Media Inx embossing powder to emboss the leaves.  I stamped flowers for the four outer boxes of the grid, adding Gold Lame Smooch to each flower center.  Finally, I stamped a sentiment, matted the grid and rounded the corners. 
The cards and envelopes fit neatly into the box with the lid.  It was finished with a simple bow tied with mini cording to match. 
Thanks for reading along!

*Card Box tutorial found on Splitcoaststampers. 


Details -  Stamps: Bloom & Grow (Verve), Doodled Occasions (Verve); Paper: Sweet Tooth White, Chocolate chip; Ink: Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx Chox Petals, Momento Rich Cocoa, Versamark; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Envi, Scor-Tape, paper snips, brayer, Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx Honey embossing powder, clear embossing powder, heat tool, Clearsnap River Mossy Smooch Spritz, Clearsnap Gold Lame Smooch, Clearsnap Goldrush Smooch Glitz, Nestabilities, Floral Circles dies (Verve), May Arts mini cording, May Arts burlap string, glue dots, stampin' dimensionals, corner rounder.

20 comments:

Lisa Posthumus said...

Cool projects! Thanks for the inspiration.

Lisa Posthumus said...

Cool projects, thanks for the inspiration.

Carmen N said...

I love this idea! I've been thinking of making card sets for my friends - this would be a great way to present them

Scrappin' Diva said...

Great assortment of cards and cute box to hold them in!

Stephanie said...

What a great project. I love the grid pattern you made on the box bottom. What a clever idea!! TFS

Aunt Dee said...

Wonderful tutorial on making the lattice so easily. Love the different cards and card box. Great project.

Dorina D said...

Love the lattice work and colors. Thanks for the tutorial on creating that effect. The cards were so fun and the scor pal really made the different work stand out. Great job.





Lynn said...

Nice card selection - neat little box . thank you for sharing and for the chance to win.

Lynn said...

Nice selection of cards . neat little box. thank you for sharing and for the chance to win.

Kiwi said...

Oh this is lovely,I'm thinking it'd be a lovely Christmas pressie for several friends:-)
AnnB

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Fabulous set! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jean Bullock said...

Fantastic cards and great tutorial. Thanks so much. I am going to try this.

Angelica Chambers said...

Wow! Love this box! You make it look so easy... I guess I desperately need a score pal!

jcobb said...

I love the idea for the card box! It and the cards are just lovely!

lospring said...

Like the tic tac toe card. Thank you!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

What a beautiful set of cards. I love how you made your box for them.

JPScraps said...

This is fabulous! I love all the different techniques you used.

Caryn S said...

Love the different ways you used embossed score lines on these.

Tanja said...

Lovely cards and boxes, thanks for the tutorial, I think boxes of cards are great to make for friends!

cghundley said...

Very pretty card
box holder. Would
make a great gift.
Carla from Utah