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Hi, Toni here! It's my turn to share my Scor-Pal and Graphic 45 project. We are having a week long showing of beautiful paper crafts by both the Scor-Pal design team and the Graphic 45 design team. I received some amazing papers and have barely scratched the surface of all that can be done with Graphic 45 products. When I saw the Place in Time papers, I knew what I had to make!
For this project, you will need:
4 3/4" x 10" piece of card stock
- 4 3/4" x 6" piece of card stock
3 3/16" x 4 3/16" piece of card stock
- 4 1/2" x 4 3/4" piece of Graphic 45 designer paper
- Twelve 3" x 4" pieces of Graphic 45 designer paper
- Additional Graphic 45 designer paper
- Scallop border punch
Scor-Pal with the 6" side along the top fence. Score at 5".
Scor-Tape. On the 10" piece, line the 1/2" tab and on the 6" piece, line the 1" tab.
Scor-Tape and adhere together, as shown, to create your calendar stand.
Calendar Foundation designer paper in the Graphic 45 Place in Time pad.
Scor-Tape and remove some of the stickiness by placing the adhesive against some fabric and removing. (I use what I am wearing, either a cotton top or some denim). Carefully place the November calendar on top of the December calendar.
August Cut-Aparts sheet from the Graphic 45 Place in Time line. I trimmed out the striped background to 4/12" by 4 3/4" and mounted it on my stand up calendar. Then I trimmed out the sunflower border and created a scalloped edge for the top and bottom borders. I finished my calendar with brown organza bow.
Here's another look at the finished product. Thanks for joining me today!
Details - Paper: Graphic 45 Place in Time designer paper, Early Espresso; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, Scalloped Border punch, brown organza ribbon, glue dot.