Friday, December 15, 2017

Mid Challenge Tutorial

This fabulous project was from one of team members in our current challenge and we wanted for you to be able to create it yourself so we have the tutorial for you.
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a  new challenge for the Scor-Pal blog.  This month it's time to create anything you want.  As Christmas is near, I wanted to create a different shaped treat box.


This box takes 3 sheets of cardstock and 3 sheets of pattern paper.

Step 1 - Using a 12" x 12" sheet of cardstock, score  at 4" and 8".  Rotate and score again at 4" and 8", creating 9 equally sized squares.


Step 2 - Cut 2nd sheet of cardstock 10 1/2" x 10 1/2".  Score a 3 1/2" and 7".  Rotate the cardstock and score again at 3 /12" and 7", creating 9 equally sized squares.



Step 3 - Cut 3rd sheet of cardstock 8 1/4" x 8 1/4".  Score at 2 3/4" and 5 3/4".  Rotate the cardstock and score again at 2 3/4" and 5 3/4", creating 9 equally sized squares.

Step 4 - Cut the corners from each sheet of scored cardstock.


Step 5 - Cut each square into a triangular shape.  Find the center of each square and cut on an angle to the score lines.


Step 6 - for the exterior panel, cut 8 pieces of double sided pattern paper, each 3 3/4" x 3 3/4".  Cut into triangular shapes to fit.  Ink edges and adhere to both sides.  


Step 7 - for the middle panel, cut 8 pieces of double sided pattern paper, each 3 1/4" x 3 1/4".  Cut into triangular shapes to fit.  Ink edges and adhere to both sides.


Step 8 - for the smallest panel, cut 8 pieces of double sided pattern paper, each 2 5/8" and 2 5/8".  Cut into triangular shapes to fit.  Ink edges and adhere to both sides.


 Step 9 - cut a 2 5/8" x 2 5/8" panel to fit the center of the smallest panel.  Ink edges and adhere.


Step 10 - add Scor-Tape to the center panels and adhere all 3 panels together.


Step 11- Punch holes in the center of the larger panels and thread ribbon.  Place candy inside.


Stamp phrases on white cardstock.  Die cut, ink and mat with larger dies.


Use a hook to hang from Christmas tree or even use as a place setting on the dining room table.

Thanks for stopping by.

Steph


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