Friday, September 23, 2011

Scor-pal and Glue Arts are crafting together this week.  Thanks for stopping by here and be sure and leave a comment each day this week at the Scor-Pal Blog! There will be two winners randomly selected from all comments throughout the week. One will receive a Scor-pal scoring tool and the other will receive an assortment of great GlueArts products. You have until 8am CDT on Monday to leave comments. We will announce the winners later that day both on the Scor-pal Blog and on the Scor-pal Fan Page.

Once you are finished here be sure and stop by and visits the GlueArts blog as to see what they are up to as well. Also, don't forgot to visit the GlueArts fan page and, of course, stop by the Scor-pal Fan page. There we have some great prize giveaways, contests, ideas and more.

My project today is making a really simple and easy favour box using the Scor-pal, Glue Arts tacky adhesive, and Glue Art Raise'n foam.  The foam cuts through your diecuts so you can make your own 3D embellishments.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Scor-pal and Unity Stamp Co. Blog Hop

Hi and welcome to the Unity Stamp Company and Scor-Pal Blog Hop!
Our teams have come together to show you ALL of the amazing things you can do with Unity Stamp Company stamps and Scor-Pal products!
Along the blog hop you will find cards and projects that are sure to INSPIRE you!
Oh and we have prizes, too, so BE SURE to leave a comment on ALL of the blogs on today’s Blog Hop!
There will be 2 winners!
1 will get a Scor-Pal and 1 will get 10 Unity Itty Bitty stamps of their choice!
Winners will be picked from ALL of the comments so the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to WIN!
The winners will be announced on Thursday, September 15th on the Unity Stamp Company blog and the Scor-Pal blog!

Hello, it's Virginia Nebel here, thanks for hopping here from  Brooke Lien's blog.

I'd like to share with you a double pocket card using the Scor-pal and the Flirty Flowers Unity Stamp set.  This stamp set is so cheerful to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, thank you cards etc.  You can place your handwritten messages in slide-out cards or attach gift certificates.  The double pocket card also makes for a wonderful journaling element to your scrapbook page.

Here are some quick steps on how to construct the double sided card using the Scor-pal:

1. Start with a 9 x 12 paper.  Score in half vertically and horizonally.

2. Fold the top left corner in leaving about 1 inch space from the centre fold.  Fold the bottom right corner to the centre fold.
3. Cut from the left edge along the horizontal fold line to the centre vertical fold line.  Fold flap over, place adhesive along the edge as shown. Fold bottom portion up and wrap open flap around to the back. 

4. You should end up with two angle pocket sleeves on the front of the card.  Embellish as you wish.

Remember to leave your comments along the way for a chance to win some fun prizes.  Good Luck!
Your next stop is Wendy Chang.