Saturday, August 1, 2015

"More Than One Score at Scor-Pal" Challenge - Birthday Celebrations

A new month means a new challenge at More Than One Score at Scor-Pal and this time we are looking for your "Birthday Celebrations" themed projects.
We have 3 birthdays in our house in August so that's why I picked it as the theme for this month while I'm hosting.

You make an "Anything But a Card", a card with a fancy fold, anything as long as it has more than a single score and that you let us know where you used your Scor-Pal in the project.

For my project I decided to make a simple gift box. But it's simplicity lends it to great decoration and also teaches you how easy it is to make boxes of differing sizes when only faced with 12" by 12" paper/
My box is 4 1/2" high, 6" wide and 3" deep.



Project Recipe:
Paper - K and Co
Border Punch - Martha Stewart
Brass Sentiment - Recollections
Pearl Brads - The Eyelet Outlet
Ribbon - Really Reasonable Ribbon
Lace - Mon Ami Gabbi
Chalk Ink - Prima Chalk Edger in Brick Wall
Scoring Board - Scor-Pal
Adhesive - Scor-Tape




Start with a piece of cardstock 6" by 12" and score at 4 1/2" and 7 1/2" along the 12" side.



For the sides you need 2 pieces of cardstock measuring 5" by 5". Score at 1" and 4" on one side, make a quarter turn and score at 1/2"



Burnish and snip at the intersections as shown in the photo, this makes making a corners easier and much crisper.



Add Scor-Tape as shown in the photo



Add the sides to the matching lent of the larger piece of cardstock as shown



Create the sides as shown using your Scor-Tool to create the crisp corners by pushing it gently into the formed corners.



Attach the other sides of form the box



Decorate with patterned cardstock, chalk edges before adhering if using chalk ink



Cut strips to create the rosettes. I did 1 at 12" by 1 1/2" and 2 at 12" by 1". Use a border punch is you like to create a decorative edge, punch after initially cutting the strip before folding.



Score at 1/4" intervals all along the 12" strip and accordion fold to create the rosettes. Use a hot glue to create for strength.



Decorate the box as desired









There you go, a simple yet elegant little box to add a very special gift for a very special birthday!
I hope I have inspired you to get scoring, please drop by More Than One Score at Scor-Pal to see all the other wonderful creations from the team and to enter your creation, we'd love to see it!

Happy Scoring!
Katie


Challenges:
4 Crafty Chicks - Anything Goes
Crafty Gals Corner - Anything Goes (2 entries only)
Crafting by Design - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Love to Scrap - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Craft Your Passion - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Crafting from the Heart - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Through the Craftroom Door - Anything Goes (2 entries only)
Anything But a Card - Anything But a Card
Crafty Cardmakers - Anything But a Card (15 combined challenges max)
Not Just Cards - Not Just Cards

13 comments:

Christina Hor said...

WOW! What an incredible gift box and tutorial! I love how it turned out. Handmade gifts are such sweet treasures. Thanks for sharing with us at Craft Your Passion. Have a lovely weekend Katie. - Christina H. (GDT)

Sonja Nelson said...

How pretty! I need to find time to try one!

crafty said...

A wonderful gift box. Love all the embellishments. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More. Mary

crafty said...

And thanks for joining us at Crafting From the Heart this week too. Mary

Tamie said...

Katie all of the paper, the box and the circles are simply very elegant and stunning. The tutorial is great. Thank you for sharing with us at 4 Crafty Chicks Anything Goes Challenge

Tamie DT

Lisa Mensing said...

Beautiful gift box! Love the paper rosettes! Thanks for sharing at Crafty Gals Corner Anything Goes challenge. Be sure to join us again! Lisa DT

craftybunny said...

This is beautiful and what a great tutorial.Love your paper choices and the vintage feel.The rosettes and embellishments are gorgeous.Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see you again next week.
Lisa x

Stacey Schofield said...

Beautiful elegant work. Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Keep Smilin',
Stacey xxx
TTCRD DT
Lasata's Crafty Hideout {My Blog}

Heather said...

This is gorgeous!!! I LOVE those rosettes. I never thought about using a border punch on one; it gives such an elegant look. Thanks for playing with LTSCB.

Lena's Creations said...

What a gorgeous way to give someone a gift. This would be one of those times when you revert to childhood and play with the box :-) Gorgeous project!
Thank you for playing along with us at Crafty Gals Corner. I hope to see you again soon. Good luck!
♥ Lena - DT
Lena’s Creations

Papercraft By Carole said...

What a fab little gift box! Love the papers you have used to decorate it - and those little rosettes are gorgeous!! Thanks for joining us at CCM&M this time. Cxxx

Rebecca said...

Such a beautiful gift box. I love those rosettes and the paper looks like fabric! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More for our "Anything But A Card" challenge.

Bec

Sally Dodger said...

A beautiful gift box Katie. Your papers and colour scheme are really pretty and your rosettes are wonderful embellishments. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers and more. Sally.x.