Thursday, May 1, 2014

"More Than One Score" Scor-Pal Challenge #4 - Include a Stamped Image

Happy May Everyone!
Today marks the start of a new challenge at More Than One Score at Scor-Pal and this time we want you to include a stamped image on your project.
You can make an "Anything But a Card" project, a "Fancy Fold" card, or any Papercrafting project as long as it is has more than one score and follows our Stamped Image theme.
I decided to make a gift bag, a perfect little project for holding a gift for Mother's Day!

All My Crafts - Anything But a Card
Crafty Creations - Anything But A Card
Craft Dee Bowz - Handmade Bow
Die Cuttin Divas - Girly (and die cut)
Oldie but a Goodie - Hats (old item is paper)
Partytime Tuesday - Fussy Cutting
The Paper Shelter - Ribbon
Rhedd and Rosies - Tag It
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes (5 entries only)
Through the Craftroom Door - Anything Goes (2 entries only)
Crafting From the Heart - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
613 Avenue Create - Anything Goes
Sister Act - Anything Goes
Going Grey - Anything Goes (2 entries only)
Creative Moments - Anything Goes (3 entries only)

Project Recipe:
Image Tilda in Bath Cap and Millie's Bobbin
Medium - Copic Markers
Paper - My Little Shoe Box
Scoring Tool - Scor-Pal
Adhesive - Scor-Tape
Sentiment - Studio G
Ribbon - Hobby Lobby
Border Punch - Martha Stewart
Doily Die - My Favorite Things

Start with a piece of cardstock 8" by 12".
On the 8" side score at 1", 2", 7" and 8".
On the 12" side score at 5" and 7".

Burnish on all scored lines and trim and cut away the parts shown in the photo.

Use Scor-Tape to attach the sides of the box/bag.

Before creating the box add decorative paper to the front and back sides of the box. The scored sides of the bag allow it to fold inwards and be held closed with a belly band.

Use the Scor-Tool to create crisp corners inside the box/bag.

You can see how the sides fold in on the box.

To create the belly band you need a piece of cardstock 10" by 1". Score at 2", 2 1/2", 6 3/4" and 7 1/4" along the 10" side. Form the band and adhere with Scor-Tape

Decorate the band as you choose.

I punched two hole in the band and tied a bow with crinkled ribbon and added a tag.

Here is the completed project.

I hope you have enjoyed this little tutorial and we really hope to see your entry at More Than One Score at Scor-Pal this month and Good Luck!



Anonymous said...

So sweet, love the image and papers. I would love to get a bag like, wouldnt need anything inside it either!

Thanks for joining us at Rhedd & Rosie Challenge Blog.

Moira DT. xx

shampylou30 said...

A fabulous bag. Love the band around it. Thanks for joining us at creative moments challenge xxxx

Sarah said...

What a fabulous gift pouch, never mind the cutie with her bath cap on!! Thanks so much for joining in with us at OBAG and Good Luck!! Sarah

May said...

Stunning gift bag, Love the papers & adorable image... Beautiful design... Thank you so much for joining us at Craft my Life Challenge... Hugs May x x

Vannessa said...

Fantastic gift bag and a great tutorial - thanks for sharing it with us! Thank you for joining in the Paper Shelter Challenge this week.

Hugs, Vannessa

Barbara Bruder said...

Your bag is great!! Tilda is so cute ion the front. Great job on her coloring. Thanks for joining us at the Craft-Dee BowZ challenge this month. Join us again soon. Hugs, Barbara

Sammy said...

Love it! and a great step-by-step too! Thank you for playing along at Rhedd and Rosie’s. Sammy-x

Pat N. said...

Wow, great bag! Love the belly band idea. Thanks for sharing at DCD's Girly Challenge this week.

talkis23 said...

Wow love this

Unknown said...

Great project. Thanks for playing at crafting from th heart. We hope too see you next time. Good luck.

Cards By MI said...

A very Lovely looking Creation. Really sweet and Lovely. Thanks for joining us over at the Paper Shelter this week.
Love n hugs

Mandy Chilvers said...

brilliant make. thanks for playing along at Rhedd n Rosie

Melissa Bove said...

Adorable gift bag! Love that sweet Tilda! Fabulous tutorial too! :)

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!