Thursday, December 6, 2012

Scor-Pal Feature: Week Day 2


See below for the winners of our first Hampton Art Team Holiday Gift Blog Hop!  Didn’t you LOVE all of the projects!?



Day 2 of the Scor-Pal Feature Week


Click on the picture above to check out Scor-Pal’s daily project!

Remember to leave a comment on any project to be entered to win one of the awesome prizes!  Check them out on yesterday’s post.

It’s Hampton Art Design Team Member Dana Warren and I’d like to welcome you to another day of Scor-Pal and Hampton Art Feature Week. Both Hampton Art and Scor-Pal designers have made some great projects, so make sure to stop by both blogs all week long. And of course there’s prizes!!

I made a super cute and easy card gift set. First the card. I started with a couple 12 x 12 sheets of Kraft cardstock to make my cardbases.

Next I placed one card in the Scor-Buddy and scored at the triangle and the one next to it.


Then I scored another line at the 3.5 line.


Next I rotated the card and scored two more lines.


I repeated the scoring for each card until I had 4.


Now on to some stamping!! I stamped a swirl and star in Putty ink. Next I stamped the pine tree with Olive Pastel chalk ink. I really like using this ink for tree on Kraft paper. First here’s a pic just after stamping.


And here is about 30 seconds later.


When the ink dries, the tree looks even more like a pine tree!

Last I stamped Merry Christmas across each card.


Now we are going to make an easy envelope to hold the cards. Take a 12 x 12 sheet of cardstock and score it at 6 inches


Next score one edge at .5 inches and fold.


Next move the cardstock down so the folded edge is up against the Scor-Buddy. Then score at 5.25 inches.


Next cut your card stock .5 inches from the 5.25 score line.


Fold the 5.25 score.


Add double sided tape along the two flaps


Next carefully fold the cardstock at the 6 inch score, so you are adhering the flaps together.


And now your cards envelopes should fit into your envelope.


I used an eyelet, button and twine to secure my card envelope. But really you can do it any way you want to.


I went on to stamp and embellish my envelope. I also added a tag so I can give it as a gift this Christmas.





I hope this inspires you to make a gift card set! Make sure you stop by the Scor-Pal blog and Hampton Art blog each day this week for some great inspiration and prizes!


Hampton Art Stamps: Signature Collection: Believe in Christmas SC0273, Holiday Dream Wishes SC0274 (clear stamps). Hot Fudge Studio: Holiday Tag PS0489A, PS08716, PS0715 (wood stamps).

Colorbox Ink: Dye Ink – Putty, Wicked Black. Chalk Ink – Olive Pastel

Cardstock: The Paper Studio – Kraft

Fiber: Twine – May Arts

Embellishments: Eyelet – The Paper Studio. Button – Unknown


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Congrats to the winners from the Hampton Art Design Team Holiday Gift Hop! Email us at to claim your prize!

Prize #1 Winner from Britt's Blog - Jennie

Jennie November 9, 2012 8:29 PM

This is adorable and such a fun way to present a gift card!

Hampton Art holiday blog hop prize 1

Winner number from Vivian's Blog - Lilian Child

Lillian Child on November 9, 2012 at 10:48 am said:

I love just the hint of color on that beautiful flower!

Hampton Art holiday blog hop prize 2

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