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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Scor-iffic Ideas on My Craft Channel



Hey all!
Some exciting news!  I was so fortunate to be asked to share my love of all things scoring tool related on My Craft Channel with my awesome friend Lori Allred on her Inspired by Pinterest Show. It is always so fun to do these little spots with her! Love My Craft Channel! If you haven't been by there- go check their site out. Amazing ideas everyday and some shopping bargains as well!

Check out the show here: My Craft Channel Score-iffic Ideas!

I decided to do some birthday related projects using Imaginisce's darling Hello Cupcake birthday line for my supplies. But as I stated in the video these projects can be versatile enough to use any paper line and any theme. I am also teaching 4 of these projects in a class at Heartland Paper. If you are in the area I would love to see you in class!
Check out the blog for more information: Heartland Paper Scor Pal Class with Tya
Here is what we are going to be doing in class:
4 projects

Invitation with envelope and pull out invitation

Darling party hat using the Scor-Pal to add some fun dimension

How fun is this Cupcake Holder?

This is the little treat bag that I demonstrated on air. Just remember that this little bag doesn't have to be used for just birthday treats! It can be used to hold all types of cute little gifts - again love the versatility of the boxes and bags you can make using the Scor-Pal!  Here are the directions and dimensions used on the segment so you can make one of your own!

Happy Day Treat Bag:

- red cardstock cut 3 x 11 inches
- red cardstock cut to 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
-scor tape or other strong adhesive
-hole punch
-ribbon or tuelle
-2 pieces of Imaginisce Party Time paper cut to 2 3/4 x 4 inches
-Imaginisce Oh Happy Day Chipboard Sticker Stackers

Directions:

1- For the outside cover of the box take the 3 x 11 inch paper and place it on your scoring board. Place the 11 inch side on the top of the Scor-Pal.  Make sure left edge is all the way over to the left side to insure proper measurements. Scor at 4 3/4 inches and 6 1/4 inches.

2-For the inside of the box take the 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch paper and place it on the scoring board. Place the 4 1/2 inch side on the top of the Scor-Pal. Score 1 inch all the way around all 4 sides of the paper. 
3-Snip the 4 corners up to the 2 center lines of the box.
4- Add adhesive to the 4 corners and then glue those sections into the inside of the box. Glue the middle box to the middle section of the outside cover.




Add the dot paper to the front and back of the bag. Punch two holes in the top of the bag and add the ribbon and tie in a bow. Add sticker to front. Add treat and enjoy!
Now for the best part! Would you like to win a Scor-Pal tool of your very own? Who wouldn't right after seeing all the awesome projects you can create! I am giving away a full size Scor Pal tool to one very lucky winner. Please leave a comment on my blog here and we will do a drawing to win! Stay tuned to see who it is!

Thanks for stopping by!

53 comments:

judy said...

15you did a great job on MCC! I love to make boxes and how cute was this one- sooo versatile too. I'm anxious now to check out more on your blog-thanks for the chance to win....

cgoggin said...

I am new to your blog and after watching you on My Craft Channel I know I want to see what other fun things you can create. I love how versatile the Scor Pal is and want to learn to do more. Thanks for some great ideas!

sbkzb said...

I'd love to win this ScorPal! I loved your show with Lori Allred on My Craft Channel! Thanks for the chance to win! I didn't realize how much you could do with a ScorPal. Thanks for the ideas.

Julie S. said...

You bet I would! I've thought of buying one of these for so long, but always pass it by thinking I can just score with my 12" cutter. Your comment about the uneven scores though really hit the nail on the head. I've been victim of those uneven scores more times than I care to discuss. Thanks for the chance! Great video and such cute projects BTW.

Frisette said...

I loved your projects on IBP and would love to win the Scor Pal. Thanks for the chance!

Miriam Prantner said...

This looks like a FUN class! Great projects and thanks so much for the chance to win!

cjeffery said...

Thanks for sharing your darling ideas.. I love your blog and all the fun things you do at Heartland :) Thanks

Anita Braddock said...

Wow what an awesome
treat Box love it. I have the Martha Score board but I have wanted Scor-pal because of the additional notches to help. love the projects that was done using the Scor=pale. love love my Craft Channel so many Awesome ideas. Great video. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
abbraddock@msn.com

Griselda said...

Loved the treat holder! Just in time. I needed an idea.

LM Friday said...

I truly enjoyed meeting you on MCC, and I loved the projects as well. I would love to win, thanks for the chance!

Bea Avendaño said...

Can't wait to start doing some cute stuff!! Love the many ideas that can be done with the Scor-Pal. Hope I win.

Nancy Kitson said...

I'd love to get my hands on the scor pal. I have the Martha Stewart one and I'm not a big fan. Love the markings on the Scor Pal. New to your blog. Great job on the video.

smummer said...

Loved the episode on MCC! Thanks for giving me the chance to win!!

christi said...

wow, great job. i love those kinds of projects. then i can use my paper everywhere. would love to win a scorepal. beats a bone folder only.

dolores said...

Loved the show u did, got me inspired to do some crafts. Thank u for the chance to win the Scor Pal.

Sandi said...

thanks for your cute project and great instructions.

Lyndee @ A Recovering Craft Hoarder said...

This tool would save me SO MUCH TIME!!! Thank you for this amazing giveaway.

remus79 said...

Love the treat bag and would love to win a Scor Pal. Thanks for the chance to win!

cstaat said...

I'd love to win, it's getting hard to score with my paper cutter. I can't make even score lines and it's frustrating. I love all the ideas, so cute. I have gota try some.

Susan Wood said...

I would LOVE to win the Scor Pal. I watched you & Lori on MCC & am inspired by your ideas & creativity!

cmoch said...

Loved the show. Intend on making a bunch of those boxes as gifts for my co-workers. Wish you lived in my city so I could attend your classes. I use a t-square for making my cards. You made it look so easy using the Scor-Pal. I'll have to check out their site for more ideas. Thanks for sharing, would love to win a Scor-Pal.

Cherie said...

Great tutorial! Am looking very forward to see what else you have created. I'm lusting after the ScorPal! :)

Lisa said...

This looks like such a great tool to have. Thanks for the inspiration.

Mom said...

Love the treat bag you made and look forward to stalking your blog!

lynda said...

Thanks for the tutorial. It will be very helpful.

grammy deed said...

Love all the score board ideas. Any kind of box is always special for a gift.

Melanie Posell said...

Very cool. It was exciting to see you on my craft channel! I feel like I know someone famous now. :)

Jill Henrie said...

TYA : It was good to see your blog I wondered what tool I need for that class. Is the August 1st class full? I love the Bday Bag Best! Bye Neighbor! JILL

Jnett said...

Awesome spot, you did great. Thanks for the chance to win the ScorPal.

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caj said...

Tya...you rock!! I always love doing your projects and learn so much. See you at your next class.

mountaineer said...

I really liked the favor boxes. I am a consultant for Creative Memories. When at a crop or retreat, I like to give my attendees a special treat. This will be perfect. Thanks for the lesson. Thanks for the opportunity to win a ScorPal.

Shari said...

I have been searching for directions to make these for 3 days now and viola, here they are. Thank you sooooo much for sharing this with us. I loved the video also. You are a great instructor. I can't wait to see what you do next.

Lezlye said...

Great job on My craft channel! What a great tool! I think I visited Heartland paper on one of my many trips to Utah..

Linda said...

Love the projects, thanks so much for sharing. The instructions were great.

Scrapping Nana said...

Love the ScorPal and also the My Craft Channel. Thanks for the ideas and chance to win one!

Sisters Craft Cafe said...

amazing projects! Love ScorPal tool and I've seen lots of great projects made using it. Thanks for the chance to win.

Ruth G said...

Great video and ideas! You did a great job explaining the steps of the project and benefits of the Scor-Pal! I have lusted after the Scor-Pal for a while (have done my research and believe it's the best!) Thanks for the chance to win!

Linda R. said...

Thanks for showing us how to make the cute bag. And thanks for the chance to win!

Kendra said...

Thank you for the box idea my kids will love making them at school. Thank you for a chance to win the scorpal. 1st time at your site it is awesome!!

PhyllisLJohnson said...

Phyllis Johnson said what a neat tool and what neat projects. I would love to win this.I love making birthday items.Thanks for the instructions.

scrappinsue said...

Just love the things that can be done with this tool. I would love to win it. Thank you for the opportunity.

Emily said...

These things are so useful and I still haven't gotten around to buying one for myself. Thanks for the chance to win! Great projects.

Clemente Batan said...

Thanks for sharing your tret bag instructions. It will sure come in handy since school is starting next month.

Tracey said...

Awesome projects! That bag can be used for anything! Can't wait to make some for bringing treats to my grand-babies. Thanks for offerring a Score-pal as a prize. Sure would make this project easier.
Hugs

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

love this project and the photos are so helpful! thanks!

Marylou said...

Thank You Tya for sharing your "scor-iffic" ideas. I am relatively new to scoring projects really but think I could very very easily get hooked! Thank you for the chance to win a Scor Pal!

sharon g said...

I would LOVE to be able to make adorable boxes and cards like you do!!!

Carla said...

Haven't seen the treat bags with the little box in it, pretty cute!

Carla from Utah

Carmen Nuland said...

Thanks for the treat bag tutorial and for your wonderful video on MCC.

PhyllisLJohnson said...

Phyllis Johnson said love the bags. This tool would be so handy to make these. I love watching my craft channel. they have such great tips for scrapbooking.

Linda said...

Those projects are darling!

Caryn S said...

Oh poo! I wish I lived closer to Heartland Paper to take the class. That little cupcake holder is so cute...TY for the treat bag tutorial though, that one I can work with at home!