Really Reasonable Ribbon Scor Pal Blog Hop

Really Reasonable Ribbon has a wide variety of ribbons in many styles and assorted sizes. I was lucky enough to get some awesome ribbon to work with for this hop.

Today I am sharing my project htat was featured on the Scor-pal blog as part of this week's Scor-pal and Really Reasonable Ribbon blog week.  Of course, if you missed htis project or any of the other great projects from the Scor-pal team you'll want ot hop on over hter and see what's been going on this week.  Be sure to leave comments on each post from this week for a chance to win some grea prizes.  Entry deadline is 8am Monday, July 16, so there's still time.

My Friendship card was easy to create using my Scor-Pal.

I cut the cardstock 5 1/2" x 11", then scored at 2 3/4" and 8 1/4". 

To create the scored lines on the outer panels, I scored vertically every 1/4".

I cut cardstock and pattern paper 4", 3 1/2", 3", and 2 3/4".  After stamping on the smaller piece, I adhered all layers together and assembled my card.   I then cut through the center to create the card opening.  I restamped the image in black and cut out friend and the butterfly which I then adhered with foam adhesives for dimension.

The belly band was cut 1 1/2" wide by 12" long to allow for overlapping in the back.  The ribbon was wrapped around the belly band and tied in the front.  An additional piece of twine was then added to the knot. 

A sentiment was stamped inside in black ink and is visible when the belly band is removed.

This little purse doubles as a gift card/cash holder.   It's quite easy to make with the use of my Scor-pal.  I cut pattern paper 6" x 6" and then scored at the 3" center.  After folding, I cut 1" off the edges on an angel to create the side panels.  The top flap was created using Spellbinders Labels 10 and was adhered to the purse with Scor-Tape.

Ribbon was added through holes punched in the flap, then tied off inside the purse.  A pocket was added to hold the gift card/cash.

To create this wedding card, I cut cardstock 5 1/2" x 11".  After scoring at the center (5 1/2"), I then scored every 1/2" to create the vertical lines.  Then, I flipped the card around and scored again creating the box pattern you see here.

To keep the focus on the stamped image, I kept the card simple.  I tied some ribbon around the card and die cut a black and white oval.  I stamped the couple on white cadstock and cut them out.  They were added to the oval with foam adhesives for dimension.  The sentiment was stamped and adhered to the ribbon with a paper tagger.

Scoring Tool:  Scor-pal
Adhesive: Scor-Tape
Ribbon:  Really Reasonable Ribbon
Cardstock: Bazzill
Pattern paper: MME
Paper Tagger: Around the Block
Stamps: Hero Arts, Inkadinkadoo

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