Storage ideas with Scor-Pal

Hi everyone, it's a new month and that means a new  Scor-Pal challenge.  This month we've created some fun storage ideas.  So easy and fun to do when you use your Scor-Pal.       

I created a tall box that could easily hold pens and pencils or an assortment of left over embellishments we all seem to collect.



Step 1:  Cut cardstock 11 1/2" x 11 1/2" (I forgot to do this till step 2!).
Step 2:  Score cardstock at 2 3/4", 7 3/4"

Step 3:  Rotate once and score at 1/2", 3 1/4", 6", 8 3/4"

Step 4:  Cut along the score lines as shown and trim the 1/2" edge from the top and bottom

Step 5:  Cut coordinating panels of cardstock 2 1/2" x 4 3/4" (save scraps)
Cut pattern paper panels 2 1/4" x 4 1/2"
Ink edges with Clearsnap Mustard Dye Ink before assembling
Add Scor-Tape to the cardstock and adhere to the center panels of the box (it's easier to do this while the box is flap)

Step 6:  Find the center of each top panel and cut to form triangles

Step 7:  Add Scor-tape to the 1/2" panel and assemble box

Step 8:  Remember the left over scraps from the cardstock panels?  Adhere one to the bottom of the box to provide some additional support.

Step 9:  Punch holes in the tops of each piece and run ribbon through and tie together.

Step 10:  Add assorted flowers and leaves to the box with glue dots. 

Thanks for stopping by today.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Steph, great tall box and I especially love how you pointed the top, a funproject for kids to keep their special keepsakes in, cheers Robyn