Category Archives: scor-pal

Joy Fold Cards

Today I’m sharing a mini tutorial on making Joy Fold cards! This is also my first time to post a more masculine themed card! For some reason they are harder for me to create since most of my “go-to” embellishments … Continue reading

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Pocket Card

Today I’m sharing a lovely little pocket card I created using some of the awesome products found in the CropStop store! DIRECTIONS: Step One: Cut a piece of kraft cardstock into a 4.25 x 9.75 inch strip.  Step Two: Score at … Continue reading

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Scor-pal – Review

Scor-Pal Product Review – By Gloria Stengel Before we can discuss what I think about this tool, we must first ask, “What is a Scor-Pal tool?” The Scor-Pal is a 12”x12” molded and textured scoring surface containing ruler markings along … Continue reading

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