Monday, August 31, 2020

Scor-Pal's September More Than One Score Challenge - Back to School or Anything Goes


Hello Crafty Friends! I'm back with the Scor-Pal team for another More Than One Score challenge.  The theme for this month is Back to School or Anything Goes. You can take your pick! I love the anything goes option, but I always seem to go with the theme!  I made a mailable desktop calendar this month because my daughter is starting high school remotely this month.  I feel like I have to really keep on the little things with her in this day and age.  She picked out the color scheme and the stamped flower image.  So you see, this kind of project can be completely personalized.

Here you see how it stands with a few quick scores and folds.  A little bit of Scor-tape secures it and the calendar is ready to embellish.

Here's a view of the front of the desktop calendar made to my daughter's specifications.  The calendar squares were mounted with a bit of Scor-Tape on top of the following month so that she can just remove it at the end of the month.

In this photo, you can see how the calendar fits into a regular A2 sized envelope, just right for mailing! Don't forget to stop by the Scor-Pal blog for links to the other creations for this month. I hope that you will play along with this month's theme or just make something scored and amazing for us to love!  If you need some ideas or want to find some inspiration, you can check out the Projects on the Scor-Pal website or our Pinterest board.  

Thanks for stopping by!

Details - Stamps: Calendar Frame (Park Lane), Unfrogettable (SU); Paper: Recollections White, Gable Green, Green Galore; Ink: Tuxedo Black; Accessories: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, Lacey Trim Duo (Verve), Fresh Cut Grass (MFT), Spellbinders Square Nestabilities, Copic Markers, white gel pen, yellow Stickles, MM wire, Sissix Embosslits Beautiful Wings.

1 comment:

crafty nanna said...

Would it be possible to get the measurements and the scorelines? Also, do you have a printable version of the calendar? Thank you.