Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Market Street Stamps and Scor-Pal!!

Hello and welcome! Today's post is featuring some great projects using both Market Street Stamps and Scor-Pal. Make sure to check out both of their blogs for some fabulous projects and chances to win all week long !!


The following card was made using the Score-Pal to make creases in 1/2" in increments in diagonal on the backside of the patterned paper and then I sanded the front. The stamp set I used is Make a Memory. The lens of the camera was cut out of a different patterned paper and then popped up to give some dimension.

The next project is a book mark holder. I don't know about you, but I tend to read several books at the same time. So, I thought this would be a great way to hold several bookmarks all in one place!

I started out with two different Authentique Foundations Paper {12x24 inches, folded to make a 12x12}, and cut each into three 4" strips. I then cut the 4" x 12" {really 24" but they are folded in half} down to 4" x 6" {12" with the fold}. I then made a 1" crease on the top flap of each piece using the Scor-Pal and also rounded the edges of each outside corner {not on the folds}.

On two of the pieces I stamped the Candy Stripe background stamp, and then on all of them folded the flaps and glued them down. Then using the Believing Butterfly set, I stamped the butterfly and quote on the front cover and continued stamping the butterfly on some of the other pages. The pockets were made by gluing down just the edges of the two longer sides.

The bookmarks are cut at 2 1/4" x 6" and alternate with either the butterfly or quote stamped on them.

I hope you enjoyed the projects I shared today, and don't forget to check out all of the other inspiring projects!!


  1. Love these, especially that mini album. Love how CAS it is and great papers!

  2. Fabulous job, never thought about sanding patterned paper, love the effect. Thanks

  3. Neat texture idea on the card; new to me. Multiple bookmarks is a great gift idea for a reader.

  4. I love both your projects they are just so lovely