Thursday, July 26, 2012

Day 4: Scor-Pal Inspiration Continues (last day)

We have loved all the combined inspiration the designers here at Doodlebug and Scor-Pal have been sharing this week.

Giveaway Continues.... Sadly today is the last day for you to enter to win. All you need to do is leave a comment about which project we shared her on our blog was your favorite this past week. And we have a bonus Scor-Pal giveaway to share too thanks to My Craft Channel (read on...).

Score-iffic Paper Craft Ideas
Inspired by Pinterest by Lori Allred
Today over at My Craft Channel our own Lori Allred filmed an episode about Score Board ideas and hosted a talented blogger, Tya Smith as they share some fun score paper craft projects. Tya will be hosting a Scor-Pal Giveaway today on her blog, so be sure to check it out!


Month to Month Mini Book
by Stephanie Buice

Be sure to check out Stephanie's blog to find out how she used her Scor-Pal to create this darling mini album.

Supply List: Scor-pal, Doodlebug/Hampton Arts Stamps(Borders),Patterned Paper (Sweet Cakes, Petite Prints, Colorwheel Collection), Doodlebug Inks (Ladybug, Cotton Cand, Cupcake, Lilac, Bubble Blue, Swimming Pool, Limeade, Tangerine), Cardstock Sticker (Candy Shoppe), 6x6 Paper Pad (Hello Spring, Sweet Cakes), Doodle Twine ( Swimming Pool), Fancy Frills Cardstock Stickers (Ladybug, birthday celebration), Doodlepops Cardstock Stickers (Monkey), Icons (Sweet Cakes), Cute Cuts (Snips and Snails) Mini Jewels (lily white).


Happy Bird-day Card
by Sherry Cartwright



Baby Boy Card
by Kathy Martin



Supply List: Snips & Snails collection: Cute Cuts, Icons Stickers; Doodle Twine: Bon Bon, Bumble Bee; Create-A-Card: Slim Filagree Assortment

57 comments:

  1. My favorite project using the score board was the house card on the first day. I would have never thought of making a card like that.

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  2. I totally love this Mini Book on the blog today!

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  3. I love the boxes that you can make! ScorPal makes it so easy! Never even thought of using as embosser! Love it! Would love to win a ScorPal! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. adorable projects, love the cute happy birday card!

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  5. These are great. I love that background on the baby boy card. I've never thought of using the Scor-Pal to emboss.

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  6. Oh wow! How to choose, there have been so many fun and ADORABLE projects this week! I think my favorite is today's Happy Bird Day Card. I love the scoring on the white cardstock - resembling sound waves, and the grass is so cute and perfect. Just such a sweet card!

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  7. WOW!!! Such amazing projects!! I love that mini book!!

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  8. Super Darn Cute Mini Book love the colors and the layering. love the Cards its so Super cute. the Dimension is awesome the pleating is super cool. thanks for sharing your Amazing projects. my Favorite project is the Flip Flop Card its super cool the colors and the papers used was perfect. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win,
    abbraddock@msn.com

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  9. The card on the first day was really good, but my favorite is the baby mini on today's blog post. I am taking monthly photos of my grandbaby and this would be a fantastic way to scrap them!!

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  10. I would have to say my favorite project is from today, Stephanie's mini book. I love little books to have as keepsakes and I've got the box to prove it. : ) Super cute.

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  11. I think yesterday's was my favorite day, but the projects today are DARLING too! LOVE that baby boy card and Stephanie's mini book and the birdie card! Great job DT! :)

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  12. I like the flip flop you're invited card from day 3. Great bits of inspiration!

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  13. All projects were inspiring, but having had 3 daughters, I have to choose the Flip Flop invitation. So darn cute! Thanks for a great hop!

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  15. This has been a great week of projects... my fav have been the Dude card by Tiffany and the today's baby boy card by Kathy.

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  16. My favorite project would have to be the bag in the box from Tuesday! It has SO many possibilities for my daughter! I just love it! Mind you - all off the projects this week have been inspiring me! I love the papers and the use the of score-pal - lots of things I wouldn't have even thought of doing! Thank you so much for a great week! Can't wait until you do it again! :-0 x

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  17. All of the projects were good and it's really difficult to pick a favorite so I'll narrow it down to three - hee hee. I really like the Dude card, the card with the 3D stars on it, and the Happy Bird-day card (from today's post) the best. Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful projects this week.

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  18. The baby boy card is amazing, super cute my favorite of the three proyects (from today's post).

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  19. These projects are all so cute! I especially adore the month to month booklet, I wish I had done something like that when my kids were babies, they develop so fast early on and you really need to keep track of what they do every single month!

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  20. Hard to chose. I enjoyed the video very much. I'm also enjoying the mini album. Everything is adorable. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. Very inspirational ideas today - love them all

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  22. Cute projects. I like the birthday card with the scored grass on it.

    Carla from Utah

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  23. I think probably the Dude card or the You're invited card with flip-flops. Everything was awesome!

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  24. Really hard to pick just one favorite ... I really liked the idea of,the box in the bag and think it will be great to make the wrappings for gifts.

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  25. All 3 are so cute! It's good to know the Scor-Buddy can be used for more than just making folds.

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  26. I love the happy bird day card great dimension :) will def try this.

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  27. I love that adorable baby card with the giraffe!!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. I love the Happy Birdday card that is featured today! I think it's adorable!
    DeniseB

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  29. OMG! Such gorgeous projects! Love the birthday card!

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  30. I love the Baby Boy card! It gives me the inspiration I need to create a Welcome baby card for my bestie's baby girl's arrival. **Happy dance**
    The mini album looked like tons of fun.

    Thanks for sharing such wonderful ideas!

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  31. I just adore the baby boy card. Love the scored white cardstock! Everything was wonderful though!

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  32. So much fun this week. I loved the Happy Birthday Gatefold Card with all the subtle scoring background on the folds of the card and the wonderful papers. And the flip-flops were a close 2nd.

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  33. The mini baby book is absolutely wonderful! What a great way to watch your baby grow.

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  34. The mini baby book is absolutely wonderful! What a great way to watch your baby grow.

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  35. Everything is so Cute!
    Love the MiniBook

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  36. Amazing projects. I love the mini!

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  37. The bird card is so adorable with that cute grass!

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  38. I like the how the scoring adds texture to the cards.

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  39. And the Star card is my favorite!

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  40. My favorite project was the flip flops card, I can't get enough of those pretty flops.

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  41. Maybe it's because I need to make a baby boy card for a friend, but I'm ga-ga over Kathy's Baby Boy card! I'm a softie for giraffe's, too! Thanks for the chance!!!

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  42. Great projects today, but my favorite was definitely the flip flops....so very cute!

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  43. It's so hard to pick one, but Sherry's Happy BirdDay I thought was so, so cute. The shifted scores for the sun rays, scoring small strips for texture (grass & flowers), and that oh so adorable Doodlebug bird on the card. I loved it!

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  44. I love clever uses for things such as the grass on the Happy Birdday card! I also like the gate fold birthday card very much, and the flip flops! Thank you for those! They're all marvelous!

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  45. love all the projects... but my fav is the baby card!

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  46. The mini album is too cute for words!! Love it!

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  47. I love the Month to Month Mini Book, but don't the tabs build up the pages (in that one spot) too high ... in other words, make it too thick? Otherwise, it is very cute and clever.

    The Happy Bird Day card really made use of the Score-Pal perfectly to mimic the sunrays. Nice job!

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  48. I loved watching Tya and Lori on MCC today, the treat bag was so cute. I would love to win a Scor-Pal!

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  49. Love the baby boy card! It's adorable!

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  50. Love the baby boy card! It's adorable!

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  51. So many great projects. I love that baby card from today's post. The shaped edge and that adorable giraffe! I think that's my favorite.

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  52. All wonderful projects but the flip flop invitation really wow'd me!

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  53. I also love the baby card from today- but Sherri's is wonderful too!

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  54. Love the month to month mini book.

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  55. My favorite project was the rosette flip flops card - hands down. It was so cute!! I loved all the ideas but that one was so summery, bright, and colorful that I was drawn to it. Thanks doodlebug for adding color and bright beautiful products to my life!! And scor-pal thanks for showing me an easier way to create many kinds of folds using you product!!

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  56. Phyllis Johnson said I think the Score Pal is the neatest tool to come around for card makers. I would love to win this and add it to my crafting supplies.

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