Monday, October 1, 2018

Fall/Harvest/Halloween at Scor-Pal!

Hi everyone!

I'm totally in shock.  It. Is. October. ???? How did that happen? It seems like I just drug my shorts out, and now I'm wondering where my boots might be packed! Lol...gotta love moving, right?

It's time for a new monthly challenge on the Scor-Pal blog - 'Fall/Harvest/Halloween'. Creations need to include more than one score line, and a 'Fall/Harvest/Halloween' theme.  

Here is my project for this month. As usual, this one goes to the wonderful Sunday School class at church that I love spoiling! One of the ladies had her 86th birthday last week!  Each little box is filled with chocolates.

View from the side

Thanks to all of you who have emailed, called, or sent cards while I've been under the weather. Each day brings improvement. Hopefully I'll be my old cantankerous self by the Christmas holidays!  I have follow-up appointment on October 15th. Curious to see what chest x-rays show.

For this project, I used my Scor-Pal Eighths, & 1/4" Scor-Tape.

Thanks for looking! 

I hope to see your summer creations in our Fall/Harvest/Halloween Scor-Pal challenge!

We also have a ton of inspiration on our Projects on the Scor-Pal website and also on our Pinterest Board to help you get creative!Challenge at Scor-Pal! 

Happy September everyone!

Patti J.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are ADORABLE! I loveeeee them!!!!!!!

Glittered Paws said...

Oh how cute - again the queen of boxes has done a fab job. ove theassortment of Halloween papers you have used.

*Vicki* said...

AWE!! These boxes are ADORABLE Patti and I'm sure they will just love these sweet treats you're giving them my friend!! Those papers are so fun! I love Halloween!! :) HUGS

Cheryl W said...

The Sunday School class will love these! They're SO cute...and thoughtful, too.

fusiafscrapping said...

So effective!!
Lots of love from Isia xx

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Isn't it fun making presents for other people? Your Sunday School kids will be thrilled to receive these absolutely gorgeous boxes. You far outdid yourself, especially at a time when you're not 100% up to your old self. Sending hugs my friend.

Sue said...

Patti, you always make the sweetest little treat containers. Your Sunday School class is going to love these, and do so I.