Sunday, December 1, 2019

Holiday Decorating with Scor-Pal

Hello there, everyone!

It's time for a new monthly challenge at Scor-Pal, and the theme is Any December Holiday, and of course, more than one fold.

I created a fun fold home decor item this month.

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

Here's what I made:

This was created using strips of cardstock, scored at 1/2". The ends overlap to create a circular piece, which makes the rosettes. As you can see in the next photo, there are some punched circles to act as spacers between each layer. Layer dimension included at bottom of post.


Note: I scored my sheets of 12 x 12 before cutting into strips!

3 strips of 12" x 4"
3 strips of 12" x 3.75"
3 strips of 12" x 3.5"
3 strips of 12" x 3.25"
3 strips of 12" x 3"
2 strips of 12" x 2.75"
2 strips of 12" x 2.5"
2 strips of 12" x 2.25"
2 strips of 12" x 2"
2 strips of 12" x 1.75"
2 strips of 12" x 1.5"
1 strip of 22" x 1.25" (Join a 12" and 10" strip together)
1 strip of 18" x 1" (Join a 12" and 6" strip together)
1 strip of 12" x 3/4"

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

We hope to see your creations for Harvest or Fall in our 'More Than One Fold', Scor-Pal challenge!

Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Scoring!
Patti J.


Lori m said...

Stunning, this is just gorgeous!

LOL, I just opened the pattern in my Scor-Pal book yesterday as another project I'm wanting to make. Its a definite now after looking at yours, hugs, Lori m.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow wow!!! This is AMAZING!!!!! I love it!!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW now that is a lot of hard work and it looks absolutely delightful
Dr Sonia

*Vicki* said...

Wow! What an incredible center piece this is Patti!! I love the design and I appreciate the measurements on this too! So beautifully done with your festive papers and details to finish it off! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration my friend! HUGS

Glittered Paws said...

So pretty - especially IRL - makes a beautiful holiday decoration. I think maybe I would like to try a smaller version like may 4-5 layers. What an awesome piece to add to your holiday decoration collection.

Anne Buckingham said...

What a great centerpiece for a table. It is beautiful.

Donna Ellis said...

Wow, Patti! It looks amazing! Thanks for sharing such a charming home decor project! hugs, de

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Wowza. Patti this is GORGEOUS. What alot of work!! You selection of colours and DP really makes this project pop.

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is a beautiful tree you have made. Very festive!

NanaConnie said...

Oh, I have to try one or two of these, Patti! I've been making pine cones with the same kind of scored, accordion folds but the trees are even more beautiful. Thanks for the sizes and instruction/links.

fusiafscrapping said...

Adorable decoration!!! Wow! That tree is one of my must have. Your project is very fun and festive!!
Lots of love from Isia xx

Judy Inukai said...

What a fabulous project. Great as a centerpiece or gift.

Donna said...

Wow, this is amazing!

Cheryl W said...

Wow! I bet that tree took some time to make, but it sure was worth it. It looks gorgeous and will be a fun decoration for that corner of your home that just needs a little something extra.