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Today I wanted to share you a card along with a tutorial that will show off just one of the MANY things you can make with Simply Scored — Paper Rosettes!
First, here's the card:
It was inspired from this SWAP that I received at Founder's Circle:
And if you want yet ANOTHER idea with this template, stay on the lookout for October's Stamp Set of the Month! It's one of the bonus designs!
So now for how to make it!! You're going to use your brand spankin' new Simply Scored to score at every 1/4" of an inch. I used the SMALL tip of the stylus since the lines are fairly close together.
The strips of paper you work with can really be any size. I'm demo-ing on a 1 3/4" x 12" piece, the Christmas Card shown above was a 1 1/2" x 12" piece and the Halloween Card shown above was a 1" x 12" piece.
When you're done scoring, you'll use the score lines to create an accordian fold:
And allllllll the way down until you have this:
When you let go, you'll have this:
You'll put sticky strip on one end:
And stick the ends together, it will almost look like a bracelet (or a lampshade!)
All you have to do is push it flat, and it will pop into place like this:
To attach it to your card, I've found that hot glue works best. Here's a side view of the Christmas Card so you can see how it looks attached:
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