Wednesday, September 30, 2015

PocketPenPals from Scor-Pal

Today on Splitcoaststampers the Product Focus team is reviewing dies from Scor-Pal!  Yes, you read that correctly, the name you trust for all your paper-scoring needs now has dies! 

I created several projects with these dies so hop on by and check out my review along with all of the design team's samples, reviews and a terrific video!

Today I am going to share with you this super fun project that I created with the Scor-Dies Basics A, B and C sets using Janette Lane's Pocket Letter  concept.

Take a 9 pocket trading card folder, die cut the cute cards from Scor-Dies and fill 
 the pockets with fun goodies for your friends!  It's the ultimate concept for RAKs!

Scallop Envelope - Basics A
Filled with a little pouch of sequins


Basics A and B

 Finish off the pocket letter by folding in thirds, tie with ribbon and place in an envie!

Now hop on over to the Product Focus Review for a great video tutorial, reviews, samples and much more to see what you can do with Pocket PenPals dies from Scor-Pal!! 

Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

  1. Cute way to give small embellishments etc. Love your mix of colours

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  2. I love these "embellies" and this will make a great gift for someone. Want my address?

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  3. I first learned of a pocket letter when I got one from a friend. I thought it was cool; didn't know it was a thing. Then another lady tried to explain it at a stamp club and just no one understood it at all. This is a great explanation of it, with visuals. I love those dies that are being made to go with pocket letters. I've seen the 'pretties n things' die used on a card and thought it brilliant. Very nifty!!!

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  4. This is awesome, Angie! I love seeing Pocket Letters! I haven't made any yet but I've been thinking about it! Great dies! TFS!

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  5. what an adorable gift. i like how you added that doily on the outside and how fun to get all those little goodies.

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  6. What a lovely concept, and beautifully assembled.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. Oh my, this is beautiful!! How fun!

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  8. These are so adorable, Angie. And what a really great idea to send small gifts to friends. I love them and am so glad you got to review them! Hugs!

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  9. I totally love all the sweet details on these Angie

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  10. How do the dies cut out the paper? Thanks

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    1. Dinah, the dies do a great job cutting out paper. For some of the more intricate dies I would run through my Sizzix Big Kick then turn the paper/die 45 degrees and cut again. I would do this several times for heavy weight paper but I love working with the dies for pocket letters. They add a very pretty touch!!

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