Saturday, February 11, 2012

How-to on Yesterdays Projects

Pocket Fold

Cut Designer Series Paper to 6" x6". Fold in half and place fold against the top of the Simply Scored. Score at 2-3/4" and 5-5/8".

Rotate paper so the fold line is against the left side of the Simply Scored and score at 1/2".

Fold on all score lines.

Fold both sides in.

Then fold straight up and crease with bone folder.

Now fold each piece back.

You should have 2 pockets. *Ü*

This one holds the flower from the Fun flowers die-cut.

Candy Box
Cut cardstock to 6" x 6".
Score all for sides at 2".
Score each corner at a diagonal as shown in the photo above.

Use the Scallop Border Punch on all 4 sides.
Fold on all score lines.

Punch a 1/8" hole in each corner, trim corners of any straggling edges.

Fold corners in towards the middle of the box.

Thread the ribbon though from corner to corner on the diagonal, then loop each end back to come though the outside of the other 2 holes and up through the middle. Clear as mud?


  1. Oh boy, oh boy! Love these two tutorials! Going to try them out right away. Thanks for posting Becky!

  2. Beautiful projects Becky! I know your Clubbers LOVE these too! So sweet of you to post the tutorial. You're the BEST!

  3. Oh, my gosh! Thank you so much for sharing these. Notonly are they timely, but they are so well-explained. Thanks again!

  4. OMG...AWD! Thank YOU, Becky! I love these and was wondering how to do them and you gave us this gift! Thank you so very much!

  5. Super cute projects and yes your instructions were easy to follow so thank you. Dawn x

  6. Awwww...light bulb has come on! Thank you for showing these tutorials! Pictures & directions make it very easy to understand :)

  7. Thanks so much for this Becky, have been looking online for a tutorial for it for days, xxx

  8. Love your tutorials that you are sharing. I was taking a peek at your tutorials that you sell. I had a question, do we need a specific die cutting machine or is it basically your paper trimmer and score board that we need? Thanks so much.
    cstephenson at q dot com