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Making a Gatefold Card with the Scor-pal

Measurements:
Lemon Drop card base- 5.5" X 8.5" Scored on the two dots on the Scor- pal and folded
Chocolate Brown layers- 2 @ 5 1/4" X 1 7/8"
Patterned Paper layers- 2 @ 5 1/8" X 1 3/4"
Scraps of White and Chocolate Brown for circles

Supplies:
Scor-pal
Card stock- Lemon Drop, Chocolate Brown, White
Patterned Paper- StampTV Kit
Spring Mix Stamp Set by Gina K. Designs for StampTV
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black
Pencils, Markers or other coloring medium
Nestabilties Circles and Petite Scalloped Circles
Adhesive

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Comment by Crys Jensen on March 31, 2010 at 2:11pm
Love the card - the paper is beautiful. Thanks
Comment by Alexandra Stewart on March 31, 2010 at 12:45pm
This is such a pretty card Gina. The wee bird is cute. Lovely for Spring.
Just thought I'd share a tip to avoid the cutting plates bowing/b>;
I always use the same "B" plate to cut on, but if you alternate the cutting side of your B plate, ie, when it starts to curl, do the next cut on concave side (if you're not sure what I'm talking about, think cut on the top side of a smile, or inside of a bracket) as you cut, the cut lines push the flat surface apart, correct it by cutting on other side, pushing opposite side apart so it evens the plate back to flat. I hope you can follow what I'm trying to say.
I use my Cuttlebug regularly and still have the same cutting plates I've had for nearly 2 years now and they are still perfectly flat, though I can't see through the one I use to cut on any more.
My friend, who gave me this tip, has been using hers for many years more and does the same, and hers too is still flat. She gave me this tip when my bug was new.
hugs
Alexandra
Comment by Carol Wells on March 31, 2010 at 11:09am
I'd like to second the comment someone posted earlier about reversing the layering of B and C plates. I only ever let my B plate see a blade!

On another tangent entirely, I love seeing you use the stamp-a-ma-jig and it really inspires me to haul mine out and put it to use. The thing stopping me, I think, has been the issue of cleaning the imaging sheet afterwards. Gina, how do you clean yours? Is there a quick and simple way?
Comment by Ree Donnelly on March 31, 2010 at 10:56am
I love this card, Gina!!!
Comment by Wendy on March 31, 2010 at 8:39am
A suggestion that I have seen before is to cut on the B plates, with the C on the top, so that the cut score lines are on the B and not the C. This is because it is so much more difficult to find C plate replacements and they are more expensive than the B plates. This is a helpful hint if you do a lot of cutting with nesties. Loved the gatefold card.. thanks for the tutorial.
Comment by Virginia Trownson on March 31, 2010 at 7:58am
One of my favorite cards. You always make such beautiful cards look so easy. Stamptv is one of my favorite websites. I really enjoy that you use so many crafting tools over in so many new ways., Thanks to all those at Stamptv and Gina K.
Comment by Tammy Jennings on March 31, 2010 at 6:35am
I am so glad I discovered StampTV! Not only did I learn about the dots for gatefold cards on the Scorpal but I also learned how to use the Stampamajig that I have had for years and never figured out how to use! Thanks Gina!!!! I am off to the craft room to make my own gatefold card!
Tammy
Comment by Dorothy B. Phipps on March 31, 2010 at 6:27am
What an easy way to do something different and make a eye catching card.
Comment by janetjacobs on March 31, 2010 at 2:30am
love the birdie gatefold card. so cute and make me think about lookng for birds for a sign of sprng.
Comment by Antje on March 31, 2010 at 1:32am
Lovely card, nice image!

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