September 18, 2011

Simply Scored Fan & Tutorial!

Have you heard? Stampin' Up! now has their own scoring tool! This is how I made the card I am showing you today, by using the new "Simply Scored Scoring Tool". This cute little fan was so easy and I even have the steps for you below:

Supplies Needed:
  • Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Night of Navy, Poppy Parade
  • DSP: Flirtatious, Pocketful of Posies
  • Accessories: Pearl Jewels, Baja Breeze Seam Binding Ribbon
  • Tools: Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Vintage Wallpaper Textured Impressions Folder, Sticky Pages
Step 1: Cut a piece of Pocketful of Posies 12" x 3" and position on your Simply Scored:

Step 2: Using the Stylus, score every 1/2". Flip DSP over and starting at the 1/4" mark, score at every 1/2" again. Fold your DSP, alternating your folds to look like an acordian:

Step 3: Using Sticky Pages and a piece of cardstock, cut at 4 1/2" x 1 1/2". Peel the backing from the Sticky Pages and layer over the cardstock. Peel the 2nd side of your Sticky Pages so you are ready for the next step:

Step 4: Flip your DSP over so that your "good" side is facing down. Pinch the 2 bottom corners so that they almost touch each other. Hold in place:

Step 5: While holding your fan in place, use your other hand to press your Sticky Pages in place on top of the fan. Some of the Sticky Pages will extend beyond the fan:

Step 6: Trim the Sticky Pages to the shape of your fan. The cardstock piece will serve as a place to add your glue to adhere to your card:

This is what your fan should look like. Decorate it to your liking:

I decorated my fan with the Doily from the Flirtatious DSP. The little flowers I hand-made. The tutorial can be found HERE. And the branches are from the Bird Punch. Add a few Pearl Jewels, and a bow and that completes your fan!

Have a great day and I hope to see you again tomorrow!


  1. Gorgeous, Debbie! Thanks for the tutorial!

  2. Beautiful!!! TFS the tutorial.

  3. Thanks for the tutorial! Great project!

  4. This is a stunner - took a bit of breath away when I saw it. Thank you for sharing the tutorial. I will definitely be trying my hand at this one.

  5. Thanks Debbie for the tut on this gorgeous card.


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