Just received a Martha Stewart Score board for my birthday. Love it. Just was wondering if anyone could share some ideas of things made using this tool. I love the pin wheel flowers but can't seem to find any instructions on how to make them??
Edited by ChrisWife on 07-16-12 09:53 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
You can make boxes, envelopes- of course. The rosettes are easy- just cut a strip from a 12x12 piece of cardstock, punch one edge across with a border punch- then score at what looks like appropriate increments on the board (not scientific- to me, just depends on the border punch you've used) then accordion fold, push flat and glue something on top- a circle, embellishment- whatever.
Look up Tim Holtz's rosette demo video on youtube or his site- he shows how to make them using his die to do so (which is a great die) but I make my own kinda following his instructions, but using a border punch and the scoring board.
Did the packaging come with instructions? I know mine came with instructions on how to make several things.
Also, if you go to the Martha Stewart website and look up the product, there are tutorial videos listed.