Oct 042011


Every year I keep saying the catalog is better than ever and this one is no exception.  The projects featured in the make them priceless.   A convention this year Bonnie showed us the new Simply Scored® tool and the amazing wreath she created.  Last week several of you were over my house making it and boy was that a hoot.   Making those loops flatten out took on a whole new shape while I watched everyone.

Finished-Wreath  There were a few that had other scoring tools with them and let me tell you the ones with the Simply Scored from Stampin’ Up! was hands down the favorite, most accurate and the easiest to use.  With the stylus made just for it fit perfectly in the grooves and the place markers made for easy finding of the measurements.





If you missed out on the class and would like to purchase it as a class to go you can still do so. 

Each kit contains all of the paper and embellishments needed to create your wreath along with .pdf instructions with up close photos that will be emailed to you.

Order your Simply Scored Thanksgiving Wreath Kit today!

I will be posting a video on how to make the rosettes so check back again soon.


Happy Stampin’


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  3 Responses to “Simply Scored Thanksgiving Wreath Stampin’ Up! Style”

  1. Cute cute halloween stuff. I love them. Hope I can come to one of them soon. Thanks again Claudia

    • Such an impressive answer! You’ve beaten us all with that!

      • I love it all!!! I just got this die not long ago, and have only done a chinese take out box with it so far. Well, I tried to do a candy dish like your sabket out of paper, and man oh man did I have a hard time with that one. Hope you’ll do an easier tutorial than the one I tried to follow. I am making the party hat tonite for my adopted daughter who’s party is tomorrow. She’s 26 but you bet I’ll make her wear the hat!! lol Fabulous timing!! Love the carrot too. Can’t tell if it would be a triangle box if you stood it up, but that would be great. And I am so making a Blessings cone for Thanksgiving! I’ll have each person contribute then we can read them all before supper.

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