Saturday, March 25, 2017


Howdy Crafters - I wanted to enter the Anything Goes - More than one Score -  Scor-Pal challenge and needed a paper wallet to add to my grandsons Fishing Tackle Box click HERE to view the Fishing Tackle Box I created for his birthday.  
I did a search on the Internet on how to create a wallet using the Scor-Pal but could not locate one. However I found a great tutorial on creating an Origami wallet - therefore,. I created a tester wallet, then I figured out the Scor-Pal measurements to create another wallet in orange color - I included photos of the wallet and directions I used with the Scor-Pal to make my fisherman's wallet- see below - Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed week - Gail
Recipe -
Scor-Pal - my tutorial as listed below with Scor-Pal measurements
Kraft Cardstock
Patterned Paper - Fisherman - ATG and Glue to adhere patterned paper - if just making the wallet and not adding patterned paper - no glue needed
Lawn Fawn Happy Birthday Stamp from Hats off Set
Memento Black Ink

 It would be an honor to share with 

March Scor-Pal CH #35 More than one Score AG

March CHN Patterned Paper

winner for the March challenge and this is the result of using [posted on April 1, 2017 - thank you Hazel]

Number 358: Gail Scott,
who shared this wonderful wallet creation:
QKR Stampede #235- AG or Spring #2

PDE #165 NO Cards #2

For the Origami Video that inspired me to do this wallet- CLICK HERE
Scor-Pal Wallet - 8 1/2 x 11 paper or cardstock and Scor-Pal
With the 11 inch side  of the cardstock at the top of Scor-Pal score 1 1/4 inch- 2 3/4 inches -  5 1/2  inches and 8 1/4 inches

Crease all score marks - then fold the 1 1/4 toward the 2 3/4  and  Fold the 8 1/4 to the 5 1/2 as shown in this photo

Fold the 1 1/4 again  - flip the page over and lay the 8 1/2 side to the top of the Scor-Pal

With the 8 1/2 at the top of the score-pal, score at the 3/4 inch mark - then turn the paper and score the other end at 3/4 inch mark [ so you are making a 3/4 score line on both ends of the cardstock]

Fold the 3/4 inch scores toward the back as shown in the photo and crease the score lines - notice there is a longer flap at the top and a shorter flap at the bottom - see next photo to see how what the triangle flap will look like

Fold a triangle on the longer piece and place inside  as show in this photo

Place your wallet piece like this - shorter tab at top and longer tab at the bottom - you will fold the top down toward the bottom by inserting the shorter tab inside the longer tab on the left first - see next photo
On the left, the shorter tab has been placed inside the triangle longer tab - the right shorter tab needs to be inserted into the right longer tab next - see next photo for finish of the tab inserting

Your wallet should now look like this

You can either place the wallet on the Scor-Pal and score down the middle of the wallet or fold the right over to meet the left and crease the middle fold as show in this photo

This is what the inside of the finished wallet looks like

This photo shows the pocket that is in the back of the wallet


  1. Fun wallet! Thanks for sharing at PDE Linky Party.
    ~Owner/DT Janis

  2. Wonderful creation & step by step instructions.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  3. Lovely wallet and practical. Thank you for sharing at QKR Stampede.

  4. This is fab!! Thanks for sharing with PDE, Jackie DT member.

  5. What a fun project! Love it! Thanks for joining us this month for our challenge at Scor-Pal!

  6. Beautiful inspiration using Scor-Pal!!! Thank you so much for participating in our 'More than one fold' challenge at Scor-Pal!


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