Wednesday, January 23, 2013

"The Purse Collection" Free Purse How To

 
Olive Clutch (6” length x 3” high x 2” deep at bottom)
"The Purse Collection"
Supplies:
Scor-Pal®
Scor-Mat (Very important)
Scor-Tape™
Gold Embossing Powder (Ranger)
Old Olive Poly-Twill Ribbon (SU!)
Antique Brass Oval Label Holder and Brads (SU!)
Green Rhinestone Brad, Sticky Back Velcro Circle
Boho Blossoms Punch (SU!),
Photo Corners Punch (SU!),
Flexible Curve (Staedtler), Sponge Dauber, Scissors, Ruler, Pencil, Embossing Tool (Marvy)
Stamps: One of a Kind (SU!), Short & Sweet (SU!)
Ink: Versamark (Tsukineko), Old Olive (SU!), Close to Cocoa (SU!)
Card Stock and Paper (all SU!): Bali Breeze DP, Old Olive Textured CS, Certainly Celery CS, Brushed Gold CS (SU!)
 Step 1:
 Start with a piece of 11" x 12" patterned
paper.  Place the 12” side of the paper RIGHT
SIDE UP along the top of the Scor-Pal® and
score at 3" and 9".
.
Step 2: Place the 11" side of the paper along the top of
the Scor-Pal®and score at 3", 5" and 8".
.
Step 3:
Without removing the paper from the previous
step, make a pencil mark at the 1-½" point on the 4" Scor-Pal® groove.  Score along the 4" groove just up to the pencil mark.
Step 4:
Turn the paper 180 degrees.  Make a pencil mark 1-½"
Down on the 7" Scor-Pal® groove. Score along the 7"
Score groove just up to the pencil mark. Also mark the other end as in diagram. Utilize your Scor-Mat to help you with the
measurements.
Step 5:
The 1-½" score marks you just made in steps #3
and #4 were made on the center of the flaps that
will become the sides of the purse (do NOT cut
along this 1-½" score mark). Identify the score
marks that are on either side of the 1-½" score
lines (6"and 8"). Cut down these score marks 3"
just until you reach the first score mark. You will
need to make 4 cuts (two for each side flap).
Step 6:
Keep the side flap down on the Scor-Pal® and bend up the
adjacent flaps. Align the inside corner of the side flap and the
diagonally opposite outside corner along ONE score groove.
Score from the inside corner just until you meet the score
mark you made in a previous step.
Step 7:
Repeat step 6 for the other inside corner.
When you are done the score marks for the
side flap should look like a capital ‘Y’. *Repeat
step 6 and 7 for the other side flap.
Step 8:
To form tabs, cut away the paper as shown. The bold line
indicates where to cut. The dashed line indicates where the
paper has previously been scored.  Cut a sharp angle on the
end of the tabs that are next to the side flaps.
Step 9:
Place Scor-Tape™ along tabs as shown.
Step 10: Use a flexible curve and a pencil to trace a rounded purse flap. Cut along the pencil mark.

Step 11:
Bend patterned paper inwards along score marks.
Step 12: Remove Scor-Tape™ liner and form purse as shown.
Use a sticky-back Velcro circle to keep the flap of the purse
closed.
Olive Clutch Finishing Details
To finish off the olive clutch, I traced the front flap onto a piece of textured old olive card stock and cut it out. I added antique brass brads and a stamped multi-layer flower to the cut out piece and then adhered it to the front flap of the purse. I then added some photo corners which were sponged in close to cocoa ink. I also stamped a message in an oval label holder, threaded some ribbon through it and attached it to the side of the purse to create a purse strap

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