Here is a little folded album that uses one piece of paper as its foundation. I made this “one sheet wonder” in response to a National Scrapbook Day challenge from a friend.
This is the pin that inspired me to try it out and a big assist from Nadia at withglitteringeyes.blogspot.com who translated the metric measurements from the original site into standard measurements that are applicable to U.S. scoreboards.
Want to try one?
Here is how to do it.
Start with a 12” piece of cardstock and put it on your score board. If you click on the steps below, you can see a graphic that explains the directions.
Score at 2 3/8” and 7 1/4”.
Now, rotate your cardstock clockwise so that the score lines are horizontal. The 2 3/8” score line should be towards the top of scoreboard.
Score again at…
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