MFT Meets Scor-Pal

Hi everyone! Today My Favorite Things is joining forces with Scor-Pal in one big hop-around-the-block event.  You can find a master list of all participants from both companies HERE on the MFT blog.

A while back I had seen a box on one of the Scor-Pal designers’ blogs which was used to package K-cups.  That of course drew me in right away.  But instead of K-cups, I used my box for hot chocolate mixes and marshmallows to go along with MFT’s Hot Cocoa Cutie à la modes.

I used my Scor-Pal (one of my “must-have” faves) and THESE instructions.  You’ll need to scroll down just a bit to get to the box directions.  (I found so many fun templates/projects while browsing.  I wanted to do something more “involved,” but with all of the recent “rotating” illnesses here, I had to choose something fairly quick and easy.)

After creating my box, I covered the front and sides with patterns from October Afternoon’s Farmhouse collection.  I pieced the mug and girl’s tights, and used MFT’s Scallop Ribbon Die-namics (cut in half) to form the scalloped border around the window.

1/8″ Scor-Tape was used to adhere the acetate to the inside lid window.

Before adhering the sentiment strip, I “warped” the center and end to create a wavy “banner-ish” strip.

I created another “pieced” girl for  my card, using one of MFT’s Mini Tabs for the sentiment and additional (halved) strips of Scallop Ribbon along the top and bottom of the striped panel.

Inside, I used another sentiment from the Cocoa Cutie set and added some swirls in the lower right corner from Sassy & Sweet.

Be sure to visit the MFT blog for the complete list of participants from both companies.  I can’t wait to see all the projects!  :)

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Hot Cocoa Cutie” (à la modes), “Sassy & Sweet”  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Desert Sand; VersaMagic Wheat   Paper: Bazzill Bitter Chocolate, Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, X-Press It Blending Card, October Afternoon Farmhouse (8×8)   Accessories:  Copic markers (E00, E11, Y21, YR23, E35, W3, W5, E13, E15, E18, E33, E50, W00, BG70), MFT Scallop Ribbon and Mini Tab Die-namics, Tim Holtz stapler, Scor-Pal, 1/8″ Scor Tape, acetate.  Finished card size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, box size 5 3/4″ x 5 3/4″ x 1 3/4″.

66 Responses to MFT Meets Scor-Pal

  1. Oh my! This is just the cutest thing I’ve seen on the hop yet!!!!!! I love it!

  2. whow you girls are rockin it outta the park today…amazing cards and projects!!!!

  3. This is such a cute gift set! Great coloring!

  4. OH MY!!! How cute is this?? I love how you coordinated your image and the treat – and this blog hop is making me hungry!!! LOL! So cute!

  5. LOVE the shape of that box, Michele! And I love the card and how you decorated the box! Fabulous project!

  6. love it – awesome job

  7. Love the card and box. The colors are so pretty on this project.

  8. This is fabulous!! I love it :)

  9. What a cute way to package hot chocolate! These are adorable!

  10. Fabulous set, Michele! I love it! Great idea to put the hot chocolate inside.

  11. Great set! I love the paper piecing!!

  12. Fabulous work, M. I may have to make one of those boxes.

  13. Mmmmmm….this makes me want to get some hot chocolate and snuggle up with a good book! Very cute!!!

  14. How absolutely FABULOUS!!! LOVE this idea and of course, your execution is just perfection!

  15. Wow! Totally fell in love with your project. Love the paper piecing too!

  16. Oh, what fun creations. TFS.

  17. What a delicious little hot chocolate gift set!!!

  18. Lovely gift set!

  19. This set is just adorable. I love your choice of colors and that stamp is sooooo cute (and soooo me!) Thanks so much!

  20. Wow, this is so beautiful! Great project!

  21. What a great idea, you could even make it for chicken soup packet and turn it into a get well card. Ok so you can hear the wheels a turning………

  22. I love all the boxes you all are creating…..this is a darling set…..a great gift idea …thank you for sharing……ksh

  23. oh what fun Michele, love your box and card :)

  24. Cute!! I could use some of that hot chocolate right now.

  25. I just love the yellow and gray colors together!

  26. Love your card and cocoa box. What a great gift idea. This image is just perfect and so i s your coloring. Love her red hair. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

  27. This turned out wonderfully! What a darling little gal holding that huge cup of cocoa!

  28. What a great project – GREAT Job! Two great products coming together.

  29. such a nice coordinating project. thank you for sharing.

  30. Fabulous gift set idea! Love the color scheme. tfs joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

  31. What a fabulous way to use this stamp set! I just love the cocoa box and card. Thanks for the inspiration. :D

  32. What a cute gift idea!

  33. Fabulous idea! Love all the paper piecing–esp that cut polka dot mug!

  34. What a cute card and an adorable idea! Great Job!

  35. so fantastic! love the papers, her pieced up tights (LOVE THOSE!) and the sweet, sweet box you created! love it!

  36. This is so cute! I LOVE her little striped pants!!!!

  37. Oh My Goodness! I LOVE this! I say that on most everyone’s project but I really do love it! :) Everything from the colors you chose to the box! Super adorable. I REALLY like the polka dot paper you used on the mug! So cute!

    XoXo,

    Katie

  38. What a gorgeous box, the dp is awesome, the cutie is perfect, love the paper piecing n her

  39. Love your projects!

  40. this is gorgeous! love, love that dp!

  41. Ms. Boyer, can I please be you and your creative brain for just one day!!! Oh what I would create!! I love the cup, the yellow polka dot paper is awesome!! And the box of candy, LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

  42. Very cute … Tfs love it …. Kat

  43. ok firstly. i am so happy there is a scorpal/MFT blog hop! i just love both products and secondly I NEED inspiration to see how to use the scorpal to its fullest and the MFT dies along side it! thanks for sharing!!!

  44. What a lovely set … simply marvelous!

  45. OMGoodness what a Darling Gift Set! Love your Wonderful coloring and Fab paper piecing too! Just Fabulous! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

  46. This project is simply fantastic yet!

  47. Awww, love this! What a great gift set! Perfect image for the gift inside=) Love the soft colors too…beautifully done=)

  48. So gorgeous Karen!! LOVE LOVE the papers and how warm and cozy this entire creation is!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

  49. Love your card and box!!! Love the stamp you chose to use!!

  50. So cute! It makes me feel all warm a cozy just seeing it.

    Flexie:0)

  51. Great choice of paper for this project. Chocolate with chocolate!

  52. Wow!!! BEautiful!!!!!! What GORGEOUS projects. Love that cocoa stamp and what a wonderful boxed present!!!!

  53. Wonderful–I like your pieced girl.

  54. Great way to give a little gift!

  55. Super cute, love the colors and paper you used.

  56. Wow How Awesome is this very Sweet Gift set. Love the colors and the papers. the Image of the Girl is supper cute. love the box with the goodies inside. thanks for sharing.
    abbraddock@msn.com

  57. Gorgeous card & box!! Super cute!!

  58. Wow I LOVE this! Love the whole idea, totally cool!

  59. Great projects. Love this idea. TFS

  60. Warms my heart to see your project!

  61. Yum! Love hot cocoa…and this is a super fabulous project for it! Would be cute as little goodie bag for a winter birthday. Hmmm…. Thanks for the awesome idea and inspiration!

  62. Oh my goodness – you guys are all so talented! This is a fabulous project!

  63. I remember seeing the k-cup box too. Your project is so cute and I love this stamp, well all the a la modes. Thanks.

  64. Love your projects.

  65. What a great idea! I might use this next year for our Secret Santa

  66. Adorable ensemble Michele! Love this paper/color you used! I love how you decorated the box! Fabulous!

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