I became interested in this tool when I saw items created by my friend, Bonnie, on her blog www.craftiblog.wordpress.com
I encourage you to check Bonnie's blog for some fantastic 'eye candy'.
You can view instructions to make these shutter cards on either the scor-pal website or on Bonnie's blog. The instructions on the scor-pal website involve using a 5 1/2 x 12" piece of cardstock. If you check out Bonnie's blog she provides pictures and instructions on how to create 2 other versions of this shutter card.
One of the versions Bonnie shows is called the 'full front' version and uses cardstock that is 5 1/2 x 11". You can see that version to the left and below.
Bonnie's blog also shows another version that uses cardstock that is 5 1/2 x 11" and creates a 'half front' shutter card like the one shown below.
The Scor-Pal was so easy to use to create these cards. The hard part for me was deciding how to embellish the cards once I had attached the decorative cardstock.
I think these cards turned out great and I'd like to thank Bonnie for turning me on to the new tool and the card design.