GCTV2 Making Box Frames With The Hunkdory Score Board Blog Preview

GCTV 2 – Making Box Frames with the Adorable Scoreboard from Hunkydory

Welcome to episode 2 of Gentleman Crafter TV!

In this episode, I will be sharing with you a technique for using the Hunkydory Adorable Scoreboard to make box frames of varying sizes and shapes. There is also a spreadsheet download that will help you calculate the right size of cardstock to cut, to begin with, and then where to score your lines.

The episode finishes with an overview of how to decorate two box frames to make a suitcase style gift card, like this …

GCTV2 Making Box Frames With The Hunkdory Score Board Preview

The video is approx 60 minutes long so you may want to grab a cup of tea just now …? Oh, and don’t forget a toilet trip, just in case.

If you have not yet heard of the Adorable Scoreboard and would like to know more, you can find it at Create and Craft TV.

One last thing below the video, on this page, is a download link for the spreadsheet shown in the video and also an image gallery of some of the decorative steps.

Ready? Then please feel free to hit the play button.


As mentioned in the video, there is a free download accompanying this episode. If you would like to make use of it, then please click on the download link below.


Oh, by the way, if you would like to get an Adorable Scoreboard, you can pick one up from Create and Craft TV.

And finally, a quick flick through some of the stages that were used in creating this piece.

Hope you enjoyed this episode. As ever, if you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the space below.

See you again next time!

J :)

12 thoughts on “GCTV 2 – Making Box Frames with the Adorable Scoreboard from Hunkydory

  1. Hi John
    Which program opens the .xlsx file for the box frame calculator spreadsheet. I only have an old Microsoft Excel program which only opens ,xls. I googled it but could only find a .xlsx viewer. Thanks

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing, brill tutorial. I will definitely be giving this a go, I fancy making a photo frame. Be nice for the grandchildren’s pictures.

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  3. Hi John! wonderful, i have only been papercrafting for 10 months and you help me so much with all your videos and generous downloads Thank-you so much

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