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February 21, 2008

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laura

stunning you so make me want a score pal.

janine

This is BEAUTIFUL !! I am going to make one for my Mom's birthday this weekend.
Thanks for doing this ...

Elizabeth S.

Awesome!! I will have to try this box.

Cheryl Penner

This is so cool! Great project and great tutorial!

NancyK

What a stunning box! Your tutorial is great and I will keep it in my projects file. This is so beautiful and I can think of so many ways to use this. TFS

Tammy

great tutorial! I just made this box tonight and it turned out perfect! I love my scor-pal and can't wait for more fun projects like this one.

Jany

I'm so happy TAC is selling the scor pal! I think that after seeing this I do NEED one! lol. Thanks for sharing this tutorial!

Cindy

Very very good instuctions!

Mel M. M. M.

Just stunning. What a gorgeous treat box. Thanks for the wicked sweet tutorial! :O)

scrap_hag (Casey Toney)

so darling!!!

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  • Jello Cake
    You make a yellow cake, according to the directions. I use a 13x9 pan. Let it cool. Add a package of Jello to a cup of boiling water. Stir and let it sit for a minute. Poke holes all over the cake with a fork. I like to make them in lines about 1/2 an inch apart. Pour jello all over the cake and stick the cake in the fridge. Later add a package of vanilla pudding to a tub of cool whip. Spread it all over the cake and stick it back in the fridge. Eat. Tis deeeeelish!