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    Senior Scrapper thecountryrose's Avatar
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    Okay, don't know how I lived without the Scor-it board. Super fast and perfect score lines everytime. So glad I invested in this thing.

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    Don't think I've seen one of those.
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    Senior Scrapper thecountryrose's Avatar
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    Here is what it is:
    http://www.bonniesbest.com/scor-it.htm

    It literally takes only seconds to score and fold now. The line is perfectly straight down the middle every time. With all the Christmas cards I have to make this is a real time saver for me.

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    That looks like a handy thing to have. I do have the scoring blade for my fiskars, but I can never find the blade when I need it. I have a stupid question. When you score a card which way are you supposed to fold it?

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    That's not a stupid ? I have often wondered that myself.
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    Can you get the scor-it at any of the stores that offer coupons?
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    Ya' know Lynn, I have no idea. None of the stores in my area have this and when I looked online everyone had the same price. It is an expensive tool, but for me it was well worth the investment. After I cut my cards I can score a whole stack of them in no time flat and they fold perfectly with all corners matching. I got my Scor-it from Bonnie's Best and it comes with the stop guide for free. Other places you have to pay for the stop guide in addition to the cost of the Scor-it. If you make a lot of cards, especially around the holidays, you will love the time this board saves. You just line up your ends with the ruler on top and score- done. It takes a lot more time just to line up your ruler to score by hand, not to mention having to the mark the center line. I will say again, I am soooo glad I bought this tool !

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    Looking at the video she said that the bump (raised side )goes on the inside so the outside is smooth.

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    Senior Scrapper thecountryrose's Avatar
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    Originally posted by texas native:
    That's not a stupid ? I have often wondered that myself.
    Ellen
    That really isn't a stupid question. You fold the raised edge to the inside of the card. This has something to do with the fact that paper cracks when it's folded, which is why it is recommended to score before folding to start with. Scoring reduces the amount of cracking in the paper. If you are scoring by hand you should always score with the grain of the paper.
    If you use a Scor-it board you can score against the grain too because of the way the tool scores.

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    Cool tool and I can see how it would be great for making cards or anything else that you score.
    bonnie



 

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