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Simply Scored Scoring Tool

April 10, 2012

One of the fantastic new products in the Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue is the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.  The tool is set up to read in inches and has 1/8″ increments for scoring.  The tool itself comes with a stylus and markers to help when doing multiples of one project.  It also has an additional plate which fits on top of the base plate and this is set up for metric measurement.  Just watch the video to get a better idea of what it is all about.  Once you have seen this fantastic tool, be sure to contact me to see how you can get one for yourself.

Just to show you how simple it is to get great results using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool, here is a box I made.  I cut Basic Gray cardstock for the base to 10-5/8″ x 6-3/4″ and scored at 1″ on all 4 sides.   Then I cut Whisper White card stock for the base to the same size and using a box making shim which I found on Connie Stewart’s blog, again scored at 1″.  Now the shim works to make the lid just a little bigger all around.  I trimmed 1/4″ off  the sides of the Whisper White card so that it wasn’t as deep as the base.  I find this easier than trying to calculate different measurements for the lid (I’m no mathematical genius).   It works every time.

If you buy one of the Simply Scored Scoring Tools and the Simply Scored Metric Scoring Plate from me before the end of April I will pay the postage and handling (Australian customers only).

If you need any more information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Bye for now, Kris.

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