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Old 01-05-2010, 09:17 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by cardsbynikkiView Post
I forgot to add - there is also the Scor-It which is different. It has one raised edge down the middle. You place your paper with the metal edge where you want to score. Then you run the tool along the raised edge and it creates the score. The drawbacks are there is just the one raised part, so if you are doing multiple scores you need to move your paper each time. The advantage is that it is easy to do decorative scoring.
The Scor-it also has a movable fence, so if you want to do multiple cards with multiple folds, you can do the first score on all cards, then move the fence to new location for additional folds. The scoring tool is attached to the platform with a chain and this bugged me somewhat so I stuck Velcro to the tool and to the top rim of the board so I have a place to store it when the board is not in use.

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