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Old 09-28-2007, 04:55 AM   #1  
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Default Scor-pal and copic glitter markers

Ok - all you tool hounds

I am trying to combine my orders...

Does anyone know of any sites that sell BOTH the scor-pal (finally taking the plunge) and copic glitter markers????

Or any sites that have free shipping over a certain amount that sell either?
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:15 AM   #2  
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Default Small hijack - what is this scor-pal?

I keep seeing mention of this in various posts, but what is it? I like making boxes. Would it be easy to make boxes with the scor-pal?
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check out www.scor-pal.com Looks like a nifty tool.
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check out www.scor-pal.com Looks like a nifty tool.
Jennifer, I have the score pal and it is the BOMB! I love it...you get such neat and crisp scores and you can score like 1.5, 4.5, 7.5, and 9.5 etc. without ever moving your paper. I highly recommend it! It is such a neat tool and I do not regret getting it.

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hey check out the score-it - It comes in 2 sizes

http://www.marcopaper.com/scor-it.htm

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Sorry -- the Scor-It is much more expensive. I tried it at Archiver's and then compared my score from that to my Scor-Pal. Not much difference for the additional cost.
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Oh, you gals are such enablers! Now that I've seen the scor-pal site, I see that I simply must have one! It would make my workshop prep so much easier! Hmmmmm...... does that make it a tax write-off?
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I have only found the Copic Spica glitter pens at Ellen Hutson's store, but she sells the Scor-It rather than the Scor-Pal. Love my glitter pens, though!
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Sorry -- the Scor-It is much more expensive. I tried it at Archiver's and then compared my score from that to my Scor-Pal. Not much difference for the additional cost.
I disagree, there are many differences between the scor pal and scor it. I dislike that with the score pal you can *ONLY* score at the lines where she has the scoring channels. I hate having to move my paper and adjust my thinking in order to figure out how to score things like 1-15/16th. I think the price difference is worth it, the scor pal is plastic, the scor it is not.

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I don't know of any site yet that sells both of those items.
I do own both the Scor-Pal and a Scor-It.
Hands down ... I only use the Scor-Pal. I've had the Scor-It for a full year longer, but stopped using it months before I owned the Scor-Pal. The other one stays parked in the cabinet. Plus, check out the wonderful tutorials and projects available for you at the Scor-Pal website. Lots of projects, boxes, too many great toots to list!
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I new to stamping and new to this site and I am learning so much. Many of the tutorials that I want to try use this scoring technique. What is the easiest way to score until I have a little extra money to buy a scor-pal or scor-it?
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I disagree, there are many differences between the scor pal and scor it. I dislike that with the score pal you can *ONLY* score at the lines where she has the scoring channels. I hate having to move my paper and adjust my thinking in order to figure out how to score things like 1-15/16th. I think the price difference is worth it, the scor pal is plastic, the scor it is not.
I see your point, but my opinion stands. I prefer the Pal. You *always* have to move the paper with the It. I also like the weight of the Pal -- the plastic is a good think IMHO. But, to each their own. I could not justify the cost of the It for what it does.
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I new to stamping and new to this site and I am learning so much. Many of the tutorials that I want to try use this scoring technique. What is the easiest way to score until I have a little extra money to buy a scor-pal or scor-it?
A very inexpensive method is to use a ruler or other straight-edge tool along with a dry embossing stylus (about $3 +or-). Use the stylus (dull metal ball-type point) to "draw" the score along the side of the ruler.

A 2nd alternative is available as a personal paper trimmer, such as the Fiskars personal trimmer. This comes with a small cutting blade and a scoring blade. I used both methods before later getting the larger specialty scoring tools.

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My local store, Stamp Image Studio has both a Scor-It and the Spica Glitter pens (I just checked and she has 1 Scor-It in stock) You can reach her tomorrow on 517 223-7231 after 11am EDT.
I have the Scor-It board and would not be without it. I have taught classes in its use, it is so much more than just scoring down the center of your cardstock. Alot of the scores I do on the Scor-It can not be done on the Scor-Pal, the surface is too small. I have an album on my Picturetrail site of Scor-It and Peel Off cards

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Sorry, just re-read the posts and realized you are looking for the Scor-Pal. I checked out the website and still prefer my Scor-It. While it is convenient not to have to move the cardstock, I much prefer the ability to put a score anywhere I want to on my card. I can start a score in the middle of the card with my Scor-It just by starting the score with my thumb and then setting the tool down on it. That would not be possible with the Scor-Pal. Sorry for the confusion. Sandy
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