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Old 03-13-2019, 11:11 AM   #41  
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I am still a die hard Martha Stewart fan on the score boards. I have the larger one and the smaller one. I do not like the score tool that comes with it and use my style instead. I have also bought the new WRMK Combo trimmer/scorer and really like that one too. Once again though I don't like the score tool that comes with it but use my style. I really think you will be happy with any scoreboard you get as I think they are basically the same just different prices. I've used the Stampin up one and the EK one and see no difference in preformance.
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Old 03-13-2019, 11:22 AM   #42  
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Personally, I think the Stampin' Up one is way too expensive. I have the small Score Buddy for cards and traveling. I also have a large Martha Stewart for larger projects. I like it because it is light and has all of the markings on it. It also has the 1/8th" marks in teal so you can see them right away. I got this one before I ever say a Score Pal or Buddy. I might have gone with the Score Pal but another nice thing about the MS is there is an envelope maker on the bottom as well as a storage place on top that holds whatever you use to score with as well as directions for all sort of cards and boxes that is attached to the inside of the lid. Hope I explained it well enough!
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I only have the Score Buddy as I do mostly cards. It does have the 1/8" marks and works perfectly. On the rare occasions I need something longer, I use the scorer on my Fiscars paper trimmer.

I too have the ScoreBuddy and I also have the larger ScorePal. I do have to say I use the ScoreBuddy the most. But I do have the caring case for the large ScorePal and my ScoreBuddy fits right in there too. SO I guess I am team ScorePal all the way.
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