Friday, June 1, 2012


I'm so excited to share with you my first product feature share!  Here is the Simply Scored, Place Markers, Plates, and Stylus

Simply Scored Scoring Tool

Helps you create perfectly measured score marks
Great for creating multiple scored projects or for creating projects with a variety of score marks, such as rosettes
Base size is slightly larger than 12" x 12" to accommodate 12" x 12" card stock and paper
Base plate has grooves etched every 1/8"; you can choose how far apart you want the score marks to be.
Comes with rulers on the top and side; one standard left-to-right ruler and one zero center ruler, marked in 1/8" increments. 
Includes three Place Markers, additional Place Markers sold separately.
Includes one Stylus, additional styluses sold separately.
Includes two storage compartments in the back of the base to hold your scoring tools (Place Markers, Stylus, Bone Folders)
Instructions included.

Place Markers
Insert in top ruler to make it easy to make multiple measurements
1/4" x 1"
6 Place Markers per package

Diagonal Plate
Has diagonal grooves etched every 1/8"
Can score card stock up to 12" x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Rubber pads on the back of the Diagonal Plate hold it securely in place over the base
Makes it easy to create custom envelopes, instructions included


Stylus has a cushioned grip for comfort
Includes a large tip and small tip so you can choose how wide you want the actual score line to be

I'm ready to play, how about you?


We will start with a piece of Basic Black card stock measuring 5-1/4 " x 10-1/2". 

Score at 5-1/4" and  7-7/8."  Fold the card stock in half creating a 5-1/4" square.

Open the card stock, fold the right side back to the center, creating a quarter
fold on the right end.

Insert Diagonal Plate and open the card stock.  Score at 2-5/8".  Open
card stock again. This time turn the card stock 180 degrees with
5-1/4" edge (with the 2-5/8" scored line) aligned to the left ruler and the
10-1/2" side aligned to the top ruler and score.

Open the card stock once more to see the score lines.

Mark the center of the left hand edge and draw a line from that point to the score marks a quarter of the way to the right, top and bottom.  These are the cutting lines.  Cut.  See above. 

Fold and crease each scored line.

If everything was creased in the correct direction, it should fold up perfectly.  A little bit of adhesive was added under the front point on the bottom to get it to stay upright.

Finished card folds flat and is 5 1/4 " square. When taken out of the envelope, it will "spring" up, thus the name. For mailing, use a 5 1/2 square envelope.

Recipe -

Card Stock - More Mustard, Whisper White, Basic Black
Stamps - Word Play, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink - Basic Black
DSP - First Edition
Accessories - Buttons Neutral, 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon Basic Black
Other - Embroidery Floss

Feel free to send me any quesions you have.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

e Deloris
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