I'm finally getting around to posting about some of my favorite crafting tools. The first tool I want to talk about is my Martha Stewart Score Board.
This score board is one of my favorite tools and I use it frequently. This tool is handy for scoring cards and making envelopes. I use it for making the pocket pages for books. I also use it when making shaped boxes, bags, and other things I have cut out with my Cricut.
The score board comes with a folding tool as well as a grid to help you make envelopes in multiple sizes. They both are stored right in the scoreboard. I also use my bone folder from Making Memories with the scoreboard and store it with the folder that came with the score board. The black line down the middle of the board was something I added with a black marker to help me visualize the line I was using when making some of my projects.
I found my scoreboard at Michael's, but you can find it other places as well. I waited until I had a coupon as it is a little pricey (between $20 - 25). Though it is worth every penny, its worth looking for sales / coupons. Keep in the look-out for projects I make using this tool and you will see how handy it is.