Friday, October 6, 2017

Tip - The correct way to Fold Cardstock after Scoring

I'm hoping today's tip video will help paper crafters understand the correct way to fold your cardstock once you have scored it.  It's an age old question, do I fold the paper towards the score or away from the score.  Sometimes the answer is simple but actually seeing it happen, helps it sink in.  So you're saying well which is it, here's your answer.  When you score cardstock, you are actually stretching the fibers in the paper, which means you want to fold AWAY from the score line.  Another way to say this is the valley of the scored line should be on the outside of your card.  

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Our Simply Scored tool will help you get precise score lines every time.  Don't forget my wax paper tip also when scoring cardstock, you can watch it here as a refresher if needed.

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Michele Wright
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6 comments:

  1. Never knew that before. Good tip!

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    1. You're not alone Doris;) glad you like it.

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  2. Thanks for sharing that great tip!

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  3. Didn't think that I needed to watch~lol~so glad that I did!! Thanks, so much!

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    1. Wooohooo glad it will help you Marsha :)

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