Martha Stewart Crafts Bone Folder
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- Martha Stewart Crafts Bone Folder Tool
- An indispensable tool for crafters
- Use this versatile tool to score, crease, smooth, or burnish paper, tissue, and cardboard
- It makes perfect folds and creases and is also useful for working materials into tight corners.
- Create meaningful memories by hand with innovative crafting essentials from lifestyle expert Martha Stewart
- In each product you'll find the quality, thoughtful attention to detail, and how-to expertise that's reflective of Martha's signature style
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Martha Stewart Bone Folder. Use this versatile tool to score, crease, smooth, or burnish paper, tissue, and cardboard. It makes perfect folds and creases and is also useful for working materials into tight corners.
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It's made of slick plastic. There are teflon folders out there, but this isn't one of them. It's quite rigid. I didn't know whether to expect any flexibility in this, but there is definitely none.
In the middle of the folder "Martha Stewart" is imprinted in the plastic. Like, sunk in, so it's not smooth. I wish they had just painted it on or something so this would remain smooth. I guess that's just me being anal.
The hook shape on the back is a little different than you see in most folders. It's flat, actually, so you can push on the cut-out part with your thumb and crease things with a bit more force. Personally I don't find this necessary or useful. I get more than enough force with the front edge of the folder. It's not terrible.
I do wish the bottom side (where bottom is defined by the orientation shown in the picture) was flat, though. Most folders are flat there and many people use the back for folding and flattening stuff. Here the only flat edge is the long one. Oh well.
These are pretty small nits I'm picking here, though. This is a good, basic bone folder. If you are really concerned about putting shiny marks on things it might make sense to get an expensive teflon one instead, but for my uses (and those of most people) this is a good one. The bigger problem is making sure you use it instead of taking shortcuts using your thumbnail and stuff.
I have REALLY pressed down on this to crease some book signatures, so whatever the plastic is it's pretty strong.