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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
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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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Product Dimensions 0.3 x 3.4 x 9.6 inches
Item Weight 1.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Master Chef
ASIN B001PX893Q
Item model number M281018
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4.7 out of 5 stars 197 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #617 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#4 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Scrapbooking > Scrapbooking Tools
Date first available at Amazon.com March 26, 2009

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I have always done origami by hand, no bone folders, but when I saw a seasoned origami artist using one on a YouTube video, I had second thoughts. Truthfully, I had never seen such a thing and thought it was brilliant. I pictured those crisp, clean folds being cleanly created without my fingernails ruining my favorite yuzen origami paper that costs $1 a sheet. So, I ordered the most popular one on Amazon. First off, it says it's bone, but feels like it's plastic. I have no way to prove this. At least I can't think of a logical way to prove it without ruining the folder itself. Secondly, it is big. I am a woman, and no, I haven't got "man hands", but I do have big hands, and this folder still manages to feel ungainly in my hands. Also, because of it's size, I have trouble seeing past it to see what I'm trying to do while scoring the paper. I have yet been able to make a score mark where I intended to because I can't see the surface I'm working on. Maybe I should've done more research before buying it. I know that there are smaller bone folders available. I let the Amazon reviews guide me in my choice of which to purchase. The reviews can't always be right for me I guess. So, my review summary (and this is my opinion, not fact) is like this: If you want a plasticy-feeling folder that barely fits in your hands, maybe this will be good for you, but I doubt that it will work for anyone doing origami or any other small work on 4" or smaller paper. I'm buying a different one this week, maybe I'll have better luck next time!
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It is a very good tool, but I am used to the non-synthetic bone folder that don't damage any material. This one can damage the paper with you don't use it with caution, specially when folding printed papers. So it is good, but don't apply too much strength when using it. And if you can, buy one natural bone folder.
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I'm a little surprised to hear people complaining that this bone folder is too big. It's more or less the size I expected, or even a bit smaller. I am a man, but my hands aren't particularly large. Maybe the difference in expectations has to do with people's different uses for this. If you are doing real small, delicate origami or something you might want something small. I got it for burnishing tape and glue, primarily as I repair books. There are lots of uses for something like this.

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.
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very well made and useful to have around the house. it really makes folding thick paper easier and comes professional looking. i was holding out on buying one for a long time, it looks like something i can find around my house that shouldn't cost me money to buy. but it turned out to be a good investment, it has good weight on it and carves the paper beautifully.

I was also thinking about using a plastic letter opener, but it might be to light and score a narrow line.
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I love love love my bone folder... this is the most handy tool you could ever have i use it all the time... there are other tipe of bone folders out there but this is without a doubt the best... its the perfect size it fits in the hand perfectly and the hook is verry handy... its a verry sturdy material as well... if your thinking you could use this your correct its great!!!
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This is a fantastic item for making your own greeting cards. I used it with ease to fold nearly 100 Christmas cards we printed ourselves this year, and the folds are much crisper and more professional looking than if I had done them by hand without it. Highly recommend!
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It is not made of bone. It is some sort of plastic. It works fine. I occasionally use it as a letter opener when I can't find one. It is really a bit thick to be used as a letter opener. It is very sturdy. Sharp creases are easy to apply with this folder.
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This is a great bone folder.It came well packaged and shipping was fast! Makes great crisp folds in my cards. No wrinkles! It's very important to me to get my card stock cut and folded perfectly and this bone folder does the job well.I highly recommend this Bone folder!
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