September 27, 2015

Product Review - Eazi Score (Video Tutorial)

Hi Everybody,

Having a Score Board in your crafting tools is not a luxury but something that is really essential if you want to fold good looking cards.

It will help you to get the professional scoring and folding in all your card bases with out any of the untidy lines and cracked card that can happen when you try to fold the card yourself.

The  Eazi Score   is made by a UK company called  Diamond Card Craft and there is also a larger board that will help you to make boxes of different shapes and sizes

Click the link above to see for yourself ...

This is the project that I made in the video and it is a box envelope that is ideal for you to add a money gift or gift vouchers.

The flowers and lace are from Wild Orchid Crafts  and the chipboard word that I put silver embossing powder on  is from Want2Scrap

Click the square in the video below to watch the tutorial

I made this one into a Baby Gift Envelope and the ribbon and baby carriage are from Mei Flower

Alter the colours and the trimmings it is perfect for any person or any occasion.

The video will show you how I made the box envelope and it is very easy to do.

Get out your pretty card and let the Eazi Score take all the hard work out of making it. No measuring just perfect results every time

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx 






23 comments:

  1. Thanks for that Christina, much nicer than sticking a gift card in an envelope
    Cheers Kaye

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  2. Gorgeous gift envelope! Thanks for the tutorial Christina. Debra x

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  3. Morning Christina,
    This was one of the first thing I bought when I started card making and it gets used nearly every day, I haven't got the box one make look into buying one. Love your little gift wallet.
    Lydia
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  4. Hi Christina loved the video and the card ,i have had this board for years
    and never use it .
    Marion H

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  5. Hi Christina what a beautiful gift card, I have this scoreboard but have never used it for projects, I always use it but just for creasing cards, will have a try at that. Thanks Christina another brilliant tutorial.
    Kind regards
    Anne Owens




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  6. These are just fabulous Christina, so so pretty. Thank you for the video - I'll watch it later. Pat x

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  7. The envelope you made is beautiful and such an elegant wrapping for a money gift
    or a gift voucher.

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  8. Hi Christina
    I agree with you fully, to get the perfect score line gives a professional look to your cards , and your two cards today are just perfect , i love them both .
    Have a good Sunday.
    Elaine H X

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  9. Really clever - beautiful boxes. Is there no end to your talents? lol! xxx

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  10. So pretty Christina. I do have a score board but not this make. It is really useful.
    Love Val in Spain x

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  11. I really enjoyed watching the tutorial and seeing you create from beginning to end. Your box envelopes are beautiful! I have a similar score tool I use to create box envelopes but the Easi Score has the double lines so you can get a narrow double score and I like that because it makes getting the depth correct much easier. I never thought of adding the sides the way you did and I know I will be using your way. My cards usually have bulky flowers on them so I find I need to make box envelopes quite often. You just made this easier for me, Christina. Thank you so much.

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  12. These are such pretty envelopes! LOVE them! I have 3 scoreboards and use them all for different projects! Wish I could find one that worked for everything but haven't done that yet! TFS!

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  13. Good afternoon Christina :) This is a lovely video and these are two Beautiful Envelopes! Thank you, as always, for sharing your wonderful talents with us. Enjoy a lovely Sunday afternoon. Big Hugs.

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  14. Christina,
    I too have a score board however not like this , where one can score narrow lines. This is a very beautiful envelope. Like Margaret says , " is there no end to your talents"?

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  15. Hi Christina
    I love your box envelopes and I'll watch the video later.

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  16. Such pretty projects and very handy to know how to make for those slightly bulkier cards! Love the layout on both eveloboxes. I don't have that particular score board, however, I do have the Crafters Companion Ultimate, which does exactly the same job, so will be giving this a go really soon! Thanks so much for sharing this with us, I do so love ALL your tutorials, I have most of them saved though I am finding I have missed quite a few ... either that or your are making loads at a time! lol! Again, thanks for them all, they are so useful, and inspirational!
    Hugs,
    Karen xx

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  17. Lovely idea for a gift envelope. Thanks for the video too.

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  18. Love this envelope box. I have some lace which is similar so will give it a try.

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  19. just brilliant, often give tokens this is such a pretty way to give them. thanks Christina

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  20. Thanks for the great video tutorial Christina....a brilliant token box, so beautiful...luv Ursula xxx

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  21. Beautiful cards. Now I'm off to watch the tutorial..thanks for sharing.

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  22. Simply stunning, many thanks for the tutorial.

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  23. Beautiful Christina, and thank you for the tutorial.
    Di B. x

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