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I have been having a blast getting to know all the ins and outs of my Circut Maker and I have to tell you that there are so many amazing things this machine can do. I am not lying when I say the possibilities are endless.
I though I would take some time to do up a post that is dedicated specifically to the Scoring Wheel — it’s so fantastic that it really does deserve its own post.
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There are tons of amazing projects that you can create using the Scoring Wheel right from the list of projects available through Cricut Design Space or you can always come up with your own. With this unique tool, creating has never been easier.
The first thing that is impeccable about the Scoring Wheel is the fact that it creates extra deep score lines that allow you to make a perfect fold. Perfect folds that create perfect, flawless projects every time.
Have you ever folded a piece of cardstock or cardboard without scoring it? If you have then you know how ugly some of those folds can look. By scoring the material first you are able to get an impeccable fold every time and with an extra deep
Some things to know about the Scoring Wheel:
- You can only use the Scoring Wheel with the Cricut Maker.
- 10X more pressure than the Scoring Stylus
- Scoring Wheel is available in Single or Double (01 or 02)
- Scoring Wheel makes every fold sharp, crispy and to the point.
- Used on materials such as crepe paper, light cardstock, acetate, poster board, and cardboard.
If this isn’t enough to convince you that the Scoring Wheel is a craft room must-have then check out this short video from Cricut. You have to see the incredible project that is at the end of this video.
The perfect tool for the perfect machineHolly, hollygrace.ca
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