Bookbinding tools - awls, punches, and bone folders

Bookbinding tools - awls, punches, and bone folders constantly seeking quality

19cm Shaping tool Bone Folder Creaser Smoother LeatherMob Leathercraft Craft Tool

19cm Shaping tool Bone Folder Creaser Smoother LeatherMob Leathercraft Craft Tool

#creative #Martha #Stewart Bone Folder. Use this versatile tool to score, crease, smooth, or burnish paper, tissue, and cardboard. It makes perfect folds and crea...

Martha Stewart Crafts Bone Folder

Martha Stewart Bone Folder Plastic Score Smooth Crease Card Making !

M Tech Bone Handle Folder knife free shipping

M Tech Bone Handle Folder knife free shipping

Guy Greeting's birthday card stampin up

Guy Greeting's birthday card stampin up (Stamp with Joy)

Fiskars - Bone Folder

Fiskars - Bone Folder

Fiskars - Bone Folder: This durable plastic bone folder from Fiskars makes it easy to crease paper and enhance folds.

Tool Porn: where did they come from and how much did they cost? 1) Average, everyday bone folder, cowbone. Find online/in art supply stores; 2) Mini bone folder from Nancy Morrains @ Colophon Book Arts Supply, $4.50; 3) Scoring bone tool, Colophon Book Arts Supply, $5; 4) Beautiful, dainty bone folder, handmade for me by Jessica Peterson at a Shanna Leino workshop; 5) I made it from elk bone during a workshop with Jim Croft; 6) What a ridiculous bone folder. I made this one too!

Tool Porn: where did they come from and how much did they cost?

When it is necessary to join the edges of  two sheets of clay together (as when preparing clay for a Skinner blend), I place a deli sheet over the position of the seam and burnish (rub) the surface of the sheet gently with a bone folder (above) or the back of a spoon to close the seam. I do this every time I start  a Skinner blend to make sure the pieces won’t split apart when the sheet is folded and fed into the pasta machine.

When it is necessary to join the edges of two sheets of clay together (as when preparing clay for a Skinner blend), I place a deli sheet over the position of the seam and burnish (rub) the surface of the sheet gently with a bone folder (above) or the back of a spoon to close the seam. I do this every time I start a Skinner blend to make sure the pieces won’t split apart when the sheet is folded and fed into the pasta machine.

Using a Bone Folder

Using a Bone Folder

Use a bone folder to perfectly fold scrapbook pages, artful letters, and origami boxes.

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