Saturday, October 1, 2011

What is it?

Do you know what this is? If you are the first to send me a comment identifying the item (from Ben Franklin Crafts) you will win a BFC gift card. You need to accurately describe the product and the company who makes it. The time of the posted comment will determine the winner if there are two or more correct answers. Only one guess per person. The contest will last until there is a winner or 1 week has past. If you are the winner you will have to send me your mailing address so I can mail the gift card to you. Okay, send me the winning comment!



9 comments:

sweet said...

That could possibly be the underside of the Martha stewart Score Board. Cross my fingers!!! Thanks!

Kimi said...

Could it be the Martha Stewart envelope scorer?

Jenny V. said...

Martha Stewart Ornament Scoreboard. Saw this at HSN preview. I think that's what it is. Thinking of getting one!

Annette said...

The Martha Stewart Scoring Board. Score flawless, crisp lines in seconds when creating invitations, envelopes, gift boxes, and more. This scoreboard includes an envelope guide with a convenient storage slot and bone folder. The Martha Stewart Scoring Board also includes a storage compartment for your bone folder and pens. This board measures 14x13in and features measurement guides along the top and side to 12-1/2inch in 1/8inch increments with groves every 1/8in for detailed scoring. The scoreboard is a great craft tool for making cards, scrapbook pages or any other type of paper craft project you have in mind. The picture is the bottom...made by martha stewart crafts..

Creations by Shirl said...

Lynn - you are tricking us - this is the Martha Stewart scoring board....I also saw this on the HSN craft show a couple of days ago....Right!

sweet said...

Shirl- your funny
Annette- you should work for Martha Stewart!

Shirley N said...

Whateva it is, anything you show me I want to get--you are a bad bad enabler, lol!

Anonymous said...

To me, it looks like Paper Accents, clear plastic sheets cut into squares and glued with glue dots.

Angie said...

This is the underside of the Martha Stewart scoreboard. Which I must say is the best scoreboard yet. Thanks.