Yahtzee, Farkle, Bunko and even darts are great games with one thing in common: you need a new score sheet with every game. Depending on how often you play these games, you can go through an entire pad of score sheets in a short amount of time, which means you are making photo copies of your last sheet or scouring the Internet to purchase new ones. Here's an idea, laminate a set of scorecards. You can buy a heat laminating machine for around $25 or use self-sealing laminating pouches for around $5 and stick a scorecard in to seal it in plastic. Now you can use wipe-off markers to keep score and when the game is over, a damp cloth or paper towel will make them ready for the next game; all while saving you money and cutting down on waste.