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Old 02-18-2007, 08:03 PM   #1  
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Default Check out this Scalloped Edge card!

I am dying to get my hands on this create a cut paper trimmer!! Check out this card on Ellen Huston's blog and the scalloped edges on it. Is this to die for or what????
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Old 02-18-2007, 08:04 PM   #2  
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I am dying to get my hands on this create a cut paper trimmer!! Check out this card on Ellen Huston's blog and the scalloped edges on it. Is this to die for or what????
Well, my link didn't work so here it is again http://www.ellenhutson.typepad.com If this doesn't work, search for it!! LOL
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Old 02-18-2007, 08:08 PM   #3  
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ok, who makes the cutter, where can I find it, how much is it, and how fast can I get one?????
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ok, who makes the cutter, where can I find it, how much is it, and how fast can I get one?????
never mind, I found it!

Ok tax man, where's my refund???
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lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala I am not listening to this Joan! I have 3cutters already!!! I won't give in, I won't give in, I won't give in...
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Her card is gorgeous! But than again all of her cards are gorgeous. Thanks for sending the link to this card Joan.

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lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala I am not listening to this Joan! I have 3cutters already!!! I won't give in, I won't give in, I won't give in...
Ditto to this! Especially at that price Can you say dee-vorse!!!
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It's a beautiful card! Enjoyed reading all about Ellen on your blog....thanks for the interview, it was nice......The cutter is awesome...maybe someday, if you know what I mean. Beats my dinky little scallop scissors all to heck!
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Saw the cutter on the blog when Julie went to the craft convention (can't remember the exact name of the show) and have been thinking of it ever since. Just can't justify spending that money on what would amount to two blades as I have two cutters that make perfectly straight cuts. Of course, before I had children I said I would never give my child a pacifier so who knows if I will give in and buy the cutter. The purple card is beautiful!

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I have had it on my wish list for a while now! I really need to stop coming to this site. I can't help it! I just think to myself a little hanging out there won't hurt me and then pretty soon I have bought an atg gun, stamp sets out the wazoo (ones that I previously didn't like ), primas, ribbon, crop-o-dile, rubicoil, stickles, stardust clear glitter pen, med. weight chipboard coasters, cuttlebug. The list goes on and on! At least when I am broke and have no money, I can go play with my expensive toys and keep myself busy. I will have to stamp in the day, cause there will be no light. If you can't afford food, you lose weight right? Do we really ever have enough?







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Old 02-19-2007, 07:43 AM   #12  
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Just an FYI: You can do this cut (and others--deckle, etc.) with the Cutterpede trimmer. They sell different cutting blades for it.
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What is a cutterpede and who puts it out?
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What is a cutterpede and who puts it out?
The Cutterpede is a portable paper trimmer and is made by EK Success.

I experimented with it a few times at a store, but, I wasn't impressed with it . . .

The Create-a-Cut is a professional grade tool, so if precision is important, it would be a tool worth investing in.
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Oh, my. How do I justify $100+ for yet another cool cutting tool? Hmm...
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Oh, my. How do I justify $100+ for yet another cool cutting tool? Hmm...
Remember all the $$ we are saving by not buying Hallmark.....
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Well... I truly doubt my ability to save money when it comes to stamping supplies. I think I could probably have bought my own Hallmark store by now!

You know the story....
One handmade card - $3
$4000 in stamping supplies--priceless!
(The numbers were changed to protect the willpower challenged.)

Anyway, I just ordered a Create-a-Cut from Ellen H's store today and she emailed me that it would ship out tomorrow. Can't wait to get it and start practicing. She says it takes a while to get used to using it, so I'm ready to start my "basic training" when it gets here. The practice sequence is: no paper, copy paper, and then work up to cardstock.
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I LOVE my Cutterpede and the different blades work well. It's worth a try considering how inexpensive it is compared to the Create-a-Cut. JMO ; )
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the Carl cutter has lots of fancy edge blades including scalloped as well.

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It's a beautiful card!
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My Fiskars Rotary Cutter has different blades as well and I've used them for edges on cards. I can't buy one more cutter...my collection of tools needs their own room!
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