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Old 07-09-2020, 12:59 PM   #1  
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Default Anyone still using the SU Circle Scissors Plus?

I'm in the midst of a deep, craft room purge.
But don't you hate when you purge so aggressively that you later wish you had a certain item you donated?

So.... I haven't used the SU Circle Scissors Plus w/Glass Mat very much, but don't want regrets.
I do have an electronic cutter, so maybe that's enough?
Or maybe get rid of the actual cutter and keep the glass mat?

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Old 07-09-2020, 04:22 PM   #2  
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The glass mat would be useful. I have an ancient one from EK Success and I do use it for messy techniques like alcohol inks and colorburst. Easy to keep clean.

Personally, I never saw a need for the Circle scissor...although it was a cool invention, so I never got it.  I can't make any recommendation there, sorry!
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I sent mine off to the second hand store a few years ago but I kept the glass mat. I regretted buying the thing and never got the a good cut on it. Waste of money IMHO.
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I too kept my glass mat and donated the circle scissors.. I never got the hang of it, and switched to circle metal dies....
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