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Old 05-21-2006, 09:06 PM   #1  
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Smile Coluzzle Tip

If you have trouble seeing your Coluzzle ends when cutting here is the solution I came up with. I took permanent markers and colored in the ends on each side with the same color and also placed a dot of cordinating color on each side of circle. This has made putting the blade in the right place easier when you start and get to the next side. This is a great solution to less wasted paper and makes cutting go faster. The side dots also help you see where the circle will be made so you can line it up on cs easier. When doing classes you can say cut out the red circles and I believe you won't constantly be showing everyone which circle to cut out. I have sent this idea to coluzzle and hope they come up with one just like this. I came up with this idea out of need to make cutting easier and wanted to share with the SCS family, so for the ones that have not figured this out enjoy the new tip!
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Old 05-21-2006, 09:53 PM   #2  
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Well, aren't you just too clever?! What a great idea!!!
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Old 05-22-2006, 03:49 AM   #3  
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Great tip!!!! Thank you for sharing.
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Fantastic idea. TFS.
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Oh, this will make cutting so much easier. Thanks for the information.
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Great idea! How simple, but so cleaver!! TFS
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