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Old 03-28-2007, 08:23 PM   #1
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I went to a convention a couple years ago and seen a paper trimmer which had blades that were interchangable like the blades on different kinds of scissors we use to decorate paper. Anyone know the name of it or who sells it. I took the info but can't find it over the years. I believe it came with 3 sets that slid underneath it but it cut the exact way a paper trimmer does and with blades shaped like decorative scissors... TIA
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Old 03-28-2007, 08:33 PM   #2
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I have a creative memories one that has two interchangeable blades. I bought it around 4 years ago, I don't know if they still sell it. The blades are circular and have two posts on the holder that slide in the grooves on the straight edge. I think that the holders are blue, and they have a yellow safety guard on them.
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It wasn't creative memories it was made by something like ez cut or something similiar...
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Was it this?

http://ellenhutson.typepad.com/ellen...cut/index.html

Scroll down near the bottom of the page and it will show a picture of the cutter.
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If it is the one that I have, it is a Create-a-Cut cutter. It is wonderful and yes, it is easy. It has approximately 7 interchangable blades and they even have a rolling carrying case that you can store it in and take it with you on the go! It was kind of pricey...but worth it! They even have a straight edge blade. I bought mine at a convention and they had a convention special. I think that you can go directly on-line to their website. If not, let me know and I will try to find my paperwork and give you the gal's name that I ordered it from.
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Expanding on Vals link!!!
http://www.ellenhutson.com/servlet/C...3ACreate-a-Cut
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Thanks ladies i knew someone would know what it was. I seen it at a convention too and should have bought it then but didn't have the money. I bought one from Ellen's site today. If anyone knows where you can buy the extra blades i would love to know. I think it came with 3 with ellen's and then you got another set for free so it came with 4 sets... Thanks again you guys are great...
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Sounds like Creative Memories
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