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Old 11-19-2009, 09:02 AM   #1
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Smile Table Top Paper Cutter ?

Does anyone have suggestions or recommendations for a good table top paper cutter? I only have the portable models and am starting to think about the table top versions.
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:59 AM   #2
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There are a few older threads in this forum about paper cutters. Try doing a search on the words "favorite paper trimmer" and see what threads come up. I know they are out there because I read many of them before finally buying a Tonic Guillotine style cutter with the 12" base from ScrapbookingAlley.com.

I love it so far. It's so much easier to get a straight cut when splitting my 81/2 x 11 card stock in half for two card bases. And I can cut much straighter layering pieces as well. Before I was using a Fiskars Triple Track and often was frustrated with crooked cuts. Besides; recently even if I used a new blade my SU White and Vanilla paper was being shredded instead of getting a clean cut.

Unfortunately, for trimming smaller pieces; anything 2 inches or less I still need my Fiskars as it's hard to cut small pieces on the bigger trimmer.
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