Scrapbook Supplies Put To Use

Back when I had a little more time, I did a lot of scrapbooking.  Now, I do more digitally, so I haven't been using my scrapbook supplies.  Until now.  I started using my paper cutter and my corner rounder on all of the fabulous TpT activities that I have been purchasing!

I have seen a couple of people asking about papercutters on Facebook.  I use an old Fiskars personal trimmer.  There is a newer version available at Michaels SEE HERE but it does not get great reviews.  Mine has worked awesome for years, but not sure about this newer version.  Either way, you could check out Micaels or JoAnn and use a 40% coupon for a papercutter like this.


The next item that I am loving, is my corner rounder by Creative Memories.  I hate when I laminate something, and the corners are very sharp.  I use the corner rounder to make the corners smooth so I don't get poked by them.

Here is a picture of my corner rounder followed by how my pictures look after I punch them.

Look!  No pointy corners!

You can find the corner rounder HERE at Creative Memories.  You will have to pick a local consultant, but you can have your order shipped to you.  You could also check out Michaels, JoAnn, or Hobby Lobby and see if they have something similar.  I did not find anything online, but that doesn't mean that it wouldn't be in their scrapbooking section.

Happy laminating and cutting!  I have a feeling after the sale this Sunday on Teachers Pay Teachers, that I will be doing a lot of both!

Remember, I will be participating in the sale.  You can get 28% off all of my products by typing in the code "SUPER" at checkout.  Teachers Pay Teachers Store
 

4 comments:

  1. I have the same exact paper trimmer - actually 2, one at work, one at home - and LOVE it! The blades are starting to dull and I don't know what I'll do when I can't use it anymore!

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    1. I love it too! Hopefully they keep making replacement blades!

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  2. Replacement blades are available at Michaels.....also for a quick fix, cut a piece of aluminum foil a few times ( works like a sharpener) followed by cutting a piece of wax paper (coats the blade for smooth cut). I use my crafting supplies in speech often.

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    1. Thanks for the great tip! I will have to try that today.

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