Paper Cutter Reviews

Bark that three times fast!  Thank you to so many of you who “traded up” your old paper trimmer for the new one that Stampin’ Up! released earlier this month.  You’ve all been raving about it!

Now Stampin’ Up! has put the Table Top CUTTER on sale for 30% off!  What’s a stamper to do?

That’s why I asked Ann to start off this set of videos to answer the basic questions that people are sometimes too afraid to ask in a crowded room.

Remember that the Table Top Cutter is 30% off until November 28th.  Ann didn’t mention ALL the perks of each cutter.  Like she didn’t mention that the big one has cut my dog hair when it happens to land on the card stock.  Perhaps one day it will sell on eBay!

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  1. Please show how to change the old blade and put the new one on so I won’t break it.

    Jo Phillips

    • Just realized that we never did do a video on the blades. We’ll try to get that up in the next couple days, Jo, because it’s easier to SHOW you than to TELL you. Keep watching.

  2. This new cutter is “tha bomb”!!!! I have 3 other cutters and not one of them have the flexibility of the SU cutter. My favorite feature is the fact that the scoring blade is always handy – no need to change blades like my old cutters.
    My hat’s off to SU!!
    Stamper, please do not eat any more cards – not good for your tummy.

  3. This dog eats card stock and possibly a card or two during my lifetime. As a pup, I’ve been known to eat a marker, some of Ann’s promotional pens, and a stamp or two.

    Baskets aren’t on my radar – yet.

  4. Thanks for this video explaining the differences/benefits of both trimmers! Is that a LB basket I spy in the background? Just wondering if that adorable little Stamper Dog has ever munched on one of those. 🙂 LOL

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