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    What's the best circle cutter available?

    What gives is an advantage over the rest?

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    What's the best circle cutter available?

    What gives is an advantage over the rest?

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    Creative Memories...hands down!

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    I know many people don't like the Fiskars Ultrashape cutter, but I find it works well. . . it just takes a little practice. I do have access to a MM circle cutting system as well and it works great also. Fiskars is a little cheaper, however, I think!

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    I've got the fiskars circle maker that came with the oval maker and mat. It works well. Just a bugger sometimes to line up the measure thing. CM is nice just a lot of parts :-P

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    I have a Purple Cows Free style coming soon and I can't wait to try it out.

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    I have the mm one and I like it. It just takes a little practice but it makes many different sizes.
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    I did buy the MM one and I had to return it, I just couldn't get the hang of it.

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    Cassie, when I use it I have to stand. And you have to make sure you are always putting pressure on the piece that has the blade, otherwise you kinda "jump" a little.
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    Cindy - I'll have to agree with you about Creative Memories. I started with it and don't even want to change. Tried fiskars and was so upset with it I broke the blade - lol That was the end of me trying that one.
    Lynn


 

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