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Thread: Crayola Cutter

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    There was some talk about this on DIY when it first came out, about a year or so ago. Will the threads go back that far?
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    I do remember the discussion on DIY vagely, it perferorated (sp) the paper so it wasn't a clean cut. That is all I remember though, nothing about whether it was a good buy or not sorry!!

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    I did a search on DIY (nothing), 2peas (nothing) and splitcoast. This is what they said here. I'm thinking that people were disappointed in this cutter if I remember right.
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    save your money!
    My daughter got this for Christmas last year. She used it twice. Basically, it makes a cut by perforating the paper so you'll never get a clean cut.

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    There is the Cuttlekids die cutting machine. Would that be a good alternative to what you want to do?

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    I bought one last year. Basically, it is a kid's toy. In a pinch, I guess it could be used for scrapbooking, bat as otehrs said, is really isn't a clean cut. OTOH, if you go sloa and staed, it really isn't that bad either. But it takes a lot of patience and you are probably better off using scissor for most things. Having said that, the one thing I do find it useful for is trimming the 'inside' out of a square or rectangle if I want a frame.

    And it is only $20...not bad for something from my son to play with while we 'scrap'.

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    I remember last year I was in Indy at the super JA's and there were some ladies there asking a worker if they had it. I told them not to bother because of what I heard about it on the boards and I told them how it would work.

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