Fiskars LED SureCut Paper Trimmer - Deluxe Precision w/ Folding Base

Ideal for all your scrapbook page trimming needs
Built-in LEDs provide an illuminated cut-line for perfectly aligned cuts and last a lifetime
Light turns off after approximately two minutes of inactivity to save batteries
Folds in half for easy transport and storage
Permanent scale and grid cutting mat is printed from underneath to last
1/16" gridlines provide an additional guide for precise measuring
Expanded cut rail with integrated smudge guard holds paper or photos in place without fingerprints
Cutting bar protects blade edge and can be rotated four times for a long-lasting cutting surface
Rubberized feet provide stability
Works with 28mm rotary blades, style F
Rotary blade cuts multiple sheets of paper without tearing or fanning
12" cut length
Includes three AA batteries
Lifetime warranty
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glwrks Feb 06, 2013
Alive again with free shipping, no code needed.
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arsiel Oct 16, 2012
I've always wanted to get one of these as well. Reviews are pretty good here: http://store.scrapbook.com/f-01-005447.html
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glwrks Oct 16, 2012
Thanks for the link. We saved a bundle making our own Graduation & Save the Date announcements. All were beautiful, and in the quantities the kids needed. The recipients were also impressed & gave many compliments;)
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arsiel Oct 16, 2012
What did you do for the printing? I plan on doing that in the future but I don't know how consistent the cards will be :x
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glwrks Oct 16, 2012
I printed some myself. Once I used Office Depot. My own probably came out better (less trimming) cuz I only stacked a few sheets of card stock @ a time. Also I removed mine as they printed & spread so ink would dry, without smudging on the next. (not to dis Office Depot or any other printing shop)...I'm just anal & see millimeters. Keep in mind, only you will see each side by side. Once you mail a card, I doubt 2 will be seen where a comparison would be made;) One important thing to consider are the envelopes. The USPS has criteria on size & also on which direction you address (in regards to the flap) and even ink color. My sister bought an invitation kit once, and the postage was higher because of non-standard size envelopes. Google, google, google & ask your PO clerk.
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arsiel Oct 16, 2012
Ugh I know about the postage discrepancies. They don't like envelopes that are square ($0.65 instead of the typical $0.45) even if they're the same weight. I guess all I'd really have to do is invest in a good printer later on which will be worth it if all goes well! Thanks for all the info (:
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glwrks Oct 16, 2012
You're welcome...have fun:)
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lilywow Oct 15, 2012
These are so handy to have. I've always wanted one
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