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Sunday, January 10, 2016

Blades of Glory

Paper? Check. Ribbon? Check. Scissors—crafting scissors?
You know, the kind designed to cut paper and ribbon. Good scissors, not the all-purpose ones your family uses to trim hair, cut duct tape or deadhead plants. If you have paper and ribbon, you also need scissors specially designed for paper crafting. Good news! We’ve got just the scissors you need. They’re designed for paper crafting; they have ultra-high- quality blades; and they make crisp, clean cuts.

• Paper Snips (103579) excel at cutting paper and cardstock. The 6.4 cm stainless steel blades are sharp right to the tip—you can make intricate cuts in the tiniest areas.

• Craft Scissors (108360) glide though ribbon and fabric like a hot knife through cheesecake. The heavy-duty, 9.5 cm stainless steel blades cut clean and neat, leaving smooth edges.

• Fringe Scissors (133325) snip rows of teeny tiny cuts. The ten blades make quick fringe or confetti. Make sure you use each type of scissors only on the products they are designed for to keep them sharp.

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