Monday, 3 December 2012

Stampin' Up!® paper trimmer now available

Well the title says it all but in case you need it spelling out: the new Stampin' Up!® paper trimmer is now available in Europe. The Stampin' Up!® elves have been working hard on this fab new product, to ensure that it meets customer and demonstrator recommendations. In particular, they have paid attention to all those little niggles we had about the old one we used to carry. So, with this in mind, the new trimmer features:
  • Metric and imperial measurements!
  • Cutting and scoring blades - dark for cutting, light for scoring
  • Specially-designed handles and cutting track so that blades won't wobble: cutting and scoring lines will be straight
  • Extra long track with extra space at the top and bottom so you can cut 12x12 cardstock without having to remove the extra blade
  • Insertion point at the bottom of the track so blades can easily be removed
  • Extended 15.9cm (6 1/4") base so you can cut most of your projects without the extender arm
  • Extender arm extends cutting area to 14"
  • Storage section underneath for storing bone folders, spare blades etc - with clear cover so you can see what's in it
  • Non-slip feet so the trimmer won't wobble
  • Measurements won't wear off!
The trimmer costs £25.95, so why not ask for one for Christmas? Drop me a line if you'd like to order one please! 

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