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Tip-6-13-snipsThis week's tip is a very basic one regarding our super scissors in the Stampin' Up! Catalog, Paper Snips. 

Notice that I have two pair of scissors in the photo?  There's a big, important reason for that... HUGE!  If you are not aware of this, I promise you, this tip will save you lots of frustration, time, and ribbon!

If you are a seamstress and/or work with fabric, you are probably already aware of the topic of this video tip.  I hope you are and you can say, "I know that, Lisa!" But, just in case you are not aware, I felt compelled to share it because it can make a big difference in your crafting!

Here's the video with THE tip...I hope you'll take a few minutes to's less than 3 minutes!

Now, if you were not aware of this, I hope this will make a huge difference for your in your paper crafting and cardmaking!  Do you have scissors dedicated to cutting just ribbon and fabric?  I'd love to know!


Paper Snips 103579
Price: $10.00

Expert cutting even in small areas. Thin, precision-ground stainless steel tips cut to end of blade.

* 2-1/2" (6.4 cm) blades
* Include safety cover for blades
* Comfort grips

Remember, you'll need two!  Mark one pair with ribbon or fiber and you'll be ready to roll!


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Thanks for tuning in for this tip on using the Stampin' Up! Paper Snips and I'll see you again soon!


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