Post # 1
I’ve been working on these wrap around labels for a month, and it’s just not working like I want it to. I’m seriously about to pull my hair out.
I can’t get them to print the way I want, and I think I need to just buy a paper trimmer.
I can’t spend a lot, so no more than $60. I’m also planning to use it to cut my invitations which will be printed on 65lb linen paper, so it needs to be able to handle that thick of paper.
What kind of paper trimmer would you recommend?
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Post # 4
Tonic paper trimmer, for sure!!!
Post # 5
@Shelby81: Thanks for the recommendation! I’ll look into that brand.
Post # 6
I have a Cutterbug. Twenty bucks from Michaels and than 40 percent off with a coupon. 🙂 Buy an extra blade and you should be good to go!
Post # 7
the lady that is doing all my paper cutting has a lock on it so the paper doesn’t shift when cutting.
Post # 8
- Wedding: June 2011 - Sydney, Australia
I used a Fiskars one for most of our paper projects – it was one we already had lying around for scrapbooking and it worked well!