Welcome and thanks for stopping in! It’s time for this week’s tip, which has to do with the Stampin Up trimmer. What is it? To label your trimmer blades! Sounds simple, right? It is!
Why I Love The Stampin Up Trimmer
Since we’re talking about the Stampin Up trimmer today, I thought I would share a few reasons I love this trimmer.
1. It cuts straight!!
2. It includes both a cutting blade and scoring blade!
3. The extension arm extends even beyond 12″ which is wonderful for cutting large paper.
If you’re interested in more info about this trimmer, take a look here.
Quick Tip – Label Your Trimmer Blades
Today’s tip is really simple. Since the SU trimmer has both cutting and scoring blades, it’s easy to get them mixed up. They are different colors, but still can be mixed up. Today’s tip – use a Sharpie marker to label ‘cut’ and ‘score’ and you won’t mix them up again!
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You are AWESOME, Anna. I love all of your tips and tricks and look forward to reading them. Thank you so much!!
Thanks so much Paula!
I think this in the most genius thing I’ve seen in a long time… I love my SU paper trimmer as well and I see where this can really be a time saver and keeps me from double thinking things. Thanks for sharing!!!!
You’re welcome Debbie!
OK… I just finished “painting” my trimmer and I THINK I have a tip to help those that struggle with these things. It helped me a lot.
I cut cardstock to the sizes to paint, marked it with the dimensions, and put the cardstock on the trimmer, put the ruler against it and removed the cardstock. Painted the dimension,
This REALLY helped me!!!! And maybe it may be a help for others.
Thanks for letting me put my two cents in!!!!
Wonderful idea – thank you for sharing Debbie!
Thank you for the idea of putting the lines on the trimmer but I can’t find the measurements I think you said could be found here.
Thanks for the help!