i'm gonna HAVE to find one of those knives. those circles are so perfect looking. thanks for the tipMy "tool kit" (shown below) is a:
headlamp. No mater where I position a light, there is always a shadow, unless I use a headlamp.
Fiskas finger knife, I find that I have better control with this type of knife. It does not "roll" in my grip, and is easier for me to grip.
Metal scribe and Machinists measure for line creasing.
Glue. I use the big bottle to refill the little one.
lyter1958, I use the Fiskas finger knife. I use a "sawing motion" for thick card. I position the knife, push down, lift up, pull back just a little
(point of knife still in blade impression of cut just made), and repeat. And I use a normal cut for cardstock and thinner paper, or I use the scissors.
PLEASE, PLEASE, be careful when using the "sawing motion" described above, if you push down to hard,... the tip of the blade WILL become inbeded
in whatever you use as a cutting board under your project, and can break off. This has happened to me alot. the first couple of times this happened
I was unaware of it and sliced my fingers when I moved the cardboard I was cutting.
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