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Scrapbooking Scissor – Wave

The Wave pattern is a Scrapbookings Scissor is a very easy to use and makes a great pattern to follow as you make longer cuts. A wave pattern is a classic pattern that guarantee to lift any paper edge. One the the all time classic ones to have around and use daily.

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Scrapbooking Scissors – Deckle

The great Deckle pattern is a Scrapbookings Scissor. The cut is a little more irregular with deeper cuts which is a subtle pattern that replicates a torn edge of paper. Great for accurate trimming and adjustments when tearing pieces for collage.

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Scrapbooking Scissors – Arabian

The Aradian pattern is a Scrapbookings Scissor that is a little harder to master. However it makes a great pattern with peaks that add great detail to your longer cuts. The Arabian pattern is a different pattern that is off the normal path but a strike one to use.

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Scrapbooking Scissors – Clouds

The Clouds pattern is a Scrapbookings Scissor that is easy to use and makes a very sample pattern to follow as you make longer cuts.

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Straight cutting with Fiskars Paper Edgers

There is very practical technique that most scrapbook’s use everyday without thinking and the most asked question I get “What is the best way to cut a straight line when using paper edge scissors?”. Producing a straight line allows you to produce quality work that has a very artistic effect on your finish piece.

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