Showing posts with label Trimmer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trimmer. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

New Stampin' Up! Paper Trimmer

Hello and welcome back to my blog today; Papercrafting begins with a beautiful first cut, which means having the right tool for the job is kind of a big deal.  Well, do I have the tool for you!  Get your hands on the new Paper Trimmer.  I wanted to take a little time and talk to you about the new Stampin' Up! Trimmer that will be available starting November 1, 2019.  Yes, it will be available in time to wrap and put under the Christmas Tree.  I have been playing with this new trimmer all month long (one of the perks of being a demonstrator); and I am loving it.  I have used the blade that came with it all month long and haven't had to change it one time.  And, believe me I cut a lot of cardstock, glimmer paper, and window sheets with it over the last month.  I've tried my best to give it a good work out before I would even share any real information with you.  I know if you have followed me you have seen it used in my Facebook Lives, and other videos.  But, like I said I haven't really talked about it because I wanted to give it a good once over before I did.  Here's a look at the trimmer a little closer up.
image by Stampin' Up! 

Product Details: 

Our new Paper Trimmer is lightweight, portable, and perfect for making stable and straight cuts!  

Paper Trimmer
Item: 152392 | $25.00 usd

  • 15-3/8 x 8 x 1/2” (39 x 20.3 x 1.3 cm)
  • Includes 1 cutting blade and 1 scoring blade.
  • Includes imperial and metric measurements.
  • Ruler and grid protected by durable plastic cover.
  • Point on cutting handle for precise measuring.
  • Right-side grid for cutting thin strips.
image by Stampin' Up! 

 Click here to see the cute promotional video.  It's quite entertaining. 
image by Stampin' Up! 
I hope that you have found my little post about the New Stampin' Up! Trimmer helpful.  I have been extremely pleased with it since I've gotten mine.  And even more pleased that I have not had to change the blade once this entire month and it's still cutting just as it did on day one.  If you have a one of the old trimmers and some blades use those up until you need a new trimmer and I am happy to help you get one of the new ones at that time.  But If you are in the market for a new trimmer or want to have one under the Christmas tree let me know and I am happy to help you get one on November 1st.  The trimmer will be available November 1st, but Stampin' Up! is holding off on releasing the blade replacements until later on.  No there's not anything wrong with them, they just sold better than they expected during the demonstrator preorder.  So, Stampin' Up! wants to hold off until they have a large enough supply built up to accommodate the orders that may come in later on.  But as I mentioned above I've been on the same blade all month and it's still going strong.

Thanks for dropping by I will see you again in the morning for a fun Halloween post.

Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

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