Tools & Accessories

  • Circle Cutter
  • Circle Cutter

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The X-ACTO Designer Series Circle Cutter easily adjusts to cut any size circle up to 5 7/8” in diameter.Use the circle cutter with photos, paper, and cardstock.  Includes extra blades in storage compartment on the back of the circle cutter.

To adjust the size of the circle, loosen the adjustment knob and slide the circle cutter to the desired diameter using the inch and mm scales as a guide, then tighten the knob.

To cut or trace a circle, hold the circle cutter by the post and place the needle at the center of the circle. Rotate the circle cutter while pressing the blade or lead into the material. Use the centerpoint protector to avoid a needle mark at the center. Simply align the protector at the center of the circle and the place the needle in the hole on top.

Photography Tip - Creating the Perfect Bokeh

Have you ever wondered how to get the beautiful "blurry-background" effect when taking pictures of your crafty masterpieces? It's easier than you think with a little knowledge of how to use your camera's aperture settings. The official photography term for the blur in the background is bokeh. The first step is to make sure you are shooting your pictures in manual mode. Turn your camera's dial on the aperture setting (Av for Canon, A for Nikon) and set it to the lowest possible number. The lower the aperture, the blurrier the background should be. Have fun playing with the settings. You will soon be be a pro at highlighting your craft masterpiece in a beautiful photographic image with a lovely bokeh effect.