Paper Cutters

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  • 12''
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  • Plastic Guillotine Paper Cutter

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<p> The X-ACTO 12&quot; plastic paper trimmer is the perfect companion for creating a scrapbook or other projects. The sturdy design and enhanced safety features make this plastic guillotine trimmer ideal for home use. The plastic base makes it easy to clean up glue or other adhesives.<br /> <br /> The X-ACTO guillotine style paper trimmer is an essential tool for hobbyists, craft artists, photographers or anyone needing to make multiple precision cuts for a perfectly straight edge every time. All of our guillotine paper trimmers are designed for precision and performance guaranteeing you will be able to cut through multiple sheets of a wide variety of different materials:</p> <ul> <li> All paper types</li> <li> Photographs and film</li> </ul> Our guillotine paper trimmersare engineered with only the finest quality materials to produce safe and accurate results every time. X-ACTO hardened steel blades feature our Perpetual Edge self-sharpening system, guaranteeing a perfect edge with every cut. Additionally, all of our guillotine paper cutters feature multi-level safety features to ensure your fingers stay away from the cutting blades. <p> &nbsp;</p>

Squeeze it Out

Get the last bit of paint out of your tubes and save money. You can buy a special tool that squeezes out the last of your paint from the tube, OR you can use tools you most likely already have in your art box. By holding your paint tube on a flat hard surface and using the edge of a palette knife or straight-edged ruler, you can push the last bit of the paint out by starting from the bottom and slowly working your way up to the top until all the paint is gone.