A Fiskars Tutorial with Jennifer McGuire!

Hi Bloggers! Happy Sunday! I hope the weekend is treating you well!

Today we have a special video from Jennifer McGuire to give us some education on the New Fiskars Procision Trimmer.

Here are some key features of this awesome new trimmer:

  • Ideal for making straight, precise cuts through multiple sheets of cardstock, chipboard and grunge board, plus more traditional crafting materials like paper and vellum
  • Dual-rail system eliminates blade wiggle for straight, precise cuts
  • Spring-action rotary bypass blade stays sharp so it never needs to be replaced
  • Built-in smudge guard keeps your crafting materials fingerprint-free while you cut
  • Grid line measurements on the top and bottom provide versatile use
  • Long-lasting work surface provides accurate measurements every time
  • Rubberized feet offer excellent stability
  • Folding design provides space-saving storage and transport
  • Lifetime warranty

It’s true, every crafter needs a good paper trimmer.  In addition to introducing this new heavy duty trimmer, Jennifer also features a couple other Fiskars trimmers, so hopefully this video will help you decide which one best fits your needs!

Thanks for reading today!

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Stephanie Leykauf
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One Comment on "A Fiskars Tutorial with Jennifer McGuire!"

  1. Kristi R. says:

    Hi! I watched older videos here about week ago and this video really helped me. I live in Tallinn, Estonia and we don’t have many shops where you can get staff for card making. So when I visited Helsinki, Finland I bought Fiskars cutter with titanium blade. Found out that these cutters can be used also as a scoring board- the cutting blade runs in a groove in board and you can use this groove for a scoring. Just place your card on to that groove and use your bone folder and you will have perfect score line. So even with limited tools (or budget) you still can make beautiful cards!


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