Wednesday, August 9, 2017

How to Sharpen The Stampin'Up! cutting Blades

How to sharpen Stampin'Up! cutting blades

Hello Friends 
   Just a super quick post to share a tip on how you can sharpen you cutting blades. Note this will not cut like a brand NEW blades but it will give you more cuts before tossing it out. 
In the video also I explain how I save all my dull blades for when I need to cut glitter paper. Even if you cut the glitter paper face down it really take to toll on your blades so always save your dull blades to glitter paper and if you are like me that you have a stash well sharpen a few for your card stock. 
The only extra tool you will need is a nail file and I recommend a strong file one with ruff side and a smooth side. All explain in the video.  

How to sharpen Stampin'Up! cutting blades



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Video ↓ Sharpen the cutting blade *it will NOT be has good as a new blade but it will give you more life to the blade.

Well my Friends this is it for today till next time Happy Sharpen!






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France Martin
France Martin

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks France for the great tips on the Stampin Trimmer maintenance. I have a bag of old blades and I am definitely going to try this to get more use from the blades.

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  2. Thank you so much Frenchie. What a cost saver.

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