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Make the Cut with the Clevercut family

When we first launched the Clevercut Maxi back in January, the response was phenomenal! You're just loving the versatility that the newest addition to the Clevercut family gives you! With the ability to cut up to five sheets of A3 card lengthways, this tool is perfect for use with our Snow White 16" x 16" cardstock, and will enable you to cut your card to size for your super-size enveloboxes too!
Those of you who missed out on our first shipment of the Clevercut Maxi, you'll be pleased to know that it is now back in stock! Priced at just £39.99, it is the perfect tool for those embracing the 'Big is Back' crafting trend of the moment.
For those with a smaller trimmer in mind, the Clevercut 5-in-1 paper trimmer is also back in stock. Priced at just £29.99, this rotary trimmer has four interchangeable blade designs - a straight cut, scoreline, wavy cut and perforated cut (which, incidently, makes a great faux-stitching border to your crafting projects). There's also a fabulous corner rounder punch built in too!
Don't forget to check out the extra blade cartridges we have available too - Contemporary and Classic - each priced at only £9.99!

2 thoughts on “Make the Cut with the Clevercut family”

  • CraftygasheadZo 4th April 2012 at 12:59 pm

    I love my Clevercut Maxi, so easy to use. Looks fab too. Zo x

  • Unremarkable Mammy 7th September 2012 at 11:16 pm

    It's great, except that the plastic guard on the blade bends the card behind the cut. Not a problem if you're cuting out something and discarding the rest but a real problem of you want to use the cut offs as well. It makes it impossible to use for simple tasks like dividing and A4 sheet into four A6 sheets. Only one A6 sheet is left un-bent! In the end I had to unscrew the plastic guard and take it off so that the card was cut and left undamaged.

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