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    Krissy
    Krissy
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      I want to get a large circle cutter – anyone have a recommendation on a good one?

      "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

      #78366

      Do you have a Circut?????

      I've tried most of the circle cutters on the market and haven't found one I'm really in love with

      #78367

      craftysprinkles
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        I'm like Kathi, I'm not impressed with anything that I've seen.
        What I do love is the Crafter's Workshop template http://store.scrapbook.com/cf-tcw79.html and my Cutter Bees.

        #78368

        I use either my cricut or sillhouette sd….I think a long time ago I had something from Creative memoires…that I used. But it wasn't all that great…otherwise I am sure I would know where it is….lol

        #78369

        Hey great question. No cricut here and I have not found a circle cutter that I love that is large. The MS circle cutter is just OK bt only goes to 6 inches.

        #78370

        Meg will probably kill me for saying this but I cut a bunch of circles in different sizes with my Circut to use as samples> now I just use them and cut by hand

        #78371
        Krissy
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          I have a Cricut, but one of the early ones that only takes 6 paper. I have the Creative Memories circle cut system and that is great for circles smaller than 6 but I want bigger. Had to trace a bowl and a plate yesterday, LOL! Yeah, I'm not crazy about cutting out circles by hand 'cause I'm not so good at it. If I'm distressing it, then its ok.

          "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

          #78372

          Since I distress most of my stuff hand cutting isn't a problem!

          #78373

          love the crafter's workshop template 🙂

          #78374

          Maggi and I think alike: I use one of my 9 or 8 inch plates and trace it. Since I took that tut about circle punching you can't see my cutting imperfections. Or, i'll use the Exacto knife if I want a cleaner cut.

          #78375

          Snagg1
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            I have a Cricut and a circle cutter. I don't use my circle cutter. It's not great and it only cuts up to 6 inches.

            #78376
            Krissy
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              Meg will probably kill me for saying this but I cut a bunch of circles in different sizes with my Circut to use as samples> now I just use them and cut by hand

              <tapping foot and giving the evil eye>
              Ummm….. excuse me?????

              #78377

              lol!

              #78378

              I have CM circle cutter-ok. Another one that does up to 7 in–ok. Cricut Expression does up to 11 something and that is the best!

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              craftysprinkles
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                Meg will probably kill me for saying this but I cut a bunch of circles in different sizes with my Circut to use as samples> now I just use them and cut by hand

                She's gonna kill me, too. Actually, if you want a perfect cut, the Cricut is a great option. The thing about the CW template is that you can pretty much see through it and play with the size before committing to paper.

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