Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Have you ever been working on a project, cutting paper to your heart's content?  Then you notice that your cuts aren't as sharp as they should be.  But you're already in your comfy pants with your hair in a ponytail and you just don't want to go out to the store to get a new blade for your paper trimmer.  Or maybe you're just frugal and want your blade to go as far as it possibly can. 

What can you do?


That's right.  The answer to your dulling blade is right in your kitchen.  Simply take a piece of tinfoil and make a few cuts with your trimmer, just as if you were cutting paper.  Don't forget to turn your blade around and sharpen the other side too.

Tinfoil can also work to sharpen your punches.  Slide in a piece, punch a few shapes and your punch will be good to go again.


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