Fringe scissors: Snip. Snip. I couldn’t resist.

Martha Stewart Fringe Scissors! Trust me, I cut a LOT of fringe, and these will save me how many snips? I could be extending the lifeline of the joints in my hand! And I’m dying to see how they work on HAIR. Eh, maybe not just yet. Aren’t they glorious? The possibilities are endless!

My thoughts on the fringe scissors: They are a super cool idea, but they are very heavy and it takes a lot of thumb pressure to snips, some blades cut and others different. It ended up being a little bit of an anxiety experience. I went back to my trusty old school snips.

At the other end of the spectrum is the Fiskars Fingertip Detail Knife! Fiskars sent me a sample to try and I now have several. I no longer use a regular craft knife. I’ve been cutting many a stencil lately and this little knuckle blade works perfect for detail. I’m excited to share that Fiskars has generously donated one of these, a cutting mat and mini-snips to each of our Crafty Chica Cruisers! We’re going to make papel picado stencils!

 

What do you think of fringe scissors, would you try them?

The fingertip craft knife is a go! 

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