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Posted 5/17/2013 by pheestand in General Scrappin'

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Posted: 5/17/2013 10:52:56 AM
WRMK has a 3x4 punch coming out. Also MFT sells a 3x4 die. There's a regular one and one that has a notebook edge. I know some people use their paper trimmer or craft knife and cut down paper themselves.

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Posted: 5/17/2013 10:59:50 AM
WRMK - We R Memory Keepers -.they are coming out with a 3x4 punch, my only complaint about it is that the price point is around $31. Personally, I just cut my own using my paper trimmer.

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Posted: 5/17/2013 12:57:33 PM
Since it is all rectangles I just use my paper trimmer. It's an easy job for sitting in front of the TV!
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Posted: 5/17/2013 5:04:01 PM
I too am using up my stash (although I have purchased a few products that I just couldn't resist ). I just use my paper trimmer also. I am having so much fun using up my embellishments making journaling cards out of my stash.


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Posted: 5/17/2013 7:08:43 PM
all you 'need' is a corner rounder and a paper trimmer

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Posted: 5/17/2013 10:04:54 PM
I went through my stash and chose papers that I wanted to use. I sat in front of the tv one evening while we were watching a movie and cut them into 4x6 sheets. Easy!!!! I sorted them by color and put them in a Sterilite lidded bin. Yes, I have bought kits and have enough to last me for years.... but I wanted to use my stash and I like having a mix ready at my disposal. Just use a trimmer and slice away!!!

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Posted: 5/17/2013 10:14:49 PM
agree! use a paper trimmer and a corner round and you're done

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Posted: 5/18/2013 1:11:22 AM
"Saw the Project Life albums on HSN for the first time. I had heard about them, but didn't understand what exactly they were until yesterday. Since then, I've searched and read a lot of the Project Life past threads here, and I'm intrigued. I'm thinking this would be a good fit to help get me caught up in my scrapbooking.

Having said that, I have a whole bunch of scrapbooking supplies from the old school methods I've been used to over the past 15 yrs or so.

The one main question I have is this... is there a die out there that will die cut the scrapbooking papers I currently have (collected!) into the correct sizes to fit in the pockets of the page protectors? I don't have a cameo, cricut or fancy cutters- I'm old school with the original quickut and sizzix machine. Is there any hope for me or am I doomed to either choosing to purchase a cutting machine, or hand cutting the papers to the right sizes?

Thank you in advance for your help!"

There is a punch!
I'm pretty sure I saw it on the WRMK website
It's 3x4 with rounded corners

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Posted: 5/18/2013 1:13:32 AM
I forgot up mention, with the right trimmer you can cut a stack of papers all at once

I can't cut a big stack of 12x12 papers into 4x6 and 3x4 pieces in about 2 minutes

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Posted: 5/18/2013 2:07:01 AM
You don't actually need to round the corners.

I cut papers with a trimmer and call it good. I thought it would bother me to mix those in with stuff that's already rounded, but it doesn't.

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Posted: 5/18/2013 8:15:38 AM
Paper trimmer is all. Cut 4x6, 6x4 and 3x4 and 4x3 depending on the protectors you purchase. You don't need a fancy die cutting device. Just a paper trimmer.

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Posted: 5/19/2013 7:15:05 PM
I just use a trimmer too. Gives you lots of flexibility without buying anything new.

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Posted: 5/19/2013 11:55:12 PM
I bought The Crafter's Workshop dies, one is a 3x4 and the other is 4x6 with rounded corners. My Creative Time has a 3x4 die with stitched edges. The WRMK punch coming out may work better as you can see through the top so you can line up what you are cutting. But I am loving the dies, I use up scraps and run them through my Big Shot.

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