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I've used this very cutter on my radial arm saw (which I don't have anymore). With the radial arm saw you need to be very careful that your work piece doesn't lift or raise in any way. It ruins the piece. That's why I prefer using a table saw. If the piece raises, no harm.
Cute idea, but … Such a stack of magazines would be way too heavy for me to easily move. Love the look, though. Very creative.
Yeah, but not in this context. I'm a reluctant English police guy. Hate it, but when it's wrong (as in the case of 'weaved' cloth,) it's wrong.
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I have reams and reams of office paper for recycling--and it's printed on only one side. I'm thinking of making the flowers from this paper and lightly spray painting the finished flower, or ever tea staining it. Thanks for the idea to get me started.
I saw some interesting folded paper shapes at the Guggenheim not too long ago, and was inspired to try some on my own. I've been doing paper folding since 4th grade (in the 1940's) and have kept it up, but always love new things such as this. I save many travel brochures and other things we get in the mail for their high quality paper. The paper stands up well to folding and makes more sense than recycling at the curb, for me, that is. Thanks 'ooochristopher' for the post. More people need to know about stuff like this. Check out Dutch Paper Girl on YouTube for more ideas.