Username Post: Small Precision Tip Scissors        (Topic#1591071)
crichards1
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I need some small precision tip scissors to cut out small pieces of paper. I'm using Creative Memories scissors now, which are great, but I need something smaller with a sharper tip for some things. I'm looking at the EK Success ones. Does anyone have an opinion on these? There aren't any reviews on them. Could you recommend one to me? Thanks.
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aquabunny
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Dunno, I've always just used sharp-tipped cuticle scissors with the curved blades for fine cutting.


 
Unique scrapper
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love, love, love my EK success Cutter Beez. I have several since I constantly misplace on my craft table. However, they are SHARP so be careful.


 
crichards1
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Thank you. I will order the Cutter Bee scissors!


Edited by crichards1 on 09-24-13 01:47 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
dsouza
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This is the Cutter Bee scissors that I love, love, love. However, a friend of mine turned me on to a spring action scissor like the one below, but I think it was a Fiskar brand. Way easier on the hands! And they make very delicte cuts as well.
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Seaexplore
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Cutter bees. For nonstick, honey bees
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Honey Bee Scissors (Discontinued)


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pinkpaperairedale
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I recently got the Fiskars titanium spring action micro tips. LOVE them.


 
Juansmom
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100% agree...with the Cutterbee!!! you will love it! I found one in pink, which is adorbs!!!


 
Kit Scrapo
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Cutter Bee all the way... I've tried so many others, and it really is the best.


 
lcalderone
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In response to Kit Scrapo

Agree, another vote for Cutter Bee!


 
southgirl
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Aquabunny. I agree...cuticle scissors are best and if they fall in the trash by accident (yep, it happens)...just go buy another as they are all just about dirt cheap.


 
SherylEb
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I have the cutterbee scissors, and Fiskars spring loaded, but for my most intricate work, I use the cuticle scissors. They are very sharp. Just wish they were a little bigger. They are hard on the hands after while.


 
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