Fiskars - ShapeCutter

Fiskars - ShapeCutter


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A new and innovative way to cut shapes! The ShapeCutter™ features a stylus blade that turns in the direction of your cut, making it easy to cut any shape. The cutter also features an adjustable depth so you can use Fiskars new ShapeTemplates™ for making exact shapes. Choose from a variety of templates including basic shapes like squares and hearts, or get creative with borders, frames, and tags. The adjustable depth lets you cut a variety of different papers from light vellums to heavy cardstocks.

  • Includes 2 blades
  • Easy to use
  • Clear base makes cutting easy
  • Adjustable swivel blade depth
  • Convenient storage cap
  • SKU: F-04800 UPC: 078484048009

    Reviews and Ratings

    Avg. Rating
    86% of buyers would recommend
    • By:
      Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      Great inexpensive cutter but takes some practice

      This is an awesome cutting tool but it's not for everyone, as I've heard mixed reviews from some. I happen to love mine, it is excellent for those of us who want to cut a variety of shapes and borders but don't want to spend the money on more expensive cutting systems. You'll need to practice using this at first - make sure the templates and cutting board are right side up and that you hold the cutter correctly. Be sure you press this AGAINST the template as you cut (not DOWN towards the paper, that will lead to snagging). Cut slowly. Once you get the hang of this, it cuts like buttah and the results are fabulous! You'll have to adjust this for different paper thicknesses, this cuts through photos and almost all my papers just fine! I must admit I have a hard time cutting my thickest Club Scrap cardstock with this, but in those rare instances I just use the templates to trace designs that I free-cut. I really enjoy creating all these shapes and borders with this inexpensive cutter!

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    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      Great once you know how

      I bought one of these years ago, gave it a couple of tries and gave up - sold it on Ebay.

      Then last year I went to a retreat where a Fiskars rep was doing a make and take using them - I rolled my eyes and thought it would be a huge disaster... 100% wrong!

      Once I was shown how to use this, I haven't stopped using it on nearly everything I do!

      Just a matter of holding it right and you can't go wrong - there are so many templates available, but my favourite is the circle!

      Give it a chance and if you have trouble, try and get someone to show you how - once you know, you'll wonder what you did without it!

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    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      My new favorite tool!

      I absolutely love this product! I purchased the starter kit originally and although I didn't get the hang of it at first, once I watched the instructional video that came with it, I was hooked. Even though it looks relatively easy to use (and it is!) there were several key pointers on the video that really made a difference. I now use this constantly! I love the borders on the templates as well as the variety of shapes available. I did find cutting out the square and the rectangular shapes a bit more difficult than the circle and ovals, but once I slowed down and didn't rush, it really wasn't a problem at all.

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    • By:
      Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      Love this!

      This is one of the first scrapbook tools I purchased for myself and I still love it. This is easy and comfortable to use. I like how you butt the center part against the template instead of holding the bare blade against it like some other systems, I have never cut into my template and gouged it yet. It is also very sturdy. Mine has been dropped several times and while it has popped apart once or twice it always has gone back together with no damage to any of the parts. This is the only template tool I recommend to anyone.

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    Product Questions & Answers

    • An Anonymous User
      Exactly how do you use the cutter? I still have the cutter but have given up on it as it gouges the template and tears the paper   By: User (01-Jul-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
      • You need to use the Fiskars (or similar) self-healing cutting mat under the template. Use the Fiskars orange templates (multiple shapes on an 8.5 x 11 thick plastic) and make sure the template is placed so that the raised grid marks are next to the paper and NOT on the side where the cutter should glide. Press on the template firmly so that it doesn't slide as you push the cutter around the outline. It may still take a few attempts to get the correct feel; the blade should glide and swivel as you move it around the outline shape. I always go around twice unless I'm positive there are no spots where the blade didn't cut all the way through the paper after the first pass. Good Luck! By: GramBicki (02-Jul-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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