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Don't use your beauty tweezers for your favorite hobby. Give your projects a precise touch with the Scrapbook.com Craft Tweezers. Featuring an ergonomic, silicone pad and reverse grip design, these tweezers put precision and control in your hands! Your best heat embossing, embellishing and more will be easier than ever!
Contents: 1 Reverse-grip style craft tweezer with silicone grip
Size: Approximately 5.1" in length
Number of pieces: 1
This is a Scrapbook.com exclusive product
I had some reverse tweezers for years and loved them. I now have appeared to have lost them. Because I have loved Scrapbook.com products in the past, I decided to purchase a replacement set of their own brand. I love them. They are easy to use and come with a cover for the end of the tweezer. I definitely would recommend this product to friends.
I really like these but it is taking time for my brain to adjust to to "reverse" aspect. (I keep wanting to queeze when I'm not supposed to.) But they work really well and are a huge help when working with a lot of small items. My hand doesn't get as tired or sore. I highly recommend these! Arrived quickly!
I have for a while been missing having more than 1 pair of cross-lock tweezers. If I was using the pair I had, either to clamp something for glue to dry or to pick things up with, obviously if I had something else to clamp or pick up, I had to wait until I finished the first task. So, when I saw these tweezers on sale, I grabbed a couple. They work well overall, but I wish the points were a bit sharper. My original tweezers (by another company) have very sharp tips, which makes grabbing things off of my self-healing mat easier. With the Scrapbook.com ones, because the tips are a bit blunt, it takes a little more effort, especially as small paper items tend to cling to my mat when I try to pick them up. I haven't tried these for clamping things together while glue dries, but I don't see that that would be a problem. On my original tweezers, the side pads came loose, so I had to tape them in place with clear Gorilla tape to keep them in place. Time will tell if the pads on these hold up well. Overall, I'd recommend these tweezers. Just expect to possibly struggle a bit with picking up small paper items.
I have a lot of tools in my crafting tool chest, but this one is by far the best of the best!! I pretty much glue everything, and it works so very well holding the tiny bits so I can put small amounts of glue on them and then place those bits where I want them. Such as the tiny dot that goes above an "I" or a "J" in a die cut. Brilliant!
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