The Ultimate Scrapbooking Tool

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For those who, like me, are into printing your photos and organizing them in themed books...You have to get one of this!!!

I bought my “Fisheye Circle Cutter”: almost at the same time as I bought my camera! It seemed like a must have pair! After all, who else has circled pictures?!

During the first days I thought it was kind of hard to work with…I did a little practicing on other pieces of paper, just so I wouldn’t mess up my pics!! But after a few tries I`d already mastered the art of circle cutting!!! And from them on it was just lots of FUN!!!

Oh…and it’s good to mention: for those who have NO handcraft skills (like myself) the F.C.C. is VERY helpfull!!! That was the only tool that allowed me to make a perfect circle!!!

You can check the results in some of these pictures from my first scrapbook with the Fisheye Circle Cutter!
It gives a hole new dimension to your pics. And your unaware friends are going to look puzzled at you trying to understand how you have a circle picture!

written by maymosciaro on 2011-06-05 in #reviews #accessory #fisheye #scrapbook #lomography #trips #album #circle-cutter #user-review

2 Comments

  1. floriansimon
    floriansimon ·

    Unfortunately, the gallery doesn't work. :(

  2. plasticpopsicle
    plasticpopsicle ·

    @floriansimon Hello, the gallery is now fixed, we hope you can take a look at it again!

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