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Old 04-19-2012, 08:04
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Default Re: I got a woodburner...now what?

I agree. The key to using it, is to be quick, so you don't have to clean between cuts. The little bit I get on the woodburner tends to burn off between cuts.
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Old 04-19-2012, 08:22
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Default Re: I got a woodburner...now what?

I haven't try using one - my DD does though and she is getting really good with it!
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Old 04-19-2012, 09:00
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Default Re: I got a woodburner...now what?

I used mine a couple times, but now it's in a box somewhere and I just think for me it's easier to use a lighter. I know some of the girls here use theirs a TON... I just never got the hang of it and over the fear of burning my entire house down.. I'm not a professional either though!
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Old 04-20-2012, 11:15
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Default Re: I got a woodburner...now what?

Originally Posted by amber102083 View Post
Unfortunately, I don't use mine as often as I had originally anticipated I would. It's an amazing time saver for when you're making a lot of cuts, such as cutting korker ribbon or cutting ribbon to line clips. However, for just a cut here and a cut there while making a bow, I have personally found it more efficient to just use scissors and a lighter. Especially for v-cuts. For a perfect v-cut every time, just fold your ribbon end in half lengthwise and make one diagonal cut.
I am such a dork...I never thought about that before!!

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