Popular Cutting Blades & Digital Scrapbooking

I have written several articles in the past about the best types of scrapbook paper cutters and would now like to cover some of the most popular types of blades. To start with, digital scrapbooking has significantly increased over the past five years, due in part to some great software and print-quality inkjet printers. Something digital scrapbooking is lacking is texture. Once the page is printed, albeit good looking, it lacks a certain dimension. How does this lead to paper cutting blades? Read on.

Just because digital scrapbooking looks flat doesn’t mean it’s all bad. This type of software can be used to print out some amazing patterns and pages after which photographs can be added. Adding photographs brings a layer of depth to the scrapbook page. Paper cutters can be used to cut borders around those photographs for a unique finished look.

Here at ABC Office the Carl RT-200 has been a favorite among our customers. This is because it has over 11 different blades that can be used. The blades can literally be snapped in and out for a different look. With 11 different blades to choose from, you’ll never get bored. Here are just a few examples of the unique blades we offer.

Scrapbook Paper Cutter Blades (Carl RT-200)

Colonial Blade

Colonial Blade

Victorian Blade

Victorian Blade

Deckle Cut Blade

Deckle Cut Blade

Pinking Blade

Pinking Blade

One Response to “Popular Cutting Blades & Digital Scrapbooking”

  1. Bruno Says:

    Hi Dave!

    Simply LOVED the article! The “Pinking” blade is my favorite. 😉

    XOXOXOXOX

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