So to share some of my findings, I decided to start a MIX & MATCH MONDAY posts to share with you my findings from Mix & Match companies to put together something useful at a lower price.
So...Here we go - MMM post# 001
On today's Mix & Match Monday story I am going to talk about the tool kit I put together for the Martha Stewart Crafts Simple Circle Cutterthat I used to personalized a Captain America Happy Birthday Banner on a previous post HERE.
A while ago, I went to Walmart and I found some blade refills for Martha Stewart Crafts Simple Circle Cutter and since they were 50% off I bought them knowing that blade refills are expensive and that some day I might buy the circle cutter. So a while later, I saw Kristina from Kwernerdesigns.com use this circle cutter for one of her cards and I loved it. I did not have any good circle cutters and this one looked like it was worth buying so I went to Hobby Lobby to see how much it was. It was $19.99 or so and with the the 40% coupon it came out to less than $15. Then, I saw a cutting mat on the clearance section that was perfect for the cutter. It was 12in x 9in, a great size for transport and it seemed very sturdy. The brand is Vantage and it was only $3.59. You can see it HERE. So for less than $20 I have a Circle Cutter kit that includes: Martha Steward Circle Cutter with the three blades that come with it plus 3 extra blades and it's own cutter self-healing mat.
Here is a quick video about my circle cutter kit and how to use the Martha Steward Circle Cutter:
Let me know what you think :)
Thanks for stopping by!
Have you found great deals? if so, comment below :)
**the links on this page are for you to have a better idea of the products I bought. You are more than welcome to buy these products from my amazon account, but I do not guarantee that the price will be the same as the prices I paid. Buying local is always less than buying online due to shippping costs and sales. Thank you!**