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Thread: 85 cent rotory cutter case

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    I found this cheap case today at the office depot.My rotory cutter fits in it just right!!
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    cool idea and now you can make a cover for it in fabric, thanks for sharing with us your cool new idea

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    Now that is a great idea.I am going to definately try that.I just love all of your suggestions and ideas!

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    I have a couple of those! Never thought about my rotary cutter! :thumbup:

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    Great tip, thank you :D:D:D

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    Also Crafty Bear had a great suggestion !! She suggested that you could cover them!!

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    Well who would have thought of that, I have two or thre of these that I use for my pencils for school, ( retired teacher now doing tutorials at Elm. school) I will just have to use them for the same thing. Thanks for the idea.

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    I bought one of these at Staples! Never thought to use it for my rotary cutter. I use mine for crochet hooks. Look like I'll have to go back for a couple more!!! Thanks!

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    I think they would make great Xmas gifts ,just add a rotory cutter and wrap it up..I sure would be a happy camper with one.I will have to go back and get some more.They are on sale at the Office Depot,but I am sure they might have them elsewhere.

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    I really wasn't sure that it would fit in the case,so that is why I just bought one.Now that I know,I sure am getting more.So many colors to choose from too!!

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    Sell/buy that in a quilt shop
    and it'll run ya $10.99!

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    The "Dollar Tree" Store carries these, too!

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    Thank you for that information.I may just go there instead of going to the Office Depot...Thanks a bunch

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    You can probably find them at WalMart as well. That's where I bought my first one for pencils I think.

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    cool

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    What a great idea. Works so well and the price is right.

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    What kind of rotary cutter is that?! does it close when you let go of the handle?

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    Idid the same with mine also can put scissors in them too. Points won't poke thru your bag.

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    All excellent ideas. Thank you. Like the idea of Christmas gift w/ cutter and maybe even an extra blade or two might fit?

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    I have three of them. What a great idea.

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    Great idea!

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    It is an Olfa rotory cutter and it does close by itself when you release the handle.

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    Great idea! Love your cutter and case! :D :D ;)

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