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Honey3.14's picture
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Help!

I've tried using my rounder to cut circle pictures but everytime I do, it gets slightly off center and ends up making a triangular circle and it just looks like a preschooler did it. Not the look I'm going for. Any tips?

MommyCB's picture
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Hmmm, I don't know what kind of cutter you are using, but have you tried repositional tape to keep the photo from moving? Put a little piece on the back of the photo, then try cutting. HTH!

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MommyCB's picture
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wow, what a cutter! I have never seen one like that. Sorry I can't be of more help. Maybe one of the other girls has one?

AshnBill's picture
Joined: 11/06/06
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I've never seen that cutter ever! It's weird it's not cutting for you. It says it cuts photos. Hmmm...

Joined: 12/22/06
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I noticed if I don't apply enough pressure then it won't cut right and I have a completely different cutter.

Mommy2007's picture
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are you using the circle cutter guide with it? i just glanced at the website and it said something about a gripper foot as well.... is that still on the bottom of the circle cutter?

maybe the cutter is only to be used with the guide....
i'd try charys' idea first though

Honey3.14's picture
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The grip is on the bottom. The problem is, if I apply pressure to it, then it sticks too well and I can't move it in a smooth circle. If I don't apply the pressure, it doesn't cut. Maybe I just need another cutter. What do you all use and how do you like them?