Stationery - Chiswick

The Cutting edge – Tonic guillotines.

Posted on 30 Apr 2015

I have a whole arsenal of trimmers and guillotines in my work space.  But I have a special few that make my life so much easier.
My favorites are the Tonic guillotines – big and small. I use my Tonic guillotines all the time for everything and they simply work.
I cut anything and everything from my photos, photo matts to small stamped pieces of cardstock and paper with them.
so sweetFor this double page layout I created a whole bunch of stamped elements. I used different coloured inks to stamp my design onto
white cardstock and then trimmed them smaller using my Tonic guillotine. It took me a few seconds to trim my stamped images
smaller and into different sizes in a few easy steps.
detail 2aWith my guillotine I can cut small pieces measuring 2×2 and 1×1 inches.
While the guillotines come in different sizes my favourites are the 6×8.5 inch and the 6.25 inch guillotine.
I also have the 6×12 inch guillotine from Tonic and use it all the time for larger cuts.
This truly is the best and most versatile guillotines for cutting photos, paper and cardstock.
detail 1a
From a stamped piece of cardstock measuring 4×6 inches, I trimmed off the edges
step 1
Then cut the stamped images into smaller pieces measuring 2×2 inches and used them on my layout
step 3There is no easier way to cut small pieces than the versatile, sturdy and super accurate Tonic Guillotines.
Textured C/Stock 216g 12″ X 12″ Caramel 10 Shts/Pck sb5030
Textured C/Stock 216g 12″ X 12″ Taffy 10 Shts/Pck sb5000
Textured C/Stock 216g 12″ X 12″ Butter 10 Shts/Pck sb5020
Craft Guillotine – 6.25″ pct809
Craft Guillotine – 8.5″ pct808

I have had my Tonic Guillotines for years and they are my go to cutters.
Quality that will be a great investment for any crafter.
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Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.

Website: http://www.jowilnanolte.blogspot.com