If lovin’ my Paper Monster Cutter is wrong . . .I don’t want to be right!

It’s official . . . I’m in love with my Paper Monster Cutter.  Teachers are a strange breed.  Who else would get absolutely, positively giddy over a paper cutter?  We’re it!  So you can imagine the little dance of joy I did when my new paper cutter from My Binding arrived at school for me to try out. If you don’t know them, you have to stop over and check My Binding out.  There store is literally like a candy store for teachers. (I want one of those, and one of those, and Oooooooo do you know what I can do with one of those?) 

I couldn’t wait for the end of the day, I HAD to rip that box and check out right then and there.
It was just so new and pretty . . .lightweight and shiny.  But would it cut?  This is the question I had for My Binding.  You guys know . . . I print and laminate ALOT of stuff.  I mean, I have TWO not one but TWO laminators just to keep up with my work (Scotch lamintors are mighty but slower than Christmas) at home and when I’m lucky, I’ll try and get some laminating done at school.  So this was what my dinner table looked like the day I decided to put it to the test.
Now this sweet little cutter offers you two different cutting options.  One side has the ever popular sliding blade which is great for simple paper cutting (there’s also a little built in corner cutter – love it!!!). 
 Then when you flip it over . . . (cue the Hallelujah chorus) you’ll find my favorite . . . The Guillotine!!!!
This cutter is lightweight (love the handle to carry it around with) but doesn’t wiggle or ‘give’ when cutting. 
It game a very clean cut, easy and precise. It made pretty short work of that enormous pile of laminated cardstock that was cluttering up my table. 
This little Monster has won a coveted spot on my work table in my office (had to move one of the laminators to the floor) and has become part of my posse . . . my crew . . . my new best buddy.  No more running back to school over the weekend to cut up my projects… my goal is to spend less time there and this is one way I’m gonna make it happen. If you haven’t already, go check them out. (just click on their picture below.
Thanks My Binding for letting me test drive this little honey. 

Marsha Moffit McGuire

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