If you’re tired of wasting your wrap papers and spending your valuable time to cut them with scissors or blade – it’s high time you grabbed a little Elf wrapping paper cutter. The cutter gives a more efficient experience and cuts your wrapping papers faster without stress. Its cylindrical shape curls perfectly around your wrapping paper roll and walks through it like a sliding door for a fine-edged cut.
Little ELF Wrapping Paper Cutter is Efficient
With this product, you won’t have to deal with jagged paper ends anymore. This paper cutter saves time and energy with great efficiency. With an inner slicer, it gives straight and precise cuts that don’t deviate from the cutting line. It makes your gift nice and more presentable.
Keeps your Papers from Unrolling
The tube shape of the cutter organizes your gift wrapping papers by preventing them from unrolling. It also holds the papers in place to prevent them from falling off. Because of its flexible fit, the cutter holds your papers firmly to prevent them from getting wrinkled when you store them.
How to use the Little ELF Wrapping Paper Cutter
To use this product, all you need do is insert your paper roll into the cutting tube, hold the desired paper portion out and slide the tube over it for a fine cut. The cutter is suitable for any paper wrapper, ranging from aluminum foil, vinyl, to other rolled craft papers.
It’s Durable and Makes Appealing Wrapper
The cutter is durable and its blade doesn’t extend to the outside for safety. The blade doesn’t get rust and it remains sharp for as long as you’re using it.
Take this cutter along with you to an event decoration work or get it for a friend or a family member who’s an event planner and they’ll always have you to thank for it.
Properly wrapped gifts often tell a lot about their contents. Gifts with jagged ends and rough surfaces are not appealing to the eye. Apart from giving smooth edges – this product also gives your papers smoother surfaces as you won’t have to lie on the papers during cutting.
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