Today we wanted to share with you a product spotlight on the Imaginisce i-magicut Ribbon Cutter and Sealer. I don’t know about you all, but I consider ribbon to be one of my paper crafting “staples”. I use it in just about every project I make. As much as I love ribbon, one of the things that has frustrated me for years when I work with ribbon, is that inevitably, when a project gets handled, the ribbon starts to fray. Now if you’re going for a shabby-chic look that’s fine, but when you’re striving for clean and simple, or simply clean, then frayed ribbon just doesn’t cut it! That’s where the Imaginisce i-magicut Ribbon Cutter and Sealer comes in.
This machine is designed to cut and seal synthetic ribbons up to 3″ in width – and it will give you straight cuts, angled cuts as well as fish-tail style cuts. It’s important to note the “synthetic” part as it will not cut or seal cotton ribbons or natural fibbers properly – so make sure you keep that in mind when you are working on your projects. We always recommend that if you’re not sure what your ribbon is made of, then it’s a good idea to test a little scrap of the ribbon.
In the video below, Tracy shows you exactly how to use this little machine. It’s filmed in two parts so make sure you watch both parts of the video.
In addition to the review, Tracy has also created a video tutorial for you on this Ribbon Thank You card, which uses the i-magicut Ribbon Cutter and Sealer.
You can view a video on how to make this Ribbon Thank You card below:
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