When my rotary blade gets too dull to use for cutting fabric,
I use it for cutting rolls of wrapping paper for gifts. I have
found it works excellent
great idea - I did something very similar in April. I was making a personalized notebook for a little boy's 5th birthday (yes, he does write, and very well!), and I needed to cut the cover to fit. That old blade did very well. I hadn't thought of the gift wrap though.
Can they be sharpened?? Seems such a waste if they cannot but I have never seen a way to have it done.
I purchased a sharpener at JoAnns and i have used it often. However, after sharpening the blade 4 or 5 times the blade is no longer fit for fabric.
Iguess that would work, if I had two and remembered which one was dull or kept the dull one with the paper products.
nail polish dots???
Good idea Maryjo. I keep a jar with used up needles, pins and blades for discard. After reading your tip I fished out the rotary blades to save for future paper projects. Waste not.