Paper crafting products for card making and scrapbooking.
Interesting - I'd consider buying it depending on the cost. One for cards would be great, too.Lucille
I have a pretty good eye for positioning things, and for me it would be an over priced gadget. Part of handmade is that things don't look perfect, anyway. I kind of like a slightly off-kilter look.
This would not be a gaget that I would want to spend my money on. The fact that the cost of it was not mentioned tells me that it will probably be pretty expensive.
I'd love to use this, but the price is prohibitive...way out of range. Love the idea, though!
I'd be willing to pay $40 ish for it. If it was more, I'd have to save up and over $50 would probably be too much for something I can do with a ruler I already have. I wish it had lasers going both ways. Now that would be cool! I'd also like to know if it has the mat with it or not. I have an excellent eye for straight but every so often my eye fails me or an optical illusion seems to happen and I get it crooked but don't notice until I take a photo. And for Scrapbooking it would be great as the distances are a bit too far for my eye to be accurate. I'd prefer this size to card making size but I can see that being popular.
it is a wonderful idea. I have no idea of the cost and that would be my major reason not to buy one. I do struggle with getting things straight.tonilea
Interesting product, but for me, not worth the hIGH price. I also wonder about the laser light...battery? what is the product warranty?
I have to agree, it is too expensive and I usually can line up my projects pretty good.
I wonder how much the laser liners for hanging pictures, etc. in the hardware store are? Yeah, a little high priced a gadget for me too.Jackie
The concept is nice, but I agree it's way too expensive. I'd rather spend $ 79 on stamp sets or ink or some other thing to make cards with. If they made one for cards, it would be nice, but I doubt I'd buy that either. I like to create and get on to the next...if I had to pull this out every time to make things straight, I probably wouldn't want to use it.
I would NOT consider it as is for either scrapbooking or card making regardless of the $80 price. I would, however, if it had the lasers in both directions...rather useless the way it is in my opinion. After all, you always have to line up things in both directions!Paper Hugs,Jan
I don't think it's worth the money.........
I think it is a high priced item not worth the cost. I use Perfect Rulers and they are less costly and work wonderfully. I can't eyeball anything straight!!
I think it is a cool tool....but I would rather spend my money on the awesome dies you carry!
I wouldnt buy it because I dont do that kind of precision work with my card and tag making. I like things off-set or angled for interest.
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