While getting ready for my next show (tomorrow, FYI), I discovered that I had used up all of the hanging tags that I printed last year. I thought I had some left, but alas, I did not. So I had to get out my computer, take it into the room where I keep the printer, connect them, pull out my fancy cardstock paper, print out a few sheets of tags, and then proceed to cut them up before I punched a hole in the top, threaded them, and attached with a tiny safety pin (after writing on them what the item is all about). It’s a bit time consuming. I keep wondering if there is a better way, but in the mean time, I am so happy I bought my little paper cutter! I found it at Pat Catan’s in their scrapbooking department. It just has a straightedge and sliding blade. Super simple and such a huge help, especially after the year I cut out every single tag by hand with scissors. Ever since then I would say my paper “trimmer” is one of the best non-fiber tools I have bought (not counting my computer).
Question: What is your favorite non-fiber tool that helps you along with your fiber endeavors?
Second question: So, it seems that these posts are basically my personal thought with a related question to the readers. I have been enjoying putting them together and really love reading your responses. But I’m not sure what I should call these. “Friday’s Question” is a little boring. Should the name have something to indicate it’s a regularly occurring entry? Any thoughts? Thank you as always!