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PC Silent Setter Comments

The comments on yesterday's article about the Provocraft Silent Setter were fantastic! This is what it's all about! I would have to say that most of you hate this tool! LOL! I will definitely be adding some of your comments into the article before archiving it on this site.

Also, the following two comments were be chosen to receive a RAG (Reader Appreciation Give-away) because they were thorough and very informative...

Anti Silent Setter CJandErik said...

Couldn't disagree more. The making memories tool kit is the go to for sure. Yes. you need a good surface... but it always works. No finesse needed. Additionally the sewing kit, the craft knife, the straight edge, the rub-on tool... all keepers. the only thing in my arsenal that has made it to every crop outside of my house is the the Making Memories tool kit....and come to think of it, my making memories tool kit came with a pad for setting.

Pro Silent Setter cassie d'ambrosio said...

I purchased this when I first started scrapbooking about 3 years ago. I was mostly scrapping at night in my bedroom after the kids went to sleep and it was noise.I haven't had any problems getting a clean cut with it. I push it down and kind of move it around, almost like tracing a small circle. It works every time. I was a TA at CKC for a class where we used this tool. Many scrappers seemed to have a hard time with it until I showed them the roll trick. I recently used this to make holes on a layout (in a large circle shape) without any eyelets. This is the technique from that CKC class. I used a combination of all three sizes that the Silent setter comes with.

original layout by Cassie d'Ambrosio

Hey girls! Please send your contact info to with Comment RAG Winner in the subject line.

And thanks to ALL for your wonderful comments!


cassie d'ambrosio said...

Wow! What a nice surprise. Thank you for making my day!

CJJohnson said...

A wonderful surprise. I had no idea being snarky and opinionated could pay off. I am a very lucky girl.