Paper Cutting Guides for 12×12 and the UK!

Wow Wow Wow!  The response on my paper cutting chart yesterday just blew me away!  I guess I’m not the only one who struggles with that.  I am thrilled that you found the chart so helpful.

I received several requests for a chart for our 12″ x 12″ cardstock or Designer Paper.  I sheepishly asked Mr. Awesome if he could do that for you thinking it would take HOURS and HOURS to do.  Oh my gosh, it was a simple process and in less than a minute it was done.  WAHOO!  He really IS MR. AWESOME!!!  I am so excited to have a chart for 12″ x 12″ and I’m sure you will be too!

Download your copy of the ULTIMATE PAPER CUTTING GUIDE for 12 x 12

Download your copy of the Stampin' Gals Gone Wild ULTIMATE PAPER CUTTING GUIDE - Are you feeling the love?  Oh good!  I love you guys and I LOVE to share great ideas with you!  I also love to show you ways to save money and get the most out of your cardstock.

Now, for my friends in the UK…. I haven’t forgotten about you!  Mr. Awesome made a template for you too!  Wahoo!!!  I hope you enjoy it!

Download your copy of the ULTIMATE PAPER CUTTING GUIDE for the UK

Download your copy of the Stampin' Gals Gone Wild ULTIMATE PAPER CUTTING GUIDE -

I hope that you all enjoy these templates and that they are helpful!

If you missed the video on how to use the chart, here you go!

I am off to my stamp room to create something fabulous for tomorrow!  Well, I’m going to create something.  I’ve only had one cup of coffee and it usually takes three cups before fabulous can even be in my vocabulary.


36 Responses to “Paper Cutting Guides for 12×12 and the UK!”

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  1. Jackie says:

    Thank you so much for the cutting guides and tell your husband thank you too!! 🙂

  2. Margo says:

    Hi Connie, I just downloaded the paper cutting guide for the 12 x 12 paper and want to know if you have can post or send me the paper cutting guide for the 8.5 x 11. Thanks

  3. Cindy Otto says:

    This is totally awesome! Thank you so much for sharing another brilliant idea!

  4. Tricia Davis says:

    OMG! Can you just CLONE that man????? He is MR. AWESOME for sure!!
    Thank you for sharing Connie! 🙂

  5. Maria Rodriguez. says:

    Connie, Connie, Connie…..oh my gosh!! this is really wonderful, your hubby really earns the Title of “Mr. Wonderful”!!! This is so very helpful, specially when you need to cut multiple pieces for a bunch of Holiday cards. Tell your husband thank you so much for being so generous and thank you for sharing this fantastic tool with us.
    Gog Bless you both!!!!!
    Maria Rodriguez from Crown Point, IN.

  6. Tammy Jo Tanner says:

    Thank you for sharing your Mr. Awesome’s talents with us all. I will use this a lot I am sure of it. I waste a lot of paper when I am not using my flash card pieces. I have now printed off for the 12×12 and the 8-1/2×11 Blessings to you all.

  7. Yvonne says:

    From Australia – Awesome, awesome, awesome, thank you – a great item to have. Thanks you to you and your husband, what a gem.

  8. Sally says:

    He certainly is Mr Awesome! Thank you so much for remembering we Brits!

  9. Maria Rodriguez. says:

    Connie, I called your hubby “Mr. Wonderful” instead of “Mr. Awesome” but I’m sure you wont mind, I’m sure he is both!!!!!

  10. Pat Jordan says:

    Thanks to you and your husband! This is the best thing ever!

  11. Lana says:

    Thank you!

  12. Judith says:

    Hi Connie. What a terrific idea. For some reason I didn’t get Tuesday’s post. Could you please send it again? Tell Mr. Awesome thank you, what a guy! You are so kind to share. Thank you.

    • Connie says:

      Judith, I don’t really have the ability to send it again (and you’re not the only one who said they didn’t get it) but you can log into the website and all my posts are there. You can view anything and everything from there. 🙂

      I wish I knew why THIS post didn’t get sent out. I have no clue because WordPress shows that it did.

      Well, I did do an update on WordPress. Maybe its something on their end???

  13. Elisha says:

    This. Is. Amazing! Thanks to both of you! Woot!

  14. Diane says:

    I didn’t realize until this second guide came that I did not get yesterday’s post from SGGW. Hope that’s a one-time thing because I got today’s guide. Went to your site and downloaded yesterday’s, too. I have a little trouble locating old posts. But I love your cards and projects! Thanks so much.

  15. LindaK says:

    Well a big, big thank you to MR AND MRS AWESOME. Will lots of time doing the maths in future. I have saved and printed already. Thank so much too for thinking or all your followers in the UK. Take care x

  16. Sandra Crain says:

    What a fantastic idea. Give Mr AWESOME a BIG hug for his help. I never knew just how much I needed one of these before. It will definitely be residing on my desk top. Bless you.

  17. Millie says:

    This is awesome like you and your husband. I love your job, God bless your hands. 🙂

  18. Pat says:

    OMG! This is going to make things so much easier. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  19. Cory says:

    This is FABULOUS, Connie! Thank you so much for sharing …
    He really is awesome, isn’t he?

  20. Theresa says:

    These are amazing! Now all I need is the eyesight of an 18 year old so I can read the fine print, lol.

  21. bettyjo2012 says:

    Thank you so very much to you AND Mr. Awesome! I don’t have a math brain so trying to figure out how to cut the paper is a major problem for me. When I haven’t cut for a while it’s like trying to remember the formula for physics or something. I have to write everything down and then remember where I put my notes. Thankfully your Flash Card 2.0 instructions are still online for a refresher! I’m finally getting a dedicated craft room and these templates will have a prominent spot on the bulletin board!

    Thanks again from Michigan.

  22. This is awesome, and you are TOO kind to share!!!! Hope to see you at convention in SLC in July! Thanks, again:)

  23. trishreddick says:

    Thanks you so much for both guides. I do lots of multiples of cards for charities and this will come in so handy. Tell MR Awesome that he is appropriately named! I appreciate you both!

  24. Julie Cordisco says:

    Connie, I love this, as it have already commented on another post, but wanted to tell you what I used it for recently! I had a few colors that I hadn’t cut yet for flashcards 1 and 2. I hadn’t cut flashcards In a while and couldn’t remember exactly how to cut them, so I took out the neutral and color pieces from both sets and quickly measured them and used your template to figure out how to best cut them. It was so quick, rather than looking up your videos on you tube and watching for the measurements, thank you so much!!!!! (I know this comment is for the 12 by 12 template, but it was the first one I came by to make a comment!)

  25. Denise Silva says:

    Hi Connie,

    Wonderful Mr. Awesome!
    Could you could please link me to the right place if you have this awesome toll in cm?

    Thanks a lot,
    Denise, xx

    • Connie says:

      Oh Denise, I am so sorry to say that we don’t have it in cm. Changing the paper size was pretty simple to do to help my overseas crafters but cm is a whole other thing. Do you have anything that can help you convert inches into cm?

  26. Debbie says:

    I just saw the cutting guide link posted on Pinterest. Crazy question … how do I print 12×12? The chart would obviously be cut off if I print on smaller paper. My regular printer won’t do 12×12. Can Staples print this size?

  27. Tanya says:

    Love pinterest and found this and absolutely love, love, love. Thank you so much.!!!

  28. Jayme Ziemer says:

    Connie- I just stumbled across your paper cutting guides and they are BRILLIANT! Thank you so much for providing these!!!

  29. Jane Brookes says:

    This 12 x 12 is fab o how I wished I lived next door to you

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