I finally got some new blades for my utility knife. How many years I used this one, is anyone’s guess.It was used so long because it was my last one and the sheer fact that I didn’t want to drive to the hardware for just such a small purchase, never remembering them when I did have other purchases. Well, I finally bit the bullet and bought a 50 pack yesterday. That pack will most likely outlive me. My old blade is quite a work of art. I will say, it is quite easier to cut things with a sharp blade. 2 of the many things I have learned in life: Never buy crappy cheap tape and keep new blades handy. As a footnote, you know you are from a different generation when the symbol above (#) represents the word number or the pound sign, not a “hashtag”. Was the word hashtag around before tweeting? Hmm.
Oh boy that has seen some work! At least your new blade will be safer – nothing more dangerous than a blunt blade.
Ha, yes! No kidding, with rust on it to boot. And on top of that, for some reason, I have been clumsy lately. Not sure why. But it isn’t normal, and it has been a pain, literally.
It is a little work of art. You should put it in a little frame with that history ! It could really work for Sue Ellyn’s Yellow challenge too !
It is up on my little display shelf, I thought it was nifty enough not to throw away. It would look really cool in a frame. Nice idea!!! Plus, it felt weird putting the deadly tetanus weapon in the trash.
I will have to check out the Yellow Challenge! Fun!
Do you have the link?It’s on my last post I think !
I found it, thank you!!!
I will add it to the challenge! Thank you for the suggestion. 😉
It’s perfect and as an exacto knife aficionado I love the thought !
yea~ !~ FRAY MITT !
I will! I will post what it looks like when I am done. 😉
LOL! Don’t hold your breath. I have 10 million projects….and too many responsibilities. Haven’t even done last week’s Photo Challenge. Ah, the rat race of life. But, I will, someday! It will be such a fantastic surprise! 😉
I really look forward to it! I also completely understand!
I am sure. But you asking helps immensely!
It’s a no pressure kind o thing ! : )
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