So we know the E1 will cut onion paper, adhesive backed paper and construction paper but how will it do with regular paper? Well I found out when my friend asked if I would help her daughter with a car wash sign.
I thought they were going to bring construction paper but instead it was regular weight paper, like copy paper, in neon colors much like the picture on the left. I didn't tell them I never cut this type of paper in a machine before as I didn't want them to think they needed to go get different paper and I was curious as to how well it would cut in the E1.
Using Make The Cut I designed the sign the night before they came over so I could just cut it once they came over. I already had it loaded up and saved in Design Space so it was just a matter of opening up DS and get to cuttin.
As you can see the paper cut fabulously and of course Katy had the cutest sign at the car wash. Evidently it was so cute they decided to laminate it for future use since the Cougann's do fundraisers throughout the year. I did use cardstock making the car and there were like 4 different varieties used and once again the E1 cut them all like a champ.