Hi! I am looking for the best scissors for detail cutting for papercrafts-which scissors has the best tip for getting into tiny places? Are titanium scissors better than other metals? What would you recommend? Thanks Diane Standish
— Diane Standish, PA on Feb 20, 2012

Titanium scissors are thought to be more durable than stainless steel scissors. Most are also considered non-stick, meaning adhesive won't make your scissors gooey and hard to cut with. However, you can find non-titanium scissors that are also non-stick. Here are a few links to scissors we've used for detail cutting that we carry on the Annex:

http://www.archiversannex.com/Kushgrip-Non-Stick-Scissors-5--T814/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=109&ProductID=750&PPG=3&RootCatCode=11250

http://www.archiversannex.com/Kushgrip-Household-Scissors-65--835/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=109&ProductID=14870&RootCatCode=11250

http://www.archiversannex.com/Honey-Bee-Scissors-Non-Stick-EKCB06/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=109&ProductID=20203&PPG=4&RootCatCode=11250

http://www.archiversannex.com/Cutter-Bee-Scissors-Original-EKCB01/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=109&ProductID=20200&PPG=4&RootCatCode=11250

Each of these scissors work really well, so it ends up boiling down to a personal preference. Any of these scissors would be great for detail cutting.

Stop by your local Archiver's anytime and they'll be more than happy to help you find the right scissors for you!