CHA Summer 2012 New Vendor Spotlight: KellyCraft “Get It Straight” Laser Square

July 25, 2012

CHA Coverage, Craft News


I loved checking out all of the new vendors & products at CHA Summer 2012. One product that caught my eye was the “Get It Straight”  Laser Square by KellyCraft.

It’s for crafters who LOVE perfection and have  a yen for gadgets: it has a laser light so you can line up seams, photos, etc. And there are some cute “skins” so you can trick out your Laser Square to make it your own.

Want to learn more about it? Check this video!


Do you think this would be a tool you would use in your crafting? Tell us about it!

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5 Responses to “CHA Summer 2012 New Vendor Spotlight: KellyCraft “Get It Straight” Laser Square”

  1. Tammy Says:

    This is an awesome tool. I am one that lives for working with straight lines. This will definitely help me out with that! Like the size of the product as well. Not too bulky

  2. Caryn S. (Scrapnsing) Says:

    Woo hoo! Papercraft and LASERS…fantastic! DH loves his laser tools and now I can have something just like his for my crafts! The only thing that would make it even better (if possible!) is to put another laser on it that comes from the other arm so that you could have crosshairs to center objects perfectly!

  3. Laurie H. Says:

    I am very intrigued by this tool. I only wish that it had another laser perpendicular but I guess you are suppose to square up in the corner of the “L”. It would be nice to be able to align in both directions. I don’t have any idea how much this costs but I would definitely consider adding it to my toolbox!

  4. Gretchen Says:

    definitely…. I have problem getting things straight!!! will love to learn about it!

  5. Teresa Jaye Says:

    I agree with Laurie, my first thought was “why doesn’t it have a laser going both vertically and horizontally?” It’s cool but I really don’t need another gadget in my space!

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