Teflon scissors are an artist's best friend. They can take you anywhere - even if you’re wearing sweats!
I have depended on these Tim Holtz teflon scissors to get me out of a tight spot when up-cycling acetate consumer packaging into window decals. They have cut many a rubber stamp sheet with ease. And here I use them to cut through sticky duck tape to create framed edgers for my stencils. They cut through cardboard, chipboard and you can use them on paper in a pinch.
I have them by my side never far from reach when crafting anything. They are easy on the hands and wipe clean every time. I would love to get another pair; the pointy ones for precision.
I bought this pair eons ago and looking them up on line to link here I see I have made an error in calling them "teflon". That is what I call them because it is easy for me to remember when identifying them amidst all my other types of crafting scissors. I see others call them "non-stick". That's too hard to say. The proper name for them if you need a pair is: Tim Holtz Tonic Craft SCISSORS Micro Serrated Non Stick. Get a pair or three, your life will become so much easier. Great investment too!