18 mm cutter, optional scalpel
Imperatively with a thin blade and spare blades if you want to keep a clean cut. If you want to make cutting details or cut roundings I recommend the scalpel.
Pair of scissors
If ever the brand Fiskar is a good brand without surprises!
Or a big thick cardboard recovery, to avoid damaging your pretty table!
This is not neccessary but it's the best of the best! I provided with the plans an SVG file which allows to cut directly, for my part I use a KNK force.
Or metal plate with neodymium magnets
Very handy these fine and powerful magnets will help you keep your plans on your color sheets
You'll need a tip to mark the folds, an old ball pen will do the trick or a plastic lead mine-less
A metal ruler is ideal for marking the fold and for cutting.
For my part I bought a Cleopatra bottle with an applicator that you can see on the tutorials and I filled it for more savings with large bottles to buy in supermarkets. Prefer a non-fast glue at the beginning, if you want more time to stick.
It is necessary to have simple clothespins that can at least tighten up to 20 mm
In addition, you will need paper towels to clean the excess glue, a printer and 80g paper to print the plans.