Crafty World Pro Quality Cutting Mat 18 x 24″-60% Off Today – Sturdy Self Healing Mat is the Perfect Cutting Mat For All Arts & Crafts – Use Our Cutting Mats for Quilting, Sewing, Workshop or Any Other Craft or Hobby – 10 Year 100% Money Back Guarantee!

Our Crafty World Self Healing Cutting Mat will shortly be available.

Here’s the details.

Never worry again about you or your children damaging your table or work surfaces or blunting your cutting blades.

Introducing the 9 x 12, 12 x 18, and 18 x 24 cutting mat designed by us at CraftyWorld in the USA which offers you the following;

  • Self-healing long lasting surface automatically reseals after cuts
  • Most popular size ideal for most crafting or workshop projects
  • Ideal for both rotary cutters and various straight blades
  • Grid lines, angles and 1/8 inch measurements for detailed cutting
  • Extends the life of your blades & protects work surfaces
  • Great for scrapbooking, workshops, craft projects, kids school projects, and much more
  • Modern color with non slip bottom

The mat is self-healing so any cuts get automatically resealed thanks to the the unique design of the quality materials used.

Our Self-healing mats are made from the highest quality materials and have grids printed on both sides to double the life & extend the usability and are a full 3mm thick.

Not only will this mat protect your table and drawing area from cuts but it will also increases the life of your cutting blades.

Cutting Mat - Edges are accurately  numbered and graduated with 1/8 measurements and various common cutting angles are printed on the matEdges are accurately numbered and graduated with 1/8 measurements and various common cutting angles are printed on the mat.

This is the most popular size ideal for most crafting and workshop projects.


We include our unconditional full 10 years 100% money back guarantee.

Visit this link now to get our cutting mat on

Written by Jane


One of Jane’s favorite hobbies is working with handicrafts, especially scrapbooking and sewing. She  is also and avid quilter whenever she can find the time along with her trusty dog side Corry. Jane has plenty to share  to help you learn  and enjoy more about all the popular handicrafts as well as the best tools to use.


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  12. Ted Luciani says:

    Be careful if your Matt does not heal itself — you can get injured. TO BE SAFE: Run your hand over the surface to ensure no cut marks are present. Especially if you are using an Xacto blade. A scored surface on a matt board that has not healed itself can derail your blade and you can get cut.

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