I bought mine so I could do my wedding invitations. Thankfully I decided to splurge on a good pair of cuticle scissors rather than a cheap pair of regular scissors. Cuticle scissors, as long as they've got straight blades without the nib some pairs have, are fantastic for fussy cutting. They're easy to get into small, tight spaces. The only problem with them is that they can bite into your fingers if you use them too long.
|Getting regular scissors into the area below the 'chain' would have been impossible.|
|Here's a photo of my fussy cut scissors, with a craft knife for scale.|