Shredding = snow

Constructive destruction is always good fun. I strangely love the satisfies to from shredding paper. Not sure why but it is something I love to do. It's constructive yet also destructive at the same time. I like to do whatever I can to help prevent identity fraud, and so I do like to shred anything which contains either my name and or my address.

I have gone through numerous shredders, I do put them through their paces. The Powershred® 63Cb Cross-Cut Shredder from Fellowes is a new one to me. It is simple and easy to use but it is also intelligent that it can detect when a paper jam is about to happen and stop it happening. This is great news to me, I have lost many hours with tweezers unblocking the shredder when it becomes paper jammed. The ability to detect the paper jam in the first place is fantastic and means I can shred even more.


Shredding is a great way to help protect your identity. The smaller the cut the better too. The Fellowes Powershred® 63Cb Cross-Cut Shredder has a cross cut shred, so it is harder to put any pieces back together. The best thing about shredding though, is using all those shredded pieces of paper.

Shredded paper can be used for packaging material to help stop breakages. Perfect for protecting delicate Christmas presents. Staying with a winter theme, my girls think shredded paper looks like snow and even from an earlier age have had enjoyment playing with shredded paper pretending the snow is falling. My girls love Frozen and we have created several frozen themed play using shredded paper as snow.


Shredders take up little room in the home and not only are they a great way to prevent identity fraud they also create hours of fun afterwards.

I was sent a Fellowes Powershred® 63Cb Cross-Cut Shredder to review.  All words are my own opinion 





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