If you're determined to cut queen cells from one comb and insert them into another comb, don't forget that the slightest damage could be disastrous for the young queen. Carefully detaching them from their parent comb and carefully reattaching them to the receiving comb is an operation I prefer to avoid. It is much easier to do as Michael Bush has said, use the entire comb with queen cells attached.
I recently used one of my nucs with a Cordovan Italian queen open mated with local drones, afterwards I repopulated it with bees and brood from other similar queens, it has become a strong nuc again, since it was repopulated, queen cells were developed on three different frames, but only one frame contained eggs from a 100% Cordovan Italian mother queen (the queen mother of choice), so I carefully destroyed all other queen cells. Presently there is a nice looking Cordovan Italian virgin queen, hopefully she will soon be open mated and laying away.