You have many options actually:
If you want the primo-cheapo way to lower your front springs that is adjustable without taking apart the front end (or even taking the spring out), AND something that can be put back to original, then take a trip to your local Discount Auto Parts Store or similar. They sell removeable brackets for around 3 bucks a side just for that purpose, that compress the springs to a specific height.
Or you could buy lowering springs, which is cheaper and just as effective as dropped spindles.
Just a few notes if you are going to cut: Don't cut more than 1/4 of a coil at a time as was previously mentioned. That 1/4 cut roughly translates to about 1" lower ride height I believe. Also, use a hacksaw or cutting wheel, not a high-heat method (torch or plasma cutter or whatever) though, since the heat will screw with the tension and weaken the spring too much.
Some people have used just this method for lowering a car though, heating the coil to weaken the tension. Not generally recommended.
Let us know what you decide and how it turns out!