Tuesday, September 26, 2006

the word on the street.
Ok to all of you ever so crafty friends what have you heard about this new product? It is called Cuttlebug. What I can figure is that it is not coming out until November. I think you are able to use your Sizzix machine with their die cuts (oh I hope!) but I am not quite sure.
Look how darling these shapes are! I have been wondering why no one has come up with this idea yet. If ya'll are thinking about your Christmas cards you might want to check out their Christmas die cuts that you could use on them.
I would love to know what anyone has heard about this machine or the die cuts.


Elizabeth said...

I read that it is capable of using all competitor's existing dies also that it cuts through thin metal. Pretty cool!

Jenny said...

I haven't heard of that one, but Angie and I saw a "cricket" in Utah that is sold in Michaels and Roberts Craft stores. I think it is similar. I thought it looked pretty amazing,and handy as well. unfortunately then I looked at the price tag :)

Amie said...

I guess I haven't visited your blog in a few days. I was way behind! Fun to catch up....

I don't have any of these die machines, a friend just got the cricut but I think it cuts dies with a cartridge I am pretty sure it isn't compatible with anything else? I could be wrong. Surprise!

Carolilne's kitty boots are hilarious, you are so nice to buy them for her.

I can't believe all of the good mail you received in one week! And you recapped so nicely, how sweet to pay everyone a compliment.

I am sure there is more I am missing. I will be back sooner this time. I am not sure where I have been???

Dacia said...

Great tool!

Mindy said...

I haven't heard about it- sorry, but I do think that it's so cool that it can emboss and diecut. I'm sure you'll come up with something amazing with it!

Liz said...

I haven't heard of it either. Looks cute though, and who can resist something that can do all that plus accepts competitors dies!??!!

Dana said...

Ok, esplain this machine to the dummy...LOL!
Does it only cut out die cuts for scapbooking or what else is it used for? ;)