diecutting with the quickutz range

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I don't know about anyone else out there but these are my thoughts on the quickutz diecutting range.

with over 300 quickutz shapes and 19 alphabets i think that these are a great way to produce perfect scrapbooking pages and gorgeous cards.

I have been using the quickutz range now for about a year and after using sizzix for such a long time i now only buy the sizzlits range occasionally. because with the quickutz range i can take them anywhere in my folder which i have now filled two and am onto my third.

If you purchase the quickutz dies you can cut them with the quickutz handtool which is a great gadget to take to crop nights its not heavy and with the go anywhere dies available you don't have to take a huge container with you everywhere you go. You can also cut them with the sizzix or with the sidekick with just a small black shim called a sizzix adapter. But what i find best is the zip emate machine which is now being sold in Big W stores around australia. This machine can cut sizzix, sizzlits, accucut, zipecuts, boss cuts and quickutz dies in it.My favorite of course is the quickutz dies and i would not cut them in anything else but the zipemate machine. These are the only wafer thin dies that i find cut cleanly every time.

They are not an expensive range and i think that once you buy your first you will not go back to anything else. I have one of the alphabets which is a skinni mini and its great doesn't take too much room on my cards or my pages. The dies are a delicate looking paper pieced item. You don't have to cut them with your craft knife or your scissors like sizzix to add different colours each die comes with different pieces to cut so that you can cut them in the colours that you want piece them together and come up with a unique piece made by yourself and you will be so proud of it.

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