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Which do you use?

Posted by santacltr2 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 16, 06 at 8:06

Quick kuts or Sizzix?

I have them both and use both.

Nancy


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i have the sizzix and the sidekick. I run quick kutz dies through the sidekick ;)


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I don't have either but wish I did!
Sue


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I don't have either either. :)

I would like something. Either one of those or a wishblade.


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For those of you who have one or the other or both, what are the pros and cons of each?
Sue


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For myself it's the sizzix, only because I have some problems with squeezing. I think quik kuts has more of a selections.

Nancy


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I have only theSizzix and Sizzlets. Would love Quick Kuts too but I'm on a budget.


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I have a Sizzlet and love it. But I read in a magazine the other day that you can use the embossing cutters in both. Has anyone done this? The choices are limited but I only do letters with it. My handwriting sucks. LOL


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I have the Quickutz, but I also have the Wishblade. When I scrapbook at home, I use the wishblade most of the time unless I need a quick letter or two. When I'm scrapbooking away from home with friends, I use the Quickutz. I love them both.


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I have both, I only use the quickutz. Its easier to take with me. I'd LOVE to get a wishblade!!!

I have handwriting issues too.

Happy scrappin,
Terry


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What's a wishblade?


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Wishblade?

What's a wishblade?


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Wishblade is an electronic die cutting machine that is connected to your computer. With it's software, you can type out whatever word you want using any True Type Font on your computer and the machine will cut it in any size you want. It's awesome!


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