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July 09, 2007

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Tex

Ooooooooooooooohhhhhhhh, I seeeeeeeeeeeee!!! Ohhhhh myyyyyyy, Ms. Ellen! What a wonderful new idea!

~Tex

Eleanor Jenkins

Ellen, I am so thrilled that they will work in the cuttlebug. These nesting dies are incredible! Now, maybe I can give my scalloped punches to my daughter who is dying for them! I am going to have to have them shipped to another address tho because hubby is already complaining this month!

Debbie Swanson

And yet another WOW!!! A standing ovation for you girl!! The sky is the limit and the possibilities are endless with you. I love your credibility and that I can TRUST your opinion. Nothing but the best.
I learn so much from you. Thanks.
Oh, btw.. how do I order the "invisibility cape"?

Kathy W

Ellen, wow, first let me say thank you for putting all the time into the excellent info and pictures of these posts. I'm excited that these work in the CB, that they take up less storage space, and can come in affordable sets to work with those on a more limited budget. Very exciting news; I'll be tuned in for more.

tgrdina

Ellen: Congratulations on your new endeavor with Spellbinders! I am thrilled that you have worked so hard to detail the nesting dies and their compatability with other die-cutting machines. Thank you. My Cuttlebug and my Sizzix will work just fine!!!!

Also, what a great design team you have chosen! These ladies do wonderful work and their blogs are inspiring. I can't wait to see what they are going to create!

Finally, I am going to be checking back with your store to determine which scallops I need. The idea of making scalloped cards without my scissors (or eyeballing it!) is too great!! This is like the coluzzle for the craft-knife impaired! LOL!!!

Thank you for posting about this - it is a great idea and will make our crafting much easier!!

Jessica

OH, I definitely want to make shaped cards with scallops!! The huge scallop dies are the ones that interest me the most. Thanks for enabling, er, that is, sharing with us! lol!

Keri

Miss Ellen, you are so not nice for the wallet!!!! This looks like something I would like to own...shooottt...!!!!!!!!!!!

Beth

Ellen- Wow! New Lockhart stamps, Copic markers, and now this.... You go girl! The information you have provided on this blog regarding the new Spellbinder's products is awesome. The advance notice is great. Now I won't have to choose between new stamps and dies (already been saving for the markers.) From past experience with your site, I know that the quality will be top notch, as well as the customer service. Thanks for all you do!!!!

Kandi Kwirant

Ellen,

I am so excited that Spellbinders will work in my Zip`emate machine.
Can't wait to hear more.

Thanks for all your research and work you have put into this.

Kandi

Anne Marie

Very exciting news, Ellen! I'm so glad to hear that they are making the dies available in smaller packs. Will you provide us the measurements of the smallest & largest dies in each pack when they're available? Thanks!

Also -- I wanted to post that I can't wait to see all the new Lockhart stamps coming out on Friday. Not only do I want those pumpkins I saw on Debbie Olsen's blog, but I'm also excited about purchasing a few that have been around for a while. Reading your blog and participating in some fun challenges DEFINITELY affects where my purchasing dollars go! {wink}

Seriously, though, I might need to look into that margarita stand. New Lockhart stamps, Copic markers, and now Wizard dies ... and oh yeah, I don't even have a die-cut machine ... you need to come up with a "hide it from hubby" storage cart kinda like Harry Potter's invisibility cape!

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