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July 31, 2008


kimmie kaye

i want to see how it works in my cricut??????

Susie Linthicum

Oh!! What a wonderful product!!
Just think of the possibilities....
I'd probably want to use dies with it, but I wonder how easily it cuts with a craft knife, scissors (and decorative scissors), and paper cutters (wheel type and blade).
How exciting!!


Looks like I might be in love again. Could you please share your Wizard "sandwich" recipe -- you said you used the tan embossing mat but did you use the regular white cutting/embossing plates or did you have to go to the blue plate that we use with thicker dies and thicker materials? I can't wait to get my hands on this stuff along with some of the new Spellbinders dies! Thanks.

Toni K

I can't wait to try this stuff out! There are so many things to try with it. The little board books I could make!


Looks like awesome cool stuff. What glues work well with it?

Melissa Singfiel

Wow! Cool stuff! Since I have a Cuttlebug I am waiting for the news on whether or not it will work in my machine. I sure hope so, because I can't wait to play with this stuff. . . I may have to invest in a Wizard!

Stephanie Z.

Pretty interesting material and I like the white stamp pad. Too bad about the Cuttlebug.

Sharon Harnist

LOVE what all your Craft Board can do, Ellen, especially that suede-like surface. Can't wait to try some ideas I have!

Lisa J

This looks great....wondering how it would fair in my cricket. I would love to use it in that. I love that you can use embossing folders on it!


This stuff is really impressive. I'd love to see you be able to come up with some sandwich that works well in the Cuttlebug. So many of us have this machine and want to keep it rather than trade it in for something else.

Julie (Joypup on SCS)

I am definitely interested in a comparison with Grungeboard -- I know the color is different, but I would like to know MORE about how they match up. I would also like to know about the various size sheets available (hoping that there will be 12x12 and other sizes) and curious about the pricing and where it might be available (only through your store???) and will there be some pre-cut pieces (like Grungeboard) for us folks who have NOT gone out and invested in a die-cut machine (due to space and money constraints...)? Oh, and I would like to see it cut with scissors and/or other cutting tools... and how does it compare to say, SU chipboard? a 3-way comparison would be great! Thanks so much -- I love your site(s), products, and all that you share with us!~ (Hope I WIN!)

Val S

This looks like an awesome product. I imagine that you can use it in the bind it all? I would love to see other uses for the product.


OOOOOOOOH! This looks like a winner! Will it hold up using small punches and the smallest nestabilities?

Angie DiMeglio

Hi Ellen, this new product seems so great -- I'd like to see more stamped images on it or maybe it being altered somhow.


OK...I am intrigued! Can't wait to try some! I've noticed my cuttlebug is not all I thought it was. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE IT! But I like to cut felt & chipboard & the bug just isn't doing it! I have the pink & black big shot on my list!


Wow! This stuff looks amazing! I loved the raised/embossed look you were able to get. I have a cuttlebug & a sizzix so I'm curious how they will work. I'm also wondering how this product will look with crackle paint or chalks.


Another wonderful product that you bring us! This one sounds very unique with many possibilities.


Thanks for the chance to play! It is made from recycled materials and is not quite white. Think twice before you use your Cuttlebug but the jury is still out : )

Sue Virtue

Maybe I missed something. Is this like chipboard? How thick is it? How hard is it? What makes it better than chipboard?


Looks like some fabulous new material to work with. Pretty sure it can be used with a Bind-It-All, but just wondering if it will come in precut sizes such as for mini albums and the like, or will it only be sold in big sheets? Thanks for taking the time to use it in so many different ways.


WOWZERS! What a great product, Ellen! I was wondering how it is different from chip board?


I too own a cuttlebug so I would be curious to know if u had had a new plate, if it would have worked. I'd also like to see it distressed, puched, everything, really! How awesome! Thank you for sharing this!


Jenna Franklin

Very cool! Can't wait for it to hit the market to play with!


I would love to see experiments with glitter! What glue? what glitter? Which is the best?

Sheri Danielson

WOW! This is the end all board! I can't wait to get my hands on some of it. I have a Sizzix and Cuttlebug so I am curious how these work with it.

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