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Saying hi to the Community! :) 
  tinkerbell7893
 
02:44pm 06/03/2006
 
mood: chipper
Hi all,

This is the first community i have joined. I received a Sizzix machine and some various dies including a sizzlits alphabet set for my 22 birthday last year from my parents. It is so totally cool. I haven't used it for any projects besides using the popcorn bucket and popcorn dies for a card to a movie poster collector for Christmas.

I was however disappointed after the the more easier die cutting systems came out that you crank the handle.  But nonetheless I still love my sizzix machine. I never realized how heavy they actually were. LOL

I hope to possibly trade cuts with everyone at some point.

Hope to get to know each of you.

Laters.
 
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Back to school sizzix Die Cuts 
  heavenshourglas
 
06:47am 07/08/2005
 

NEW AUCTIONS!!!



BACK TO SCHOOL SCRAPBOOK PAGE SETS!!!




GREEN





RED




2 APPLES FOR 50 CENTS!!!!!

Great for School, Autumn, or recipe pages!!!!



INK PADS!!!!

50 CENTS BLACK INK


75 CENTS BLACK INK



A Heaven’s Hourglass Favorite


Fun Serif uppercase fonts!!!!



You can get this in all BLACK as shown in the picture, all WHITE, or a mix of both BLACK & WHITE. You can even get any color you want from my eBay store Heaven’s Hourglass
 
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Welcome! 
  alice_curiouser
 
01:05pm 18/05/2005
 


Welcome to the Sizzix community! I created this mainly as a place to share ideas for how to use the Sizzix (or other die-cutting) machine. Most of us probably bought them for scrapbooking, but as much as the stuff costs, it's best to get as much use out of them as possible, right? :)

Trading and selling of dies and die cuts is also acceptable - some of the dies are very specialized, so I could see buying one for a page, and then not planning to use it again. Also, the alphabet dies are SO expensive; it would be nice to share the cut-outs without having to spend so much to get an alphabet that you might only use once (some of those are very specialized, too).

The Rules: Introductions are nice, but not mandatory. Feel free to list the dies you have, and/or what you're looking for. Posting photos is fine, but please keep them to 400 pixels wide to avoid scrolling, and a reasonable file size, or cut them.

Again, welcome, and enjoy!

 
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