Post # 1
I own a scrapbooking cutter called the Silhouette by Quickutz. I was browsing through the Quickutz store today and noticed they have a new product coming out this fall, a DIY letterpress machine. http://www.lifestylecraft.com/
Thought some crafty brides might want to look into it and check it out. There arent a TON of details but it gives you an idea of how it could be used, especially for wedding stuff 🙂
Post # 3
That’s pretty cool. Can’t wait to see it’s features and how it works. Thanks for sharing!
Post # 4
Wow! Looks cool. I wish it had come out before I did my invites!
Post # 6
Thats so cool! I can’t wait to see how it works 🙂
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery
I am so excited….I want to go craft shopping now!
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Post # 9
Does it say anywhere where this item will be sold? I looked through the website and couldn’t find a sale date or where their products are sold.
Post # 10
It says fall this year, it will be available at most scrapbooking stores and probably some specialty craft stores. If you know of a place by you that carries Quickutz products they will most likely have it.
Post # 11
Wow thats awesome, 2010 brides are lucky!
Post # 12
I’ll look for this… Very interesting
Post # 13
I wonder if it’ll work with my cuttlebug . . .
Post # 14
this is interesting… it;ll be interesting to see how it works out – it is a great idea!
Post # 15
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
That is so cool! I know this sounds kinda silly, but I wonder if you’ll be able to letterpress your own designs/text (silly because it looks like you can only use their stencils). If you could, that would be sooooo awesome.
Post # 16
yea — i’m with wheresmydessert… it’d be really awesome if there is a way to do that, or, an extra accessory you could purchase to do that. It doesn’t look like there is a whole lot of shapes.