June 21, 2010

Sneak Peak

You've asked for it...a sneak peak of the June 29th release.

Let's just say there will be birds.

There will be bees.

And together they will make some beautiful harmonies.

The Birds & The Bees release 2010. Stay tuned for details on QuicKutz.com.

11 comments:

qk mary said...

Woohoo!!I can't wait until 6/29. It has been a long drought. The bird and bee is really different than previous releases. This is a good thing.

Vicki Morris said...

Love the sneak peek, can't wait to see the whole release but I am wondering, is that a caterpillar I see on the left? Woo Hoo!

Sue said...
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Allison said...

Woohoo! Finally another QK release! These bugs and birds are cute!

Sue said...

I think this release is going to be quite adorable!

Tiffany said...

I love the sneak peek items. They're simple and very cute. I love the way they also use the bird wings as tail feathers.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the sneak peak! I was beginning to worry that there would be no more new releases. I love what you've shown us and hope to see many more new products in the future.

Kristen said...

YAY! A new release!

Anonymous said...

can you use Quick Kutz with Sizzix Big Express with fabric? Thank you!

QuicKutz, Inc. said...

We're as excited as you are! :-)

To answer the question above, I'm guessing you are asking if you can use QuicKutz dies to cut fabric in the Sizzix Big Shot Express tool.

The answer is yes, QuicKutz dies can be used in the Sizzix Big Shot Express. However, our dies are specifically designed to cut in the QuicKutz Epic Six tool, so we cannot necessarily guarantee your dies will cut correctly in other tools.

QuicKutz dies can cut some fabrics, but not all. The fabric must be thin, and typically stiffened with a thin fusible backing or fabric stiffener. For best results, remove the ejection foam from the die. It may require the use of a shim, which is using a piece of cardstock on top of the clear plastic mat before rolling through the cutting tool.

Hope that helps!

Sue said...

I have cut fabric with my EPIC by using a spray adhesive onto vellum and placing my fabric onto that. Then I ran both through my EPIC and it cuts the fabric like a dream!

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