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Old 03-27-2013, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default Does anyone know where you can buy these dies in the US?

Handmade Cards By Laura with Double Do, X-Cut Impress, Kutz, Sizzix, Ellison & Quikutz: Create cards with Jeart, Kutz, BzB, Double Do, X Cut die cutting machines

They might be called Do Dies or Jeart, or I'm not really sure.
I found a Japanese site, but when it's translated, I can't figure out if they sell to the US. I don't see anything that would make me think they would, though.

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Jeart, Kutz, BzB, Double Do, X Cut are die cutting machines - so US equivalent would be, for example, Big Shot, Wizard, Vagabond, etc. The actual dies are Sizzix, Ellison, Quikuts - these are available (limited selection) in brick and mortar stores (Mike's, JoAnn's, AC Moore, local craft store) as well as on-line (just do a google search and you will have a lot of different sites pop up).
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I was looking at new items at Frantic Stamper last night and saw some of these for the first time. Here's a link to the page:

DoCrafts - new dies and stamps

Hope this helps!
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Jeart, Kutz, BzB, Double Do, X Cut are die cutting machines - so US equivalent would be, for example, Big Shot, Wizard, Vagabond, etc. The actual dies are Sizzix, Ellison, Quikuts - these are available (limited selection) in brick and mortar stores (Mike's, JoAnn's, AC Moore, local craft store) as well as on-line (just do a google search and you will have a lot of different sites pop up).
X-Cuts is definitely what the dies are called, made by DoCrafts - being a UK brand I see them in shops here much more than any of the American brands. (It might not have the hypen - never having bought any I have no packaging to check!).
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