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Old 11-27-2011, 07:02 AM   #1
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I am a bit behind the times, just discovered the Mover and Shaper XL die at Joann's online, also the Tim Holz pieces at Archivers.

I read the 2009 thread when this item came out from SU also.

I guess I am wondering? Are you still liking the system? Do you regret getting the Joann's version vs the SU? What do you think of the Tim Holz dies?

Any help in what to purchase is appreciated.
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Old 11-27-2011, 07:40 AM   #2
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I love this set. I also think it's a good idea to get the SU Magnetic Movers and Shapers Punch Windows - one of them works great as a mat for the modern label punch.
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I have all the SU sets and have bought others as well and I use them quite often. I like that the SU sets layer with some of the punches. For me it is worth it and I like that they keep adding more designs.
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I'm not familiar with those. I just watched a couple of YouTube Videos and saw a woman using the die without the magnetic window.
Using the Windows without the Movers & Shapers Die - YouTube
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I have Sizzix Tim Holtz - no SU, I love them!
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Do you have that open tray? Or do you use the dies individually?
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Do you have that open tray? Or do you use the dies individually?
I use the base tray. I have the tag die, also, and that is what I used before I got the base tray. I know people use the Movers & Shapers without a base but I like having them stay in place. And with the base tray you can fill it up with the dies.
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Old 11-28-2011, 06:48 PM   #8
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I use the base tray. I have the tag die, also, and that is what I used before I got the base tray. I know people use the Movers & Shapers without a base but I like having them stay in place. And with the base tray you can fill it up with the dies.
But can you position them for a card? Rather than just being a die cut?
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But can you position them for a card? Rather than just being a die cut?
With the base tray - yes.
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