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Old 08-05-2010, 06:20 AM   #1
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Anyone know if there is a U.S. vendor for these dies? Love the butterfly die!
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Are these the ones? I don't like the shipping on this site but the stencils are fabulous! Marianne Designs
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That's them! They are so intricate looking. No butterfly right now, but there are some other ones that really interest me. Where did you find the shipping info, or did you know it from a previous order?
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Put an item in your cart then view it. You get a choice of domestic USPS or international USPS. Just seemed high. *shrug*

But those stencils are incredible! And appear to be much cheaper than Spellbinders.
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Thanks! I read somewhere that they will work in the Cuttlebug or Wizard.
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Same site but different brands:
http://www.dandeeimages.com/Joy%20Crafts/60020027.jpg
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not a butterfly - but this stuff looks like so much fun!
grrrr. I've not even been through half of the stuff yet.

Looks like they'll work in any of our die cut machines. I'm a bug user, too.
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Anyone know if there is a U.S. vendor for these dies? Love the butterfly die!
Because of some Patent infringement issue with Spellbinders or Sizzix (can't remember which), they cannot be sold in the US. Hayley-Jo at Crop Stop tried to get them for me, but was told that she cannot sell them here. I don't know what the rules are as far as their being shipped to the US from Europe.


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OMG! They are beautiful I can't see where the patent infringement would be. We don't have anything so intricate as those. Now I see why some of the crafters from other countries have such different designs than we have.
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you can occasionally find them on ebay, too. They are gorgeous, huh! Have you seen the Nellie Snellen dies?
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You can find some of the same things at Ecstasy Crafts at

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Simply Special Crafts has some too. I just bought 2 Marianne corner dies (Ebay) and they were shipped the same day. I got them a day later. Haven't used them yet though.

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Although I am in Australia, I have bought some of these Marianne dies (as well as other products) from Bunny Zoe's crafts in the UK. She does ship worldwide and I think her prices are very, very reasonable for shipping, and it is very easy to work out how much the shipping is with this chart on her website. And you can change the currency to US dollars on the far LHS about half way down the page

Here is a link to the Marianne dies (the butterflies are on the 2nd page) - there are about 33 different dies there - have fun looking (I want to get all of them! )
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so..although these say stencils for die cutting...these are dies for a die cutting machine? I love these lots of them...especially the butterflies....
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These are so pretty, wish I had the money for some.
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OMG! They are beautiful I can't see where the patent infringement would be. We don't have anything so intricate as those. Now I see why some of the crafters from other countries have such different designs than we have.
I don't know for sure, but I think I read somewhere that Spellbinders has a patent on open metal dies (ones that you can see through) like the Nesties and that's why My Favorite Things, Papertrey, and Tim Holtz's dies have to be solid metal (you can't see through them).

Maybe since the dies mentioned above are the open kind, they can't be imported under this same argument? If they were just stencils and didn't cut, I bet that we could get them here.

Again, I'm no patent lawyer - just what I read elsewhere.
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I don't know if that makes sense to me. Some places overseas sell both.


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I don't know for sure, but I think I read somewhere that Spellbinders has a patent on open metal dies (ones that you can see through) like the Nesties and that's why My Favorite Things, Papertrey, and Tim Holtz's dies have to be solid metal (you can't see through them).

Maybe since the dies mentioned above are the open kind, they can't be imported under this same argument? If they were just stencils and didn't cut, I bet that we could get them here.

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I don't know if that makes sense to me. Some places overseas sell both.

Other countries aren't bound by U.S. patent laws.
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Try Jerri K Jiminez shop, A touch of Grace. I don't think she stocks Marianne dies but she has an amazing selection of similar dies. Her work is out of this world.

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I came across this little article which might shed a bit of light on the Spellbinders patent. And here is an update to the first article.


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Maybe since the dies mentioned above are the open kind, they can't be imported under this same argument? If they were just stencils and didn't cut, I bet that we could get them here.

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Oh, I misunderstood. I thought that no one anywhere could sell both. So glad they can.
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I came across this little article which might shed a bit of light on the Spellbinders patent. And here is an update to the first article.
Sounds to me like they do not think competition would be good for them. Hmmm...don't they have trust in their own product I wonder.
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I saw some of the dies at a stamp show in Novi, MI, this past weekend.
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Sounds to me like they do not think competition would be good for them. Hmmm...don't they have trust in their own product I wonder.
I don't think that it has anything to do with not trusting their own products. I think it has to do with protecting a great idea. If they came up with the idea of the dies, or more specifically a way to make them better (not having it be a solid metal die, being able to see through the die to see where you are lining it up, etc.) then why shouldn't they be able to protect that great idea from other companies making money off of it? That's what patents are for - protecting a great idea - not because you don't "trust" your own product.
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Cuddly Buddly here in the UK - Scotland to be precise - stock Marianne dies along with loads of other products from Europe. They will ship to USA and are very reasonable, I believe. Here's the link to the Marianne die page: Die Cutting & Embossing Tools < Shop | Cuddly Buddly Crafts

I order from them a lot as they also stock a lot of products from the USA that I find hard to get hold of over here!

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I like the look of these dies. Something about the dies looked familiar to me, and sure enough when I went to my LSS (in Australia), there was some of the MD dies. Unfortunately they also told me that the butterfly that I was most interested in has been on back order for six months! I did however get a shop order in for the poinsettia. Can't wait to try them out.

I was frustrated at not being able to see cards made using these lovely dies when I found this blog - Marianne Design Challenge Blog

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OH my goodness....I went to the last link posted and spent over $100 on these dies. I got all three of the butterflies and several others...YIKES>..but excited just the same.
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Glad to be of help! I'm sure you will be pleased with your dies. I put mine through the Cuttlebug with no problems but they cut better if they are sandwiched with the paper on top then the cutting mat on top of that. I also emboss the larger dies even if they don't have embossed areas - it seems to make the edges smoother and can help getting them out of the die. The smaller ones I cut in my old red sizzix with the adaptor plate and the little square adaptors - then I do it the opposite and have the cutting base plate, card then the die with the little square adaptor on top of that. Slide through, press and hey presto - quicker than turning the handle!

They can be fiddly to remove from the die once cut - I have a piece of bluetack (not sure what you call it in USA) which I warm up into a ball in my hand then dab it on the card to help pull it out of the die. I also use a pricking tool but am careful not to scratch the metal. The newer dies are now coming out with little holes that don't cut or emboss but are there so you can push the card out!

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I so do not need to start another addiction but I wanted to comment ...

Annie - can you try a piece of wax paper between the cardstock and die? I've found that with some of my more intricate ones that this trick helps the paper fall out more easily.
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thanks for the tip! I also read that rubbing a candle over the die helps too, or a little silicone polish - but make sure it's all polished off or it could mark the cardstock. I find card cuts and comes out better than paper - but the bluetack lifts out the paper very easily. An artist putty rubber also works the same.

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Billie..you beat me to it ...I was going to suggest the wax paper..it works so well to get things out of the dies with little or no effort...cant wait til the dies arrive....there are more I want so this is probably only the first order..oops....
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Darn - all the butterflies are sold out!!! But my wallet is good with that!
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Yeah, I noticed that too. Butterfly three is the hardest one to find anywhere.
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Butterfly 1 and Butterfly 2 are both showing as in stock at Cuddly Buddly .. ..Die Cutting & Embossing Tools < Shop | Cuddly Buddly Crafts

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I recently placed my order for some of the Marianne Design dies through Cuddly Buddly - they had the most reasonable pricing that I could find.
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After reading this thread, I went and found an online store (Australian) who had the butterfly 2 die in stock. It is now waiting down at the post office ready for me to pick up this after noon. I'll give it a run thru tomorrow.

Thanks for bringing these dies to my attention. I hope the OP gets to find some too.
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Very nice!
I got the butterfly dies on ebay. They were shipped from England (with shipping no more than items from us stores) and arrived within a week.

I used mine in the cuttlebug with wax paper with no problem. Just used a darning needle to free the several little pieces that stuck.

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montanagal your card is just beautiful! I placed my large order over a week ago...I have not heard anything yet...anyone know how long it takes to get these in the US after you place your order? I have not heard a peep out of them. I hope they have shipped by now..
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Thank you for looking at my card. I bought my items from 'swincraft' on ebay. I received them in a week.
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About 6-8 weeks ago I purchased some Marianne Creatable Dies from 'Dutch Paper Crafts', She's from New York and seems like a very small business of only one.
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Wax paper is definitely the way to go with this die. I cut one without the wax paper and boy did I regret it! Love my new die!
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