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Old 10-11-2010, 01:41 PM   #361
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The Aussie dollar is almost on par with the US$ so I had to go and order the set of circle nesties, the 4pk turns out delivered to my door from the US is half the price I can find them for over here and even at half price $14.50 of that is postage. I'm happy LOL
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They are back up! Probably a real "doh" moment for the it staff!
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The Aussie dollar is almost on par with the US$ so I had to go and order the set of circle nesties, the 4pk turns out delivered to my door from the US is half the price I can find them for over here and even at half price $14.50 of that is postage. I'm happy LOL
Hope the shipping doesn't take too long to get to you from the US. The 4 pack is much better deal than buying individually. Enjoy!
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I usually get my parcels from the U.S. in 7 to 10 days which I think is great!
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Mmmm depends on which coast it's coming from in the US. All international mail here goes to Sydney first then to the respective states so can take longer to those further away. 7 Days for delivery has been my best ...............
I still can't wait as I have some things I want to do with them .
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Kathy, I checked out buying a set of Nesties from Ucutathome once, but they quoted me $40 something for postage which negated the 40% off, so I didn't go ahead with it. I see your postage was good. I have the full sets of ovals, circles, rectangles, petite ovals and a set of labels. I keep thinking that's all I need, but then I see some of these new ones with the fancy edges and want them! LOL. I guess they fit in with the others do they? I also rather like the long rectangles. A friend has the small scalloped long rectangles and one of the smaller ones is a great size to put sentiments on. Just fits my S.U. Sincere Salutations nicely.
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Really Jan? I wonder if that's cause you're in Adelaide and I'm closer to NSW and Sydney? But that's over double.
When I went to checkout it said shipping total $14.30, I think it was that last time, I know I though postage about $15
I'd querie them if it's something you really wanted.
Let me know how you go.
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I actually did send them 2 emails enquiring why their postage was so much more than some others and they never replied! I ended up talking myself out of getting them as I realised the main reason I wanted them was this one particular little one that I mentioned using with Sincere Salutations. I ended up getting the vine edgeability instead from "Simon Says Stamp", they are great to deal with and very prompt. I have the Tim Holtz "Tattered Floral" die coming from them too. One of my small petite ovals also fits the Sincere Salutation set nicely too so have been using that. I guess the time the orders take to get here also depends a lot on how promptly they are posted.
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Thank you for taking the time to put this together for us. You have saved me oodles of time looking through all the threads. You are appreciated!!!
I too agree thank you so much for doing this. I got the Wizard by mistake. You see oh heck I was trying to order the Cinch, but that is a whole new story. So I have the wizard and was truly amazed at all of the things that you get with it. So I guess I shouldn't be afraid of it and heck just jump in and use it. Do I really need to read the instructions?
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Hello Ok I have a wizzard (both puple and the red) and I want to know (my guess is yes) but can you use the bigz XL die from SU in the Wizzard and where and what do you use on the top for the die. what is the name of the part? plus I know I have they have other extra long and wonder if they can be uses like Sizzlets brand. where would the best place to buy these parts. thank you any help
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The Calibur system is wonderful. My only disappointment is the plates are about 1/2 inch too short to use with the 12" border dies (QK, etc.) along the edge. The narrower dies will fit diagonally, but neither the narrow nor wide border dies will fit along the edge of the paper. So close and yet so far![/QUOTE]

Really? This is a big issue with me and their products. If you are going to make a new model, wouldn't you make it UNIVERSAL? I love my wizzard and was hoping they would come out with regular sized 12" cutting plates so I could use them with other companies dies. It would make a great addition for people that still want to use their wizzard but, NOPE! Come out with a brand new machine instead and still have the plates too short..... That will keep me from getting the newest model for sure.
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You can lay the 12" dies diagonally across the plates, they'll fit.
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Thank you! This is a great resource, and so helpful!
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I unexpectedly purchased a Grand Calibur!!! I saw it at Hobby Lobby sitting under the Spellbinder dies, and my 40% off coupon did not exclude it so I snatched it up and bought it!! No planning whatsoever.

I need to buy some of the larger dies, does anyone have any favorite sources with discounted prices and free shipping?

Also, is there a place I can look up the sandwiches? I have some Quickutz and Cuttlebug dies and some Sizzix Bigz dies that are pretty thick. How do you emboss these in the Grand Calibur? I have never had a Wizard before, so the Spellbinders plates etc. are all completely new to me.
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Spellbinders has an FAQ page on the website: Grand Calibur FAQ - Spellbinders

The Bigz dies won't fit in the Grand Calibur.
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I saw one Grand Calibur at HL yesterday too! You will love it, I LOVE mine!

I just got the new HL coupon this morning and it still isn't excluded...I don't think advertising has caught up with inventory...better get em while you can!
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I looked at the Grand Calibur FAQ and they keep referring to a "W-025 Sizzix Original Mat" that is needed to cut Cuttlebug and Sizzix dies. What is that? Is it one of the mats that was included with my machine?
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Here is a link to that mat. If you have a Raspberry Wizard, it came with your machine.

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Here is a link to that mat. If you have a Raspberry Wizard, it came with your machine.

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I just bought the Grand Calibur at Hobby Lobby. Is the mat included with the Grand Calibur? If it is not included, is this the mat for the Grand Calibur also?

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This mat is NOT included with the Grand Caliber and yes you will need this mat to use Sizzlets/Cuttlebug dies in the Grand Caliber.

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Apologies for being such a "Johnny Come Lately" to this post, but where did you order from to get such a great deal to Australia? I am hoping not eBay as I am such an eBay-a-phobe.
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Through some ladies here I found ucutathome.com for joining up you 40% off (and a 40% voucher each month on 1 item) and that pays for the postage and then some. I've never had any problems but I"ve only bought from them twice.
I'm not a fan of ebay either they are not always cheap depends on what your'e looking for. Cheers
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Through some ladies here I found ucutathome.com for joining up you 40% off (and a 40% voucher each month on 1 item) and that pays for the postage and then some. I've never had any problems but I"ve only bought from them twice.
I'm not a fan of ebay either they are not always cheap depends on what your'e looking for. Cheers
Thank you. This is wonderful. I have a fair few Nesties, but I "Need" so many more.
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We 'always' need more, where would the fun be if we didn't LOL
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On the Spellbinder main site they show the Wizard machine "SOLD OUT" .

Was it a very popular purchase for Christmas or are they discontinuing the Wizard?
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I finally opened my Wizard box that I bought at least 4 years ago I mainly bought it for dry embossing which I finally tried after having it all these years.
It embosses but not as well as expected. I did the correct sandwich that came with the original directions:
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It beats using a lightbox but I really thought my results would be the same as using the lightbox. I used K&Company designer mat pads.
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If I wanted to, could I nest all six metal pieces in the Labels One set inside each other and then crank them through the Big Kick -- cutting six shapes all in one pass? I use a lot of that shape, and it just seems more efficient to do as many as possible at one time.

If I wanted to, could I line up several Nesties on the 6"x12" platform and cut them all on pass through the Big Kick/Shot?

Also, once more please: How do I cut and emboss a Nestie (or multiple Nesties) in one pass through the Big Kick/Shot?

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You could nest the shapes inside one another, but remember, you won't get whole shapes for any of them except the middle one.

Picture circles. Nest three circles one inside the other. You are only running one piece of paper through. The center circle will be a solid circle and the two outer ones will be donuts. If donuts are what you want, then it works!

As for lining shapes up in a row, sure that will work.

To cut and emboss in one pass, hmmmm, don't think that would work because of the different thicknesses involved. Your sandwich for cutting needs to be a firm base in order to cut. When you emboss, you are removing one plate and adding the rubber mat to provide the cushion required for the embossing. I always have to add a different plate and a few cardstock shims to get the pressure right. If someone has figured out how to make this work, I'd like to hear it too.
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Picture circles. Nest three circles one inside the other. You are only running one piece of paper through. The center circle will be a solid circle and the two outer ones will be donuts. If donuts are what you want, then it works!

As for lining shapes up in a row, sure that will work.

To cut and emboss in one pass, hmmmm, don't think that would work because of the different thicknesses involved. Your sandwich for cutting needs to be a firm base in order to cut. When you emboss, you are removing one plate and adding the rubber mat to provide the cushion required for the embossing. I always have to add a different plate and a few cardstock shims to get the pressure right. If someone has figured out how to make this work, I'd like to hear it too.
Yes, you can. You just add the rubber piece on top of the cardstock. Mine sometimes embosses a little when I am only trying to cut.
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I cut and emboss in one pass with my Cuttlebug. I use (starting from the bottom) B plate, tan rubber mat, shim, A plate, nestie, B plate. The shim I use is two pieces of card (from a cereal box) stuck together. That works for me!
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I cut and emboss in one pass with my Cuttlebug. I use (starting from the bottom) B plate, tan rubber mat, shim, A plate, nestie, B plate. The shim I use is two pieces of card (from a cereal box) stuck together. That works for me!
I will have to try this. Thanks!
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Please can anyone help? I'm looking lovingly at the Tim Holtz Bigz dies from Sizzix and wondered if anyone has been able to use them with the purple Wizard.

When I bought my Wizard, it came with a couple of plates I've never used.

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Please can anyone help? I'm looking lovingly at the Tim Holtz Bigz dies from Sizzix and wondered if anyone has been able to use them with the purple Wizard.

When I bought my Wizard, it came with a couple of plates I've never used.

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Yes you can use the Bigz dies from Sizzix in your Wizard. You need the Steel Ruled Die Adapter Mat. Here is a LINK so you know what it looks like! HTH!
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Debbie, thank you very much for the info, looks like I have one of those that came with my purple wizard.

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The new JustRite Spellbinders dies, are the retail stores that sell the JustRite stamps selling the dies as well, or are they only available through the JustRite website?
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Probably years before they sell in stores here, will have to check out that website.

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I bought a Spellbinder Reindeer Poseability but can't quite figure out how to use it. The heads - side view and facing out, body, antlers and legs - front & back are all separate. I get how to put them together. On the back, there is a statement - 'Look for coordinating Impressabilitiesstamps in clear polymer and red rubber.' Does this mean there should be a stamp that can be used with this die or do you use a dauber to stencil? The parts of the reindeer have 'open' sections - i.e. the inner ear, eye opening & the upper part of the head leaving the nose, the'cheek' and mouth portions covered. I tried doing a web search for a stamp for this die but was unsucessful.

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I bought a Spellbinder Reindeer Poseability but can't quite figure out how to use it. The heads - side view and facing out, body, antlers and legs - front & back are all separate. I get how to put them together. On the back, there is a statement - 'Look for coordinating Impressabilitiesstamps in clear polymer and red rubber.' Does this mean there should be a stamp that can be used with this die or do you use a dauber to stencil? The parts of the reindeer have 'open' sections - i.e. the inner ear, eye opening & the upper part of the head leaving the nose, the'cheek' and mouth portions covered. I tried doing a web search for a stamp for this die but was unsucessful.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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3 1/2 years ago Spellbinders launched the first line of coordinating stamps and dies that matched Spellbinders dies! They were called "Impressabilities". The stamps were discontinued several years ago and are no longer available. Poseabilities were dies that you could die cut and piece together in different positions. These dies are no longer available. There was a reindeer, a Santa a cat, a dog, a scarecrow and a snowman. They were very cute dies!

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Can any of the Arizona girls tell me which Michaels carry Spellbinders. I read here some time back that Michaels was going to start carrying them. However I have not found them in my Mesa store, and forgot to ask them when I was there. I know all stores are not equal so thought I would ask here.Thanks so much for any help.
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This mat is NOT included with the Grand Caliber and yes you will need this mat to use Sizzlets/Cuttlebug dies in the Grand Caliber.

Hope this helps!
Debbie, I am thinking about getting the Grand Caliber. I have the older purple Wizard that came with a translucent plate. Will that work or will I have to buy the newer one?
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