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Old 01-20-2008, 01:09 PM   #1  
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Default Spellbinders Nestabilities and Geometrics

There has been some confusion on threads about Spellbinders geometrics and nestabilities dies. These are two separate lines produced by Spellbinders. I'm hoping I can help with some of the confusion.

Spellbinders released a line of dies years ago called "geometrics", these dies were "tanged" together. They are made in several shapes, rectangles, circles, ovals, triangles, etc. They are great dies. When you get them, you simply twist them and the tang breaks loose. You can use wire sissors or a file to sand down the nubs that are left from the tangs when broken apart. Here
http://www.spellbinders.us/ct/store/...idProduct=3130
is a sample of a geometrics die, as you can see, they are similar to the look of nestabilities, but they have no scalloped dies to match.

Spellbinders released a line of dies called "Nestabilities" in July, 2007. These dies are NOT tanged together, but are each individual dies. The dies come in sets that match to make nesting easy. The original release of nestabilities were basic shapes, since that time, releases of paisleys and hearts have been made.

I hope this helps, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask and I'll try to help you out!

Kim
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