October 13, 2009

Wow what a week!

Last week Kelsy (of Live-Dream-Create) and I had the pleasure of attending the QuicKutz retailer event in Park City, Utah. Boy did we learn a lot!!! The best part was getting to be the first to use the upcoming Limited Edition Holiday Gift Set: Santa's Workshop.

Here are a few picture samples of what you can do with the gift set - but do not let the name fool you! There is nothing seasonal about this fabulous mini album gift set! The possibilities are endless...

Santa's Workshop Limited Edition Gift Set: $99.99

Pre-Order by November 1st:
Gift Set + 3 accessory dies for just $99.99!
(there are a selection of specialty-shaped pages, pocket pages and book spines available for purchase outside of the gift set)

This tree is apart of November's new release: a Family Tree die cut set that includes some photo frames and corners, silhouettes (for family members), banner and others. So cute!
Can you see the texture on the inside cover of the above book? That is using the QuicKutz Embossing Folders. Tier 1 of the new QuicKutz club will feature a new Embossing Folder each month, as well as a class putting the die to use. The tab and journal box are both standard shapes included in the gift set.

This little flip window is one of my favorite die sets in November's Release. It's a whole set of dies that create flip open, pop up and barn door windows. Great for mini albums, pages and cards. Here it was used in a cute mini album with zoo animals.

This mini album shows some of the accessory page dies available (label shaped pages, scalloped pages and window pages). I like how they mixed all the different sizes of album pages within one book.

The book spines are available in a set of three for each size album. The dark brown scallop and white bracket are two of the book spines in use. These spines are also great for paperbag albums and cards. The "holiday" font is a poplular new release called Harvest. "traditions" is the font included in the Santa's Workshop gift set.

This larger mini album was designed for the Epic Six and is available for purchase out side of the gift set. Here you can see a another book spine (top) and sample of a pocket page (above) and a few dies a part of the new Recipe Die Set also available in November.

More mixing of page sizes in another mini album.

Such a cute mini book idea! There is a tab for each child (the circle and font are included in the gift set) and each child wrote in their own answers to a series of questions. The label shape page is an accessory die.

The coolest thing about this album is that the cover is fabric! The Revolution and Epic Six will actually cut fabric! Place two sheets of cardstock on top of the fabric and die to create a bit more tension. We also used the QuicKutz Double Sided Adhesive Chipboard to adhere the fabric to the book cover (cut both pieces out of the same die).

An overview of many of the samples we were able to see while at the QuicKutz event.

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