|Photo: Sizzix Framelits, read why they are so much better than Spellbinders Nestabilities|
For those of you who don't know, I have a Sizzix. There is just so much under the sun you can do with them. Have you tried anything with Framelits? I have a friend who tried to show me the Spellbinders nestabilities she got for Christmas, and I have to tell you, I was very glad I had a Sizzix. The reason is, on a Sizzix, the cutting edge is on the inside on the framelit so it lets you see what you are cutting. When I tried to use her spellbinder it was more in the middle, making it difficult to see what you are cutting. Needless to say my creations looked crappy. I don't want to work harder. I want to cut what I see and work smarter!
You can watch this video which helped me with my questions; and in fact this video is a great comparison of the functionality of Sizzix's Framelits versus the Spellbinders Nestabilities showing how each product works for die cutting machines.
Might I suggest these Framelits?
These are the Sizzix Framelits die set (ornate) set of six available for $19.99
Mixed Media artists, you have to love these framelits - they are called "gypsy findings" and are $24.99.
Search for all Framelits here.