Sunday, October 13, 2013

Invitation to snip lickety split!

"I wish I could cut paper like you do!" people tell me and sigh.

Well, now you can, but you can do it much, much faster than my hands do.


Thanks to a new partnership with Ellison Sizzix, you can reproduce the same results I get but it's almost instant, and the quality is shockingly fantastic.


Slated to roll out in just about two weeks is a new line of images for the Sizzix e-Clips.
You can buy designs online, similar in cost and delivery method to iTunes. 

And in just minutes you can reproduce what it takes me hours to do!


When I was at company headquarters last week I met with the technicians who took my scanned originals and turned them into more than 100 patterns for the initial roll-out.

If you simply click on the Sizzix eClips tab here after November 1, you'll find a big list of some of my best designs and be able to cut them out on your own Sizzix machine.

Coming soon will be the ability to print my painted work and follow it up with the cutting, so you end up with a watercolored paper-cut, just like I do in my studio. And the quality of the reproduction is amazing.


I'm working with their creative team on more exciting products which we'll talk about later, but for today, wheee.... 


another new partnership!


There's a lot to love about the Sizzix product line and their philosophy...


7 comments:

Sara said...

This sounds quite intriguing and I am trying to imagine how it works! I will need to come back and click the link after November 1. Congratulations on your new partnership!

Jane LaFazio said...

Very cool! Congrats. Show us your origianl papercuts, pls.

jone hallmark said...

congratulations!
I think it is the perfect association...
xo

josie walrath said...

Congrats! Love your work and sizzix too!i

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

Congrats and I wish your partnership much success!

Sharon Hermens said...

Congratulations, Sharyn! I am so happy for you.

Jeri Landers said...

Oh MY GOSH! Will our x-acto knives become obsolete? This is to cool!