March is "Craft" month on HSN (Home Shopping Network) and I like to always tune in to see what is new on the market, see how they use their product, etc., etc.. So March 24th was the big day, it was also the day I had to get one GD to school (on time) and then watch the youngest till Daddy got here. Megan was a champ and let me watch from time to time ...LOL! They do the same segments over and over through the 24 hr. period. Anna Griffin was there with her Die cuts and Embossing folders as a set. Now I do have a real weakness for Dies, but have plenty of embossing folders, so I just watched.......and watched..... and watched! By the end of "their" day, late afternoon for me, I finally caved and called in my order :o Yes, I bow my head,....................... but not in shame, I am offering up some prayers of THANKS!!!! Holly Mollie I have hit the jack pot!!!
I spent this morning cutting and embossing samples, and trying their techniques. This is a picture of the single dies that I got in the order, the sample cuts just below. I have to say that these dies are really fantastic, not wafer thin, but of nice weight and size. They also have a deep cut to them. I haven't tried chip board, but I really think they will cut it.
I have ordered and bought Anna Griffin products for scrap booking in the past and was very satisfied with the quality, and these items are no different. I am REALLY please with all of the products and REALLY glad I bought them. Of course I do know that HSN has a super return policy, if I was not pleased with any of it.
I am NOT affiliated with Anna Griffin or HSN.So now I am off to do more laundry, I'm starting to feel a little better, head no longer pounds, but have a stuffy head and a runny nose............to much info? Ok I'll just sign off for now.........
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