My Christmas Wish List (part one)

With the holidays approaching, it is becoming time to think about giving gifts to your loved ones. It is always appreciated when each family member creates a wish list so that I am able to give gifts that they really want. So, I decided to sit down at think about the top items on my scrapbook wish list. Thought that I would share my list with you.

Epson R1800 large-format printer.

I’ve been wanting this for quiet a while, but the large price tag is holding me back. I have read many reviews and almost everyone who had this print really likes it. I would love the flexibility that owning a photo print would allow. Last minute photo could be printed for a layout without waiting for them to be printed at a photo lab. This printer could even print 8 X 10 photos or a full 12 X 12 scrapbook page. I’m still doing research and will probably buy a much smaller photo printer, but for now I’m dreaming big!

Quickutz Revolution.

Quickutz has just released a new cutting tool that will cut 4 X 4 inch dies. The great thing about this new tool is that you can cut up to 4 of the 1 X 1 inch dies at the same time. You just turn the handle and roll the dies through the machine. This could really speed up the process of mass-producing items when I make cards.

Basic Grey Fruitcake Collection Pack.

Have you seen this beautiful new paper line from Basic Grey? There paper is always beautiful, but this even more exciting because the pages are double-sided. This collection pack comes with 18 double-sided papers, a die cut tag sheet and a sheet of alphabet stickers.

With so many fun and new products out there, it is impossible to keep up. When looking for things for your wish list try to think about how much you will actually use the tool/product to determine if it is really something you want to spend your money on.

Look for more items on my wish list coming up in part two of this article.

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