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    Hey guys,

    So I am really familiar with sticker letters but I am not too familiar with these other type of letters I saw at the scrapbook store last weekend. They were fairly thick - like cardstock. Are those Die-cuts? Do you have to use a cricuit for those or can you buy them from a SR merchant? I'm just wondering where to get them and how. I haven't sprung for a cricuit yet and not sure when I can but I want the letters and didn't see any in the shop for sale.
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    Sorry, I'm not familiar with those letters (I use stickers too). I do covet the Cricut though...wish I had more space.
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    I first thought of these letter stacks. They also have chipboard letters that are thicker. Not sure if either of those are what you are thinking of...
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    Hmm those two might be it. I can't see really well on this screen but they look similar. I'll have to go look for them at Hobby Lobby or Michael's this weekend and then come order them online.
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    The stack ones are hard to see online, but they are a little thicker like cardstock. They come in a huge pack that has several pages with different fonts and basic colors. And then the chipboard is a little thicker than cardstock.
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    You could also try Ebay. I remember when I was doing my parents' 25th anniversary book a few years back I ended up picking up a sizzix letter cartridge there, but they also had people selling sets of letters for a few bucks each.
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