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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Hi there!

This week's tool is brought to you by the people at QuicKutz.

It is not a new tool but I have found that sometimes when tools have been out in the market a while if they don't receive a lot of hype you may just miss them.

This utilitarian tool is called the Quick Stik. It is the "Quicker-Poker-Picker-Upper".

This tool will help you pick up and remove the tiniest of embellishments, die cuts, beads, punched images and photos with a stroke of the stik. It has an adhesive putty on one end and slanted- flat head on the opposite end allowing for pick up both adhesive & non adhesive products.

Some people have tweezers to help with tiny embellishments but I have this tool because it holds my tiny embellishments and allows me to place it exactly where I want it without slipping.

The retail on mine when I got it was $6.99 but I still have the same stick & it still has adhesive putty. I use it often. It was well worth it for me. If you can't find it at your local craft stores, try online retailers or quickutz.com .

Happy Crafting Everyone!


  1. Sonia, when your rght, Your right, so much stuff comes out all the time, some things get past us! This is a handy tool. Love your new ELEGANT blog design, really beautiful. Thanks.


  2. This looks like a great tool. I will try to find it. Thanks for all your helpful hints.
    Luv the new blog.

  3. Oh wow...i've never heard of this. I wonder if my local craft store has it. It would be perfect for my gems that I also am all thumbs with! Thanks for the info. ;)

    Take care..

  4. I had not heard of this tool at all. I have been looking through areas around the QuicKuts at Hobby Lobby because that is where the Cuttlebug embossing folders and the Nestabilities are. I will have to look closer to find this because I always have trouble picking up those tiny items. Thanks again for sharing all of these wonderful ideas!!

  5. I have this tool. My scrappy friend Nicole sent it to me about a month ago, and I don't know how I ever lived without it. The other end that has the flat like tool if you pull that out, it has another end to it that is pointy like a little tooth pick, great for picking those small pieces that is sometimes left behind in your cricut cuts. I hope I shared with you something that you did not already know already about a tool:) BTW, I sent you an important e-mail yesterday..did you get it??


  6. I actually have a tool that you showcase :) and I love it as well. It has helped me so much with the little pieces that I have so much trouble trying to pick up. Thanks !!


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