I have been looking at getting a Slice cutter since I first saw one at the Houston Quilt Show. I have been trying to decide if I would use it often enough to pay for itself. I do applique, but I haven't that much in the past. This year I am going to concentrate on needle turn applique. So I have been searching the web to get ideas for what all I could do with the Slice. After I saw some paper projects on Pinterest I was pretty much sold. But I didn't find out enough before the Black Friday sale ended, so I have been on the lookout for a good deal. In the meantime, I started following their blog so I could stay up to date on info about the Slice and if they have another special. I left a comment when they were giving away some fabric scraps. I like to make miniature quilts at times and the fabric looked really cute (especially if that was what they would be sending) because it was something that I didn't usually buy. Jenn contacted me and said she would send a care package. I got it yesterday. Boy, was I surprised! I did not receive fabric scraps, I got a bag, tool kit and some crafting items. I was very happy and surprised. I had been looking at purchasing the bag and tool kit, but backed out at the last minute. Now I am glad I exercised a little patience. Now to go ahead and get my machine so I can start slicing. I also have to have the hands free kit. I will be checking at Amazon and the Slice website. I was going to add a picture, but for some reason blogger is not giving me that option. Maybe later.