Jo Packham Captures Inspired Celebratory Designs for Sizzix

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Where Women Cook product line presents newest die and embossing designs for crafters, foodies and party givers

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Consumers can now add charming décor to their savory creations when using the new Where Women Cook™ die-cutting and embossing collection from Sizzix®.

"My latest Where Women Cook collection creates tasteful designs to complement any of your special occasions,” said Jo Packham, Licensed Designer for Sizzix.

Life’s moments can now be savored longer with the newest Where Women Cook™ (WWC) crafts collection for Sizzix® and its family of die-cutting machines.

Thirteen culinary-themed designs inspired by Where Women Cook™ magazine editor Jo Packham arrive in a creative assortment of Bigz™, Thinlits™ and Sizzlits® Decorative Strip dies, as well as Textured Impressions™ Embossing Folders. The new arrivals easily fashion charming décor items, party favors, treat containers and more.

"My latest Where Women Cook collection creates tasteful designs to complement any of your special occasions,” Packham said.

Highlighting the release are five boxes in cake pop, fortune cookie, hexagon, pizza and tea designs made from steel-rule Bigz dies in standard, L and XL sizes. A steel-rule Bigz bread die comes with a matching Texture Impressions Embossing Folder for added creativity, while a jar lid die cuts “delish” and “2 go” phrases for more personalized statements.

Wafer-thin, chemically-etched Thinlits die sets cut a variety of food/party-themed creations, including mini recipe box with cards to share delicious recipes, celebratory tags for gift labels and telephone with address cards to ensure a proper guest list is always handy. A bread-themed Sizzlits Decorative Strip die creates the perfect medium to share recipes or photos, while two sets of Textured Impressions Embossing Folders personalize jar lids with elegantly embossed designs.

“Our newest designs coordinate seamlessly with our other Where Women Cook product offerings which are sure to delight DIYers, foodies and party planners alike!” said Cara Mariano, Art Director for Sizzix.

The WWC collection is now available in stores around the country, including local craft boutiques and major retail craft chains. For more information, visit

About Where Women Cook
Where Women Cook is a quarterly magazine created by its inspiring Editor-in Chief, Jo Packham, who is also the driving force behind Where Women Create, the popular quarterly magazine that explores the creativity behind inspirational work spaces. Where Women Cook celebrates extraordinary women who are passionate about their kitchens and all things food. Whether its culinary décor, entertaining ideas or mouth-watering food and drink recipes, Where Women Cook is a welcome spice to life. And now with the Where Women Cook design collection for Sizzix, you can complement your cooking with delicious designs that any taste can appreciate.

About Sizzix
Launched in 2001, Sizzix is a division of Ellison Educational Equipment Inc., the market pioneer and leader of die-cutting machines and accessories. Through its portfolio of die-cutting machines and die-cutting products, Sizzix leverages Ellison’s 37 years of proven manufacturing and technology heritage to empower creativity among its customer base with new and innovative products. Sizzix is a recognized global brand that can be found in over 100 countries and in major and specialty retailers. For more information on Sizzix and its line of craft-inspiring products, please visit

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