Sanzi Imports Ltd is one of New Zealand's leading wholesalers of Crafting supplies. We have been established since 2003.
We operate a full import and distribution business supplying various sectors of the Retail Trade throughout New Zealand.
Growth in our business has encouraged us to broaden our product base. We actively travel for and wide to bring product to fill niche markets in New Zealand. We have been careful to make sure that our lust for product does not outstrip our expertise, and for that reason we will carefully test market products before placing our full efforts behind them.
We are careful to ensure that we can provide the backup that we need to service the items that we sell. We think it only fair that customers deserve such support after making a purchase from our retailers.
Some of our people who you need to know...
• Chris: Technical know how & Product Sourcing
• Tony: Marketing & Product Sourcing
• Alison: Customer Service & Office Manager
• Vicki: Manager outwards goods
• Lisa: Warehouse Manager
• Eric: Warehouse & Picking up the heavy boxes!
Enjoy your visit to our Website. We have taken great care to ensure that your data and personal details are safe and we never sell or share databases with any other party. We encourage you to register on the website and become part of the ever growing Cricut E-commerce side of Sanzi Imports Ltd.
However if you want to see the products in the flesh, our showroom is open from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 4.30 pm in Unit 5- 93 Ellice Road, Glenfield. Come down and have a play on some of the machines or just ask questions about the products. For most items we run a full backup service. Please feel free to ask us about any items from our range that may require service.
We welcome ideas on how we can improve services to you; feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
Sanzi Imports Ltd Team
What is Cricut?
Cricut is the brand-name of a range of home die-cutting machines (or cutting plotters) used for scrapbooking, made by Provo Craft of Utah. The machines are capable of cutting paper, fabric and vinyl sheets.
The design needs to be made out of components stored on cartridges. This can be done on a PC with the Cricut Design Studio software, on a USB connected Gypsy machine, or can be programmed directly on the Cricut machine. There are currently over 275 cartridges available, to be bought separately, containing fonts and shapes, with new ones added each month.
While some cartridges are generic in content, Cricut has licensing agreements wit hDisney,Pixar,Nickelodeon,Sesame Street, and Hello Kitty.
The benefits of the Cricut Design Studio software are that the user can combine images from different cartridges, merge images, and stretch/rotate images. It also allows the user to see the images displayed on screen before beginning the cutting process, so the user can better visualize the end result.
The original cricut had cutting mats of 6 x 12 inches, the larger Cricut Expressions only allows mats of 12x12 and 12x24. The largest machine will produce letters from a half inch to 23 1/2inches high. Both the Cricut and Cricut Expressions, Cricut Explore and Cricut Maker require mats and blades which can be adjusted to cut through various types of paper and even vinyl.
Cricut is among several electronic die cutters available now to paper crafters, card makers and scrap bookers. The Cricut line comes in a wide range of prices, but the cartridges are interchangeable, although not all options on a cartridge may be available with the smaller machines.