Spellbinders S2-082 Shapeabilities Die D-Lites, Sentiments One
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- Some of the most used sentiments are offered in this set: Congrats, Happy Birthday and Best Wishes
- Use them separately or together, the choice is yours
- Spellbinders Shapeabilities Die D-Lites, cut, emboss and stencil with a single die template
- Mix-n-match within the collection or use them as accents and embellishments to your favorite Spellbinders dies
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Some of the most used sentiments are offered in this set: Congrats, Happy Birthday and Best Wishes. Use them separately or together, the choice is yours. Spellbinders Shapeabilities Die D-Lites, cut, emboss and stencil with a single die template. Approximate Die Template Sizes: Congrats: 2 7/8 x 3/4" Happy: 1 3/8 x 5/8" Birthday: 1 3/4 x 5/8" Best: 1 x 1/2" Wishes: 1 1/4 x 1/2".
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As soon as they came I ran in my craft room and tried them through my big shot. They would not cut clean. After many attempts with various combinations of sandwiches and cardstocks and wax paper, etc, I had yet to get a clean cut of all three words.
So, I called Spellbinders (number is on the package) and spoke to the customer service rep. Well, to be accurate, left message for her and she called back the next day. I explained my problem and learned the following:
Spellbinders wants you to call them to make it right, if you have a problem, before you post the review or complaint.
These dies, even though there is no directions on the package that they are different, are delicate dies. They are meant to go through paper not heavier than 65 pound, so it was my fault for trying to use heavier paper.
Roller Dies, like Big Shot, have the most pressure on the outside edges of the roller, so you should place your dies lengthwise, one on each side of the roller, and run it through that way. The Big Shot is not meant to cut these delicate dies, (why they design dies not meant to go through the most popular type of machine...the roller type is beyond me)
So, they promise to make it right, I am to go try their methods... thin paper, like it up one outside of rollers, the word going lengthwise to the roller, and it "should work)
and, it kind of does, with the right paper and if it wants to. But now, getting the word intact out of the die and off the background paper becomes an issue.
I seriously will not purchase any "delicate" dies in future and am not thrilled with a company that points to everyone and everything but their own less than perfect design as the problem!
Update. I have many spellbinders die but every time I tried to use this one I curse every time I try to release the die cut and fail. I hate this one and with be re placing it with another die set not from this co.