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Spellbinders S4-356 Nestabilities Decorative Elements Floral Ovals Die Templates
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- Spellbinders die templates are perfect for cards, tags, scrapbooking and more
- You can cut, emboss and stencil with a single die template
- The dies are designed to cut cardstock, paper, metallic foil and other thin materials
- Compatible in most standard die cutting machines
- Approximate sizes): 1. .25 x 1 in 2. 1.625 in .875in 3. 2.625 in x 3.625 in 4. 4 x 5 in
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Scroll work and flowers decorate the edges of these ovals. This set of four die templates coordinate with s4-110 classic ovals Lg. They stack and layer beautifully. Nest two die templates together to create frames, or stamp images or verses in the center for creative options on cards, scrapbook pages and mixed media art. Spellbinders Nest abilities decorative elements dies cut, emboss and stencil with a single die template. Approximate sizes): 1. .25 x 1 in 2. 1.625 in .875in 3. 2.625 in x 3.625 in 4. 4 x 5 in
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Yes, the die cut is pretty, but getting the card stock out of the die is a whole other story. I work with intricate dies all the time, most of them much, much more intricate than the rather bold designs of Spellbinders, and I have yet to encounter such a nuisance issue with dies that are manufactured in America.
If you're only running the die once you may not mind so much having to sit there and poking every hole out to insure a clean cut next time you use the die again. But if you want to run it several times for more than just one card, this sitting over a trash can and poking out the holes even after using wax paper will make you swear under your breath. Made in China and quality going downhill seem synonymous.
As for me, until Spellbinders solves this issue, I think I'll stick with companies well known for their intricate and high quality dies such as Cheery Lynn, Memory Box and Poppy Stamps, Marianne, and even Die-Versions. For the price Spellbinders wants I expect more than what I am getting.
will release like a charm. The other trick is to layer scotch tape (on the back) on areas
don't cut as well and just leave it on, sort of a spot shim. I find that easier than rotating the die