Timeless Tulip Coordinating Metal Dies
Product description: This is the coordinating die for the 6x6 inch Clear, High-quality photopolymer stamp set called Timeless Tulips Included are beautiful Timeless Tulips images to die-cut the Tulip pitcher, a cute cup cupcake, a wine glass, a bowl of fruit, some assorted fruits and a tea cup with saucer....
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- This is the coordinating die for the 6x6 inch Clear, High-quality photopolymer stamp set called Timeless Tulips
- Included are beautiful Timeless Tulips images to die-cut the Tulip pitcher, a cute cup cupcake, a wine glass, a bowl of fruit, some assorted fruits and a tea cup with saucer.
Directions for metal craft die use:
- Stamp your images from the Timeless Tulips collection
- Gently remove the metal die from it’s packaging and line the inside edges of the dies up to your stamped images. The dies will leave a very narrow white edge around your image.
- As desired, you can color and/or embellish your images before or after die-cutting. Keep in mind that adding dimensional texture pastes, glitters, embossing powders may flatten when you run the image through your die-cutting machine. You may want to embellish your inages after die-cutting.
- Using your favorite die-cutthing machine, lay a piece of paper or cardstock facing the sharp edges of the die and run the required “plate sandwich” through your machine (please note that different machines use different die-cutting sandwiches)
- These dies are thin steel dies and they work in most available manual and automatic die cutting machines, such as your Vagabond, Cuttlebug, Gemini, Gemini junior, Spellbinder’s Platinum, Big Kick, Big Shot etc.
- Dies work on different thin materials, including paper, cardstock, specialty foiled or glitter papers
- Once your images are cut, feel free to adore and embellish your projects
- Share your beautiful projects with us at #scrappytailscrafts
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