Product Showcase: Watercolor Woods Metal Dies
Some dies coordinate directly with a stamp set where they cut the around the outside of a stamped image. They don't have much use on their own, but crafters love them because they take the time and fuss out of cutting out each image with scissors. Other dies are so amazing that they not only compliment the stamp set, but have a complete life on their own.
Such is the case with Stamp Chimp's Watercolor Woods metal dies. Your purchase includes:
- Torn edge die (sized to span across and cut a standard card)
- Torn spiral binding die
- Words frame die (designed to fit the "Hope" and "Friend" stamps from the set)
- 5 washi dies (different lengths and torn edges)
The Watercolor Woods Clear Rubber Stamp and Die Bundle
The Watercolor Woods stamp set features these beautiful watercolor images of mountains, trees and landscape that you can use to create a lovely scene. You'll save 10% when purchase the stamp and die together.
Stamp words on these strips, but also use them as pseudo washi on scrapbooks and cards. Notice how realistic they appear like they've been hand torn. Use these dies with cardstock, vellum, copy paper and background or pattern paper.
Torn Paper Edge Die
Is there an art to tearing paper? Perhaps! If anything, this die certainly takes the worry out of how to make a good looking tear. This die has lots of intricate edges to give that genuine torn paper look. This die can be used on cardstock, vellum, copy paper, background and pattern papers. And look how good it goes with the spiral hole die!
Torn Spiral Binding Die
This die will definitely take you back to high school and all of your college ruled spiral notebooks. The die cuts the holes and also the 'tear out' cut of each hole. cut out a couple of these from different types of paper or cardstock and layer them on your project.
This collection of dies will give your projects that finishing touch quickly and easily. Get yours today and start adding your own finishing touches to your projects with the Watercolor Woods dies.