Sizzix - Hero Arts - Framelits Die and Repositionable Rubber Stamp Set - Frames with Sprigs




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Create stunning labels featuring a pretty floral design with ease. These labels are gorgeous for cards, scrapbook layouts and all your projects. Sizzix and Hero Arts teamed up to create the Frames with Sprigs set. In this set, you will receive a set of Framelits dies from Sizzix. There are five dies in this set that vary in size, measuring from 1 1/8" x 1 1/8" to 3 1/2" x 1 5/8". Cut four frames in different designs or a sprig of flowers with these dies. Use these labels to highlight a special embellishment, add a sentiment, create a title or add journaling. Then, take your project to the next level with Hero Arts. Also included in this set are matching cling stamps that will highlight the shapes of these elegant labels. Getting started is easy. Just stamp your image on cardstock, vellum, or paper. Then, line it up with the matching Framelits die. Framelits are very thin and are made in a process called chemical etching, which ensures the cutting edge is perfectly smooth and even. You will cut exactly what you see with these dies, so you can be sure your stamped image is aligned perfectly before you cut. It means you can also use scraps or smaller pieces of paper when cutting your label. Please note: these dies must be used with the BIGkick, Vagabond or Big Shot machines and require a set of Cutting Pads and the machine's Platform; if you are using the Essentials Platform or Solo Platform and Shim, the Extended Adapter or Solo Adapter is also required. All items are sold separately.

SKU: sz-657775 UPC: 841182062901

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