See Jen Long’s classic 1950’s style die cuts, get a peek at the original sketches in her sketchbook, and find ideas for how you can use them.
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See Brenda Walton’s die cuts and a whole collection of creative things to make with them.
Here is a demo by Vintaj for a home decor project, but the technique can be used on all kinds of stuff, including mini-books or altered books. See a whole lot more at http://www.paperclipping.com/
This is a fun line geared especially for teens (or the young and wild at heart). These die cuts are especially for jewelry, fashion, locker art, home décor, but can be used for all kinds of reasons, including a bit of scrapbooking.
Check out the Eclips 2 and the Eclips 2 with Bluetooth, which allows you set up your cuts with your iPad or other tablet. Both are computer software-based. As a fun little addition, you are not going to believe how her Eclips designs start!
See how you can get an almost unlimited combination with one set of Triplits, plus see other Sizzix die cut products.
Check out the new Alterations products Tim Holtz designed for Sizzix, as well as some projects made with them.
See the new Sizzix products from Tim Holtz at CHA2014.
Want to get more out of your die cuts?
Whether you use a Cameo, a Cricut, a Sizzix, or any other die cutting tool, you might be able to get more uses from your cuts than you realize.
Every project pictured in this post used something that was leftover from the cuts I made for other projects.
You know that old Great Depression quote?
Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.
Well, I don’t know if we have to go quite that far, but there just might be a lot more you can do with the pieces you’ve cut than you realize.
The funny thing is, I usually like what I do with my leftovers even more than what I did with the original cuts!
So while you’re making your cuts, whether it be from an electronic cutter or a manual die cut machine, think about how you can use your negative “throw-aways,” as well as your positive pieces. Or vice-versa!
BTW, we just released a video tutorial where I share a number of different ways you can get more of your die cuts. You’ll see those favorite pieces of mine that came from my leftover cuts and a step-by-step demo of a super awesome (but easy) technique, pictured below.
This video is for our Paperclipping Members and is available in the Member’s Area and on iTunes.
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Ready to get more ideas for how to get more from your die cuts? Get your membership today for immediate access to this video tutorial, plus more than 200 others!
See this great new line of dies and embossing plates from Brenda Walton via Sizzix at CHA 2013. Brenda put together a fabulous little party setting with all the things she made from her dies!