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Picket Fence Studios - Slimline Die Cutting System - Dies - Tree Scenery Insert
Picket Fence Studios - Slimline Die Cutting System - Dies - Tree Scenery Insert
Picket Fence Studios - Slimline Die Cutting System - Dies - Tree Scenery Insert
Picket Fence Studios - Slimline Die Cutting System - Dies - Tree Scenery Insert

Picket Fence Studios - Slimline Die Cutting System - Dies - Tree Scenery Insert

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This Tree Scenery Insert is part of the Picket Fence Studios Slimline Die Cutting System Collection. This set of thin metal dies includes 7 pieces, the tree in a circle and 6 smeller dies to complement the scene. The possibilities for this set are endless. These dies are compatible with leading die cutting ma...  Full Description & Details
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This Tree Scenery Insert is part of the Picket Fence Studios Slimline Die Cutting System Collection. This set of thin metal dies includes 7 pieces, the tree in a circle and 6 smeller dies to complement the scene. The possibilities for this set are endless. These dies are compatible with leading die cutting machines (sold separately). The largest die measures 2.5" x 2.5" and the smallest measures 0.37" x 0.25". These dies can also be used for standard card fronts, scrapbook pages, tags, journal entries, and other paper crafting projects.  

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Dimensions
Largest: 2.5" x 2.5", Smallest: 0.37" x 0.25"
Number of Pieces
7
SKU
pif-sdcs-112
UPC
745558020307
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  • Dear Customer Service,
    I recently purchased this die set and after I ran it through my die cutting machine there were loose slivers of metal shards on the paper. The die seemed to cut fine, but Iím worried that metal came off if it and I was afraid to run it through again. Is this common or a concern? Iíve never seen this happen before.
    Thank you for your help,
    Debbie   By: peachesgordy (20-May-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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