Spellbinders - Holiday Collection - Halloween - Shapeabilities Dies - Witch on Broom

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Your Halloween projects will be spellbinding when you use the Witch on Broom Shapeabilities Die Set from the Holiday Collection! The dies will cut, deboss, emboss and stencil with a single etched die template and are compatible with most die cutting machines sold separately. This set includes a witch on her b...  Full Description & Details
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Your Halloween projects will be spellbinding when you use the Witch on Broom Shapeabilities Die Set from the Holiday Collection! The dies will cut, deboss, emboss and stencil with a single etched die template and are compatible with most die cutting machines sold separately. This set includes a witch on her broom and three bats. Included in this set are 4 thin metal dies by Spellbinders that range in size from .51" x .81" to 2.65" x 3.2".
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  • Yesterday I tried to cut this shape out with my die-cut machine. Her head and upper part cut nicely but the bottom (shoes legs, etc.) was more like embossed . I changed up the pressure but it still did a similar output. What do I need to do?   By: CJHolmes (19-Sep-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • If you have one of the tools that has a round ball on the end, you can use it to smooth out the lines. Turn it over to the wrong side and go over the lines -- after you experiment a little you will be able to smooth the lines. By: candace26693 (16-Feb-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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