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Sizzix - Framelits Dies - Scallop Ovals
Sizzix - Framelits Dies - Scallop Ovals

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Sizzix - Framelits Dies - Scallop Ovals

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This package of four Scallop Oval Framelits Dies is from Sizzix. These scalloped ovals are compatible with leading die cutting machines (sold separately). These chemically etched, wafer-thin Framelits dies are designed to cut through a single sheet of cardstock, paper, vellum, or foil and are perfect for laye...  Full Description & Details
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This package of four Scallop Oval Framelits Dies is from Sizzix. These scalloped ovals are compatible with leading die cutting machines (sold separately). These chemically etched, wafer-thin Framelits dies are designed to cut through a single sheet of cardstock, paper, vellum, or foil and are perfect for layering. These dies can be used on cards, scrapbook pages, tags, journal and planner pages, and other paper crafting and mixed media projects. These dies range in size from 1.125" x 1.75" to 3.125" x 4.12". 

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Largest: 3.12" x 4.5", Smallest: 1.12" x 1.75"
Number of Pieces
4
SKU
sz-657564
UPC
841182061942
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  • What are these made of   By: jd.hagadorn (10-Mar-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Sorry it took me so long to respond - had out of town company. Anyway, they are made of a a fairly heavy metal, but not sure what the metal is. I've used them very successfully, most recently for 50 christmas cards. Depending on your die cutting machine, you may have to put a shim under the bottom cutting pad. Hope this helps. By: mowillits (17-Mar-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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