We R Memory Keepers - Cut Outs Die - Chevrons

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Get inspired with the Chevrons Cut Outs Die by We R Memory Keepers. Made from 100% steel this wafer thin die will cut and emboss with most die cutting tools. Add a special touch to your project by adding a colorful or patterned sheet behind your design. These dies easily cut through felt, vinyl, paper goods, cardstock, thin metal and more. Includes one die that measures 1.1" x 5.3".

SKU: wr-03823-8 UPC: 633356038238

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  • Can someone tell me what is needed to use We R dies with the Sizzix Big Shot?
    Thanks in advanced!!   By: Betty Lemmon (17-Jul-14) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I just used the same sandwich that I use for the sizzix framelits (magnetic platform, bottom plate, cardstock, We R die - cut side down for better positioning on the cardstock, then the top plate) . it worked well, tho' I had to watch my positioning and used washi tape to stick the die edges down sometimes because I was making A2 cards for OWH. the die just fits across the 5 1/2 inch side of the card. the only extra attention needed is when gluing a backing card under the chevron or dots. since the cuts go right to the edge of the cardstock, I had to be creative in gluing the edges so they didn't bend on the card - since OWH cards are put in and taken out of shipping boxes several times before the servicemen see them. however, I don't think it's a problem for regularly-mailed single cards. I mail 300 or so cards at a time! suggest you also use a heavier cardstock to guard against bending the edges. I tend to use the newer Bazzill heavier cardstock. enjoy the die - its fun to use and makes great cards! By: cindygirl (20-Jul-14) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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