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Our wafer-thin metal crafting dies are compatible with most major die cutting machines. Packed with value, these innovative, cutting edge die sets will take your paper crafting to new heights. Check out our videos for inspiration and instructions.
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Posted by Sharyn Polesel on Feb 17th 2021
This is such a fun pop up and so easy to make.
Posted by Wanda on Dec 10th 2020
I love this pop up. Had a little trouble getting the large tree to pop into the other tree. I enlarged the notch at the bottom and then it slipped in without bending the top.
Posted by Tanya on Aug 14th 2020
I made it immediately after I received it. Had a fabulous time and made great trees. The hardest part is decorating them with little colored dots after the trees are together. I'll have to think of something else the next time. Maybe white trees with hearts for valentines's day.
Posted by betty Bell on May 19th 2020
Easy to use. Live it
Posted by Sandy Long on Dec 27th 2018
Was very impressed at how well the tree held up after many, many openings and closings. I thought the way the tree attaches to base would possibly fail after a while, but, it holds up great! So versatile, easy to assemble, and adorable. Easy to put a gift card inside.
Posted by Arlene Cronin on Dec 22nd 2018
I bought this die and have made a bunch of cards with it. After following the video exactly the first card, I found it easier to put the rug on before I assemble the tree. Also I mounted the inside card to a full piece of cardstock on the outside. To get it to lay flat, I just scored the middle several times and worked the fold fosrward and backward several times . This made the fold line thinner and it laid flat.
Posted by Angie in NM on Jan 4th 2018
Yes, the FIRST one seems complicated but it is really easy once you get the hang of it. I found it was best to cut out a bunch of tree parts, drop circles of glitter glue on the tree fronts, remember you only need it on the TOP of the large trees. Let it dry overnight and then assemble trees.
Of course, at some point, put glitter glue on the BACK side of the top of the large trees.
I did the first dozen like Karen did with the rug in two pieces so that the card fold would only have one layer and lay flat. I later decided I liked it better to do the inside "rug" area in one piece and have the front and back of the card separate pieces to glue to the back side of the "rug".
Karen's old fleur de lis Paris Edge or the Agatha Edge makes a wonderful rug!
I'm going to be making birthday cards with birds and make winter and spring/summer versions of this card. Everyone LOVES it.
Posted by Mary W on Dec 13th 2017
I think this is a fantastic way to make a great card for someone. Not expensive card once the die is purchased. And useful for all ages and various times of the year.
Posted by Sally-Ann Huson on Dec 5th 2017
Card recipients love getting this card - it is a standout and so many nice compliments from them about it too! Just a stunner and easy to put together using the video and/or thesimple instruction sheet. Another "Must have" in any Crafters Stash!
Posted by Yanni on Nov 13th 2017
Takes a little time to put together but well worth the effort. After putting the first one together you kind of get the hang of it. I used stickles to decorate the tree before I put them together. That made it a little easier than sticking things to the tree after it was together. Love all of Karen's dies.
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