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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 Andrea Horne on Apr 22nd 2018
Love this die ,makes it so easy to create beautiful cards.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 9th 2018
The dies included in this set make an adorable and elaborately impressive pop up card. It can be birthday, get well, thinking of you, congratulations, thank you... many uses! The detailed online video instructions make assembly really simple.
Posted by Sherrie on Feb 26th 2018
When I purchase the die set I thought it was going to be hard to put together. But it was very easy to assemble. I have made several cards with it and I love the die.
Posted by Anita on Feb 22nd 2018
I am a fan of twisty, poppy cards, and Karen's creations are a step up from any I've used before. This is so wonderfully versatile, Birthday, Anniversary, Congratulations, Sympathy, and with all the poinsettias I've collected, even Christmas! I am currently creating a great sympathy card for the passing of a wonderful woman who was a creative wonder who lived a full 95 years! (RIP Roberta).
Posted by Unknown on Feb 12th 2018
This was a fun die to use to make a pop-up card!
Posted by Unknown on Jan 2nd 2018
Products are always engineered well and work exactly as promised. Besides being too cute!
Posted by Linda Mclain on Dec 31st 2017
I have really enjoyed this project
Posted by Pam on Dec 2nd 2017
Makes just the cutest card. Directions on Utube give you really good ideas and suggestions. Was able to print them out on the website too, but I think it is best if you watch video then read directions.
Posted by Christine on Nov 18th 2017
The best flowers you can send. No maintenance, long lasting, easy to care for. Karen's instructions are easy to follow for a wow project that everyone loves getting. Her pop ups work as shown.
Posted by Barbara Mosman on Nov 13th 2017
After making several of these cards I find it easiest to start with a single 5x7 card base. I simply embellish the front of the card to hide the flower pot pop up mechanism. The card always lies flat and there is much less bulk.