Saturday, October 06, 2012

Happy World Card Making Day!

Today is World Card Making Day.

What better way to celebrate than with a little shopping spree for card-making supplies? And what better supply than the brand new Precision Dies from FranticStamper?

The new FranticStamper Precision Dies are just amazing. Designed to work beautifully together, these dies are based on 1" or 1.25" squares, with 1/4" spacing between them. Because the borders around the edges of the squares is 1/8", butting one die up against another creates that same 1/4" spacing! This way you can easily combine dies to make all sorts of windows in your cards. The limit is your imagination! Here are some things to consider:

     -no measuring needed; the dies do that work for you.
     -just a small piece of removable tape will hold the dies in place
     -hundreds of layout possibilities by combining dies
     -use the square "punch-outs" to create layered elements, mosaics, etc.,
     -use the frames as a guide for placement.
     -cut the square "punch-outs" to make easy corners
     -don't forget turning the square dies on the bias for neat "diamond" effects
     -great for the "highlight" technique
     -great for making shaker cards

These dies will be one of the most versatile crafting tools you will own. They are steel ruled, made entirely in the USA. They can cut through card-stock, paper, craft foam, felt and other thin materials like a hot knife cutting through butter! You will LOVE the quality and the design; a great deal of thought went into designing this system of dies, and there is nothing else like it on the market. Get yours now at!

And while you are shopping, don't forget to check out the FranticStamper cling-mounted stamps. They are French-inspired red rubber stamps mounted on quality cling foam. The line has some really classic images, and even a few risqué images as well. You will The be absolutely thrilled with how beautifully they stamp!

Happy World Card Making Day! Get shopping, then crafting!

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