Tip of the Day: Cutting Perfect Wafer Thin Dies from Nicole Petersen


I love designs that come with coordinating dies; they are so much fun to create with! We’re happy to have Nicole Petersen join us today to share a tip on how to easily position those thin dies so you get a perfect cut every time. You are sure to use and appreciate this tip.

Make sure to check out all the workshops at upcoming Stamp & Scrapbook Expos for all kinds of tips and techniques; you’ll be so glad you did!

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21 thoughts on “Tip of the Day: Cutting Perfect Wafer Thin Dies from Nicole Petersen

  1. Stacy O'Dell says:

    What an excellent system for cutting matching stamps and dies! I am so excited! Thanks Nicole, how clever!!!

  2. Miriam Schechter says:

    Love this tip – I am going to use it on some of my flower stamp/matching dies since I can never get them lined up perfectly. Thank you,

  3. Jeanette McClurkin says:

    What a great tip. I can finally use all those matching stamps and dies I have purchased lately.

    • Jen Walker says:

      Different people do it different ways. You can die cut and then stamp or stamp and then die cut. Nicole was showing the way she has found that works best for her 🙂

  4. Nan Spier says:

    Why not die cut first, and then stamp. The stamp is clear and you can see through the acrylic block to stamp the image. Your technique would work for wooden stamps though! 😀

  5. Holly Jackson says:

    Thanks for this great tip! I was also wondering what company makes the die for the zipper openings that is used in your “Add Zip & Flair” class. I see Mama Elephant makes one but I am not sure if that is what is used for your class!

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