Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Fabric Softener Sheets for die cutting
This is a Cherry Lynn Design border and before, I had to spend a little time poking out all of the paper out of the die or the cut out. The company says that I only have to tap the die and these little cuts come out, but never happened to my friends or me when we tried tapping it on a garbage can.
Once I peeled off the die cut, this is what remains on the fabric softener. Nothing in the die nor the cut.
Here is another example of an intricate die that was already cut out.
Note: The die cut is on the fabric softener sheet and nothing to poke out of the die.
Now look at the fabric softener sheet after I pulled the die cut out of the fabric softener sheet. Nothing was on the die or on the die cut and everything is on the fabric softener sheet.
This doesn't work with all dies, cuts or paper but when it does work, it saves time and note that it also adds more of the embossing from the die to the paper than just cutting it out with only the cutting pads.
All of my friends now use this technique
and we have been using it now for over a year with great results most of the time.
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