DIE CUTS & EMBOSSING
Here are some VIDEOS about the different scrapbooking dies and embossing folders that we carry at CutAtHome. Scrapbook die cuts are usually metal or plastic wafer thin dies that can be used to cut, emboss, deboss, and/or even stencil with card stock paper and other materials through a die cutting machine. These shapes then can be placed on scrapbooking pages or cards. The videos shown here are from the following: Spellbinders, Sizzix, Quickutz (Lifestyle Crafts), Tim Holtz, and Provo Craft.
Spellbinders Cut Fold and Tuck – layering dies with one pass through on a die cutting machine.
Spellbinders Shapeabilities – These are dies that belong to the shapeabilities collection. Some are done by Spellbinders and the Grand line is done by Julianna Hudgins designer of spellbinders paper arts.
Spellbinders M-Bossabilities – These dies were released in 2012 and give you a two in one embossing folder for embossing and letterpress effects. The videos show you what they look like and how you can use them in your scrapbooking projects!
Spellbinders Dies ( this is a video showing many of the different kinds of dies offered by spellbinders paper arts )
Spellbinders Edgeabilities (video demo by Stacey Caron on how many different things you can do with these dies)
Spellbinders GRAND Nestabilities (these dies are designed for the Grand Calibur or Big Shot PRO machines. They are very LARGE nestabilities of all you favorite shapes.
Spellbinders Dies Compatibility (used in different die cutting machines)
Sizzix Pop N’ Cuts – these dies run through your die cutting machine to create a pop-up card or invitation!
Sizzix Framelits (Sizzix version of nesting dies)
PROVO CRAFT VIDEOS
QUICKUTZ (LIFESTYLE CRAFTS) VIDEOS
How to Emboss Quickutz dies
How to Cut Quickutz dies
TIM HOLTZ VIDEOS
Difference between Spellbinders Nestabilities, Quickutz Nesting dies, and Sizzix Framelits ( a must see video! This will explain how each of these dies are different so that you can order the right ones!)