Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Using the Tag & Bookplate die

This die is so cool. The LARGEST of the Alterations dies, but fits comfortably in my BigShot.

Notice the different areas to work in! The 'tag' part will accept a piece of paper 3.5" wide by 11" long. This will cut the tag & re-enforcemont holes.

The metal plate will allow you to use any of the magnetic Movers & Shapers to cut anywhere within the tag.
Who wants to make a fools bet Tim is designing more of these for the Winter CHA in January??? Come on, I could use the cash! LOL.

Smaller pieces can be placed on the left of the die to cut the 2 bookplates. This is an awesome way to use up smaller scraps of paper!

Why do you 'want' no NEED this die when you can buy tags?
Because you can cut a tag from just about any material or paper-stock you have!

You can also setup your cardstock in software to print contact or swap information and attach it to a finished tag to complete the back and make it pretty! Brilliant!

This image shows the Tag portion of the die with the WISH Magnetic Movers & Shapers die placed in the lower portion, and the finished tag so you can see what it looks like.

1 comment:

rose123 said...

Wow.wow. This is a beautiful tag. Very creative and elegant. Love it.