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  • Spellbinders Nestabilities Majestic Elements Dies-
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    I have not had the time to use these yet but hope I can soon. Never had any problems with the products this company has. And Overstock.com always does a great job!!

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    buyerofos November 22, 2013
  • the largest image doesn't cut compleely
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    The largest image doesn't cut completely no matter how you shim it.And the next image doesn't work well either. I would not recommend this product.

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    41sharon April 4, 2013
  • Endless possibilities
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    Spellbinders are a great deal and Overstock offers a very competitive price. I really like this set for use in making greeting cards. These layer very well with my basic shapes.

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    tcrafty1 March 5, 2013
  • Extremely versatile.

    Once I learned how to use these properly with my Big Shot, I've been thrilled to bits with all of the nestability dies. Tips: For intricate dies like these rectangles, always use a chunk of wax paper between the die and the paper, it makes popping the cut-outs a breeze. There is a tiny hole on the back of the die for each and every "well" on the die, using a pick to pop out the tiny bits is easy. Even easier with the wax paper. It took a bit of experimentation to figure out the thickness of shim to use with these super slim dies. I use a metal sheet under the die on tab2 for cutting and a rubber mat on top of the paper on tab1 for embossing. I use the thin-width green painters tape to hold the shim, die, wax paper, and paper in place when I need things lined up exactly. It doesn't effect the cutting of the die, comes off most papers easily [fibrous or thin papers should be tested first, like a mulberry or tissue paper], and stops things from jumping around from static cling. Wiping all the surfaces, including the paper, with a dryer softener sheet also helps negate the static cling. The easiest way to colour inside the die-cut shape is to leave it in the die itself while you chalk, paint or stamp on the center part. That way the edge of the die gives you a very clean line. You can mix-n-match with other nestability dies as well. I like to use the largest rectangle of this set with a scalloped oval inside.

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    sueonthefarm February 24, 2013
  • Great value
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    Purchased this item at a lower price. it was the same as seen on other sites but lower price.

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    sassygirl00 January 30, 2013
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