Scrapbook Die Cuts

Written by Liza Hartung
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For those who have been scrapbooking for a while, you know what a blessing scrapbook die cuts are. In fact, I think we should all get down on our knees and thank whatever we believe in that they were created. They save you so much time! Who would have thought you could get such an array or previously cut objects. Not only that, most of them are decorated to the likeness of what they represent!

It is a beautiful thing to just grab a die cut from its package and glue in on your page. You do not need scrapbook die cuts to make a scrapbook. You can always cut shapes from paper. However, that can really take up a lot of time. It can also prove quite frustrating when you want to make more than one and you want them all to look alike. Die cuts are often worth purchasing.

The problem becomes, if there is truly a problem, what to do when you want the exact same shape, but in a different size. Well, you have to go back to the old trace and cut method. I know it's time consuming, and that's why we use scrapbook die cuts in the first place, but having to trace and cut one out of every 30 or 40 isn't bad. Take your die cut, trace it, and either cut bigger or smaller depending on what you want.

Scrapbook Die Cuts for Life

You can find die cuts for all sorts of occasions. There are packages for New Year's Eve, Hanukkah, birthdays, picnics, Christenings, movies and more. No matter how obscure a page you think you are creating, I wager that you can find a die cut package with at least some relevance. So, go, get your supplies and have fun scrapbooking!


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