Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies Available Jan. 16!

Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies – Images © Stampin’ Up!

STARTING JANUARY 16, the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies ($30) will be back in stock and available for purchase.  I love the sweet edging the dies create and classic shapes that coordinate with Stampin’ Up! Layering Squares, Circles and Ovals Dies.

Here are the approximate sizes of the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies:

Circles:  1-3/8″, 1-7/8″, 2-3/8″, 2-7/8″

Squares:  1-3/16″, 1-5/8″, 2-1/8″, 2-5/8″

Ovals:  1-3/4″ x 1-3/16″, 2-1/4″ x 1-5/16″, 2-3/4″ x 1-13/16″, 3-1/4″ x 2-5/16″.

Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies coordinate with the Stampin’ Up! Layering Circles, Squares and Ovals Framelits Dies below!

ENABLER ALERT!  The Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies will likely be on your “must have” list after you watch the Stampin’ Up! video demonstration below.

Click video image above to watch!  

Look what you can do with the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies!

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Check out the “stitching” the dies create on the “for you” layer (by Stampin’ Up!) above.

HOW DID THEY DO THAT?  I have been asked how Stampin’ Up! created the rectangle from a square “stitched” die in the sample above.  Here’s the scoop as well as photo tips here:

Line up the framelit on your paper so one end of the framelit and the paper are off the platform. You only want to cut three sides of the square. Run it through the Big Shot.

Rotate your paper and carefully line up the framelit with the cuts of the first run.  Make sure that one end of the framelit and paper are off the platform, so it doesn’t cut a line down the middle of your rectangle. Then run it through the Big Shot.

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  1. I cannot find these in the shop (on 01/19/17). Are they not back in stock yet?

  2. Marti Fahnestock

    I would love to own all of these, but they cost too much. Even one does. And I cannot afford a Big Shot, just have my Cuttlebug. I was disappointed in the new catalogues – they are featuring more and more framelits etc., and so are the bloggers that I follow. I just felt the need to write this. Several bloggers have written that this or that is a “must have”, but I am making beautiful cards without them.

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