Inspired by the Rina K. Designs ELECTRO-POP line, the latest designs in the StampnStencil system take your creativity to the next level! Originally developed by Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web, the StampnStencil system blends stamps, stencils and dies to create multi-textured, multi-layered projects!
Rina K. Designs Craft Die Sets are designed exclusively to work with StampnStencil Clear Stamps to create stunning cards and projects while the coordinating stencils make them easy to embellish! Please note: coordinating Clear Stamp Set (SKU 18157) and Detail Stencil (SKU 18155) are sold separately.
- Package contains 1 Craft Die Set (6 Dies)
- Coordinates with StampnStencil Detail Stencil (SKU 18155) and Clear Stamp Set (SKU 18157)
- Cuts paper, cardstock and more
- Made with high quality metal for durability
- Works in most major brands of die-cutting machines
- Approximate sizes:
- Donut: 1-7/8" x 1-7/8" (4.6 cm x 4.6 cm)
- Popsicle: 2-1/2" x 3/4" (6.3 cm x 1.9 cm)
- Ice Cream Cone: 2-1/8" x 1-1/4" (2.8 cm x 3.1 cm)
- Ice Cream Cone: 2-1/4" x 1-3/8" (5.7 cm x 3.4 cm)
- Ice Cream: 1-1/4" x 3/4" (3.1 cm x 1.9 cm)
- Cupcake: 2" x 1-3/8" (5 cm x 3.4 cm)
Directions for Complete Stamp n Stencil Set
- Choose a stamp image from the StampnStencil stamp set.
- Stamp the image in your chosen ink color and let dry.
- Layer Detail Stencil over image and apply preferred medium.
- Cut the image out using the StampnStencil coordinating die set.
General Directions and Tips
- *Follow your die-cutting machine instructions for wafer-thin dies.
- One side of the die is smooth, and the other side of the die has ridges. It is the ridges that will actually cut the paper into the shape of the die. So you always want the ridges of the die facing the paper.
- You will also notice little holes in the die. The reason for the holes in the die design is to allow you to loosen the paper if it gets stuck in the die. The holes will not show on the paper design. You will just need a little die pick to release the paper if it gets stuck.
- When cutting several dies at the same time, try placing the dies towards the outer edge of the plate rather than the center. You will get a better cut.