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Sizzix on The Edge Die by Tim Holtz, 2.75 by 6.625-Inch, Butterflight

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Sizzix on The Edge Die by Tim Holtz, 2.75 by 6.625-Inch, Butterflight

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  • Craft type: Embroidery, Scrapbooking
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Sizzix on The Edge Die by Tim Holtz, 2.75 by 6.625-Inch, Butterflight

These oh-so-edgy dies cut eye-popping edges for cards, mini books, scrapbook pages and more
On each die are one or two unique edges that can be cut on nearly any project up to 5-1/2-Inch wide from nearly any material
On the Edge Dies are compatible with Big Shot, BIGkick, and Vagabond Machines

Product Description
True to their name, these oh-so-edgy dies cut eye-popping edges for cards, mini books, scrapbook pages and more. On each die are one or two unique edges that can be cut on nearly any project up to 5-1/2-Inch wide from nearly any material, including cardstock, felt, fabric, foam, magnet, leather and craft aluminum. On the Edge Dies are compatible with Big Shot, BIGkick, and Vagabond Machines. For ease of use, we recommend using the specially-sized On the Edge Cutting Pads.

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