Ideal for all kinds of demanding cutting tasks at home. For effortless cutting of packaging material, cardboard, leather and fabrics. ServoCut™ mechanism doubles the cutting performance.
Ideal for all kinds of cutting tasks at home, at school and in the office. Adjustable blade tension.
Create perfect borders and ribbons with interchangeable design cartridges. Works with all AdvantEdge™ and Standard Interchangeable Cartridges. Includes a standard cartridge adaptor. Includes t...
The Fuse Creativity System® is much more than another die-cutting machine. It’s the only system on the market that can die-cut a shape, press a textured pattern and ink the pattern all in one pass...
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Supplies: Plain and patterned pink papers (120g), white paper (140g), fuchsia ink.
Fiskars® Tools: Personal Paper Trimmer (4153), Border Punch - Apron Lace (5363), Squeeze Punch L - Scalloped circle (5369), Lever Punch M - Circle (5472P), Stamp Blocks (1380), Clear Stamps - Baby (4139).
Cut out a 21x15 cm rectangle in the white paper. Use the Border Punch on one side (15cm length). Fold the paper at 11cm from the non-punched side. Then fold up the punched side at 1.5cm from the border.
Step 2 :
Cut out a 15x7cm rectangle in the patterned pink paper. Glue the rectangle under the 1.5 cm strip, which has just been made and on the white paper. Cut out a 3x15 cm white paper strip, punch with the Border Punch - Apron Lace, then cut once more to have 1.5 cm strip. Glue it along the left side of the patterned pink paper.
Punch 2 scalloped circles in the plain pink paper. Glue them together and fold up the above borders of the scalloped circle. With a Stamp block, the baby pacifier stamp, the fuchsia ink, stamp the baby pacifier pattern in the middle of a small circle, which was cut out with the lever Punch - Circle. Ink borders of the small circle and glue it on the scalloped circles with 3D adhesives.
Stamp the baby carriage pattern onto at the top of a white paper sheet. Then cut a 21x1.5 cm strip, which begins from the wheels. Glue the scalloped circles to the other strip extremity. Place the strip behind the patterned paper so that you can fold each extremity and make appear the baby pacifier at the top and the baby carriage at the bottom. And glue.
Cut out in the pink paper a 2.5x14 cm strip. Stamp cubes on the length and ink borders before gluing on the right side of the card.