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...
100% recycled - Post consumable recycled black resin - Eco friendly. Recycled material weight for 80% of the total product Titanium carbide coated blade for extra cutting capacit...
Supplies: Pink ink pad - Small split fasteners - Plum cord - Pink, lilac, white and silver papers - Sheet of tracing paper printed with silver pattern - White wood glue - Spray glue.
Fiskars® Tools: Squeeze Punch Circle XL (7414) and L (7424), M-Heart (7442)
Stamp press (1353) and Stamps - Letters and numbers (1393)
ShapeCutter™ Plus (4806), ShapeCutter™ Mat (8610) and Shape Template™ - Hearts (4855)
Eyelets setters (3133) and Eyelets-Love (4413), Craft mat (8604)
Softgrip® Micro-tip™ (9476).
Using the Squeeze Punches, cut out small and large circles and small hearts from different coloured sheets of paper and tracing paper. Make the large heart with the ShapeCutter™ and Heart ShapeTemplate™. Place heart-shaped eyelets with the setter in the various pieces cut out.
Using the Stamp press, set up the letters of the bride and groom's first names, the word "menu" and add stamped friezes and patterns. Apply the inkpad to the letters and patterns then print onto a sheet of 30 x 30 cm tracing paper. Allow to dry for a fairly long time as tracing paper does not readily absorb ink.
Make the top and bottom borders with 3x30cm strips of plum paper measuring, decorate them with the Heart border punch and stick with spray glue onto the thick tracing paper.
Write the menu and stick the different-sized hearts cut out of plum and lilac paper with wood glue.
Close the menu with 4 or 5 eyelets set at an equal distance apart along the back. With the tip of the scissors, make a small hole in the top of the menu to insert the end of the cord. Make a double knot inside the cylinder.
You can place a tea-light in the centre of the cylinder to light up the menu or leave it as it is.