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Use Nestabilities and bring your card projects to life

By Mary Porter Subscribe to RSS | June 19th 2012 | Views:
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Card makers use nestabilities for a diverse range of projects and by choosing different shapes and intricate designs they can create professional-looking cards that are suitable for all types of occasions. If you’ve started to make your own cards and want to take it to the next step using Nestabilties how exactly do you begin the process?

For starters you’ll need a die cutter and selection of Nestabilties dies that will enable you to cut the perfect shape each and every time. Nestabitlies dies are the ideal companion for a card maker and they produce perfect results when used correctly. Invest in a decent die cutting machine like a Tim Holtz product and you can have fun using Nestabilties to create all sorts of card designs.

How do you use nestabilities?

Buy a Tim Holtz die cutter or some other die cutting equipment and it’ll be compatible with a selection of Nestabilities. To begin, pick out a Nestabilities die that you like the look of, one that will layer your card with an innovative shape.

Next insert this Netstabilties die into the cutter, instructions should be provided with the machine to show you how this is done. Then you can place a piece of card over the Nestabilities die and don’t forget to place the additional cutting pad on top. Finally all you have to do is run the Nestabilties die through the machine and out pops a perfectly formed shaped.

The great thing is you can swap the dies over to produce large or small shapes and frame the shapes that you cut if you like.

Buying a die cutter for nestabilties

Visit a craft store for tips on Nestabilities, one that stocks Tim Holtz machines or other leading brands. This will give you a greater insight into the world of Nestabilties and what can be achieved with various dies. If you are serious about card making Nestabilties will enable you to create some truly amazing designs, so learn a little more about die cutting equipment.

Shop at a store that stocks the most advanced ranges of die cutting equipment and you’ll see your card making skills reach new levels using Nestabilities dies that enable you to cut with confidence in the future.

Mary Porter - About Author:
If you are looking to renovate and revamp your living quarters then craftathome.co.uk has a lovely range of nestabilities which are impossible to resist. Our top notch Tim Holtz products are of a superior calibre.

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