paper designs cut from a die-cut machineâ€¢ paper is placed in the die and pressure is applied to cut the image out
A cut made with special steel rule dies. The act of making a part or container which is cut and scored to shape by such tools. Also used to denote a board which has been die-cut.
Refers to the outline made with a steel-rule die manufactured for the purpose of cutting out a particular shape or job. Die-cutting is commonly done when a large number of items, such as decals, are to be cut, or the shape consists of something other than straight lines. Die-cut can also refer to the object that has been cut.
A shaped matchcover, usually in the form of an hour glass. The Jewelite is the most popular example. (See Jewelite).
A sleeve with a custom cut area or hole, usually intended to reveal a picture disc, coloured vinyl disc or the label, without having to remove it from the sleeve.
A perforated block or cutter through which material such as plastic, clay, metal, or paper is forced to assume a desired shape.
any regular or irregular shape cut from paper or cardboard as a design or functional element.
A cut section of an insert or cover in the form of a shape, picture or letter. Also used to form a window to expose the page or media below it.
a shape cut into the paper
The process of using sharp metal plates to cut various shapes, designs or sculpted edges into paper.
A shape that is cut from cardstock, paper or other material using a cookie-cutter-like die. Used to embellish cards, scrapbook pages, and little kids who have aced their spelling tests.
A cut made with a special punching blade instead of with a conventional rotary knife.
A shaped cut-out leaflet or brochure.
A hole cut into the front of sleeves (forming a sort of "window") that allows the item to be partially seen.
An outline made of steel and used to "cut" the pattern in various materials
(a) A separate paper shape added to an invitation or (b) the invitation itself is cut into a shape.
A shape or letter cut from paper by machine using a die pattern
A cut-out window in a cover; allows pre-printed covers to be used for a variety of report covers
To cut an item to a specific shape and size utilizing a steel rule die. Die cutting is commonly done when a large number of items are to be cut and the shape consists of something other than straight lines. Die-cut can also refer to the object that has been cut.
Paper cut-outs using a die-cut machine.
Cut by a metal device to produce perforation-like wavy lines for separating stamps.
Precut shapes used to decorate your pages.
The process of using sharp metal rules to cut special shapes and designs into paper.
A process of cutting envelope blanks utilizing a high die.
Cutting of material to a specific shape using dies.