By Cindy Grady
Spring is all about new beginnings and at AccuCut, we have 6 new die shapes to get your creativity flowing. We’re in love with all of them and hope you’ll feel the same way. Our new dies are perfect for gifts, parties and classes.
If you love making custom invitations, this new die will have you chirping like the birds of spring! This A7-sized Pinnovation die will be help you make on-trend wedding, shower and other party invitations. Guests will be impressed with the design details you can add with this easy-to-assemble pocket.
Who doesn’t love the idea of getting away with a vintage teardrop camper? Take your creativity on an adventure with our new Camper Album. Not only is it great to preserve your family memories, it also makes a unique gift for the special explorer in your life.
Our new Coffee Cup album will perk you up. Whether you use it to make an album or a greeting card, this new shape is sure to create a buzz. Be sure to check out the video to see how our designer used the die in different ways. Next time you talk with us, you’ll want to thank us a latte.
Who doesn’t love to deliver small gifts in custom boxes? Our new pizza box die in three sizes can be used to package anything from a cookie to a pair of earrings. You’ll deliver a smile every time you make and give one of these clever boxes.
Box-Pocket Card Storage
Looking for a way to use extra paper and organize your craft room? This Pocket Card Storage die is the answer! It’s the ideal place to store all of your Project Life Cards and other pocket-style embellishments. Cards will fit either vertically or horizontally, and the die includes a tabbed index card for easy sorting and organization.
Sticky Note Holder #2
Want a quick way to make someone’s day? Our Sticky Note Holder #2 die will do just that. You can use the die alone or add other die cuts and embellishments to make it a one-of-a-kind, personalized gift. It’s perfect for all your friends and colleagues who just love using sticky-notes! Make gifts for teachers, colleagues, and volunteers in nothing flat.