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Old 03-16-2011, 08:20 AM   #1
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Question Doily die cuts

I have not purchased one yet,but want to. Can someone tell me what is available from which company. Tried to do a search and only came up with paper that was already cut. I want to be able to cut my own.
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I just got some from Cheery Lynn Designs: Cheery Lynn Designs: Our Magical Dies work in your favorite table-top machine They are quite elaborate. Poking the holes out is time consuming, but the finished product is lovely.

You might also check the dies at Ecstasy: Ecstasy Crafts
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Papertrey Ink also offers the same Parisian die as Cheery Lynn Designs as well as a poke out tool. They have a smaller 3 set die that I want to get but it keeps selling out.

SCS Member company, My Favorite Things, also has some doily type dies.
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I just got some from Cheery Lynn Designs: Cheery Lynn Designs: Our Magical Dies work in your favorite table-top machine They are quite elaborate. Poking the holes out is time consuming, but the finished product is lovely.

You might also check the dies at Ecstasy: Ecstasy Crafts
The Italian Flourish is gorgeous!!!
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I couldn't find the Italian flourish. Could you provide a link, please?

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I think the most well-known companies that sell this type of die (or even several versions of it) are Papertrey Ink, My Favorite Things, and Cheery Lynn.
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I couldn't find the Italian flourish. Could you provide a link, please?

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It's on the right side under Best Sellers: Cheery Lynn Designs: Our Magical Dies work in your favorite table-top machine
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I am going to stop clicking links over here. You know it's really hard to enable me but I go peek in over at Cherry Lane and what do I see? The perfect horse die! Thanks a lot (sarcastic) ROFL!

I am cuddling in with that site later. I really loved it.
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Old 03-18-2011, 11:06 AM   #9
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Thanks for the tip on the horse die too! It's hard to find horse items. I will check out these sites. Thanks for all the tips.
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:21 PM   #10
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One further note- Of the two doily dies I received from Cheery Lynn, at least one did not cut through completely the first time, and I had to add a shim. I think it probably is to be expected with such detailed dies; just check for a complete cut and make note of shim use for future die cutting.
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:02 PM   #11
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I got mine from atjoansgardens.com. Plus I learned that there is a different accessory plate (Cuttlehugs) that helps with getting them cut out better, and you don't have to worry about the details.
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One further note- Of the two doily dies I received from Cheery Lynn, at least one did not cut through completely the first time, and I had to add a shim. I think it probably is to be expected with such detailed dies; just check for a complete cut and make note of shim use for future die cutting.
They have a metal shim hon to help with the more intricate dies...its offered on Cheery Lynns, PTI's and MFTS sites that I know of right now.
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I just got some from Cheery Lynn Designs: Cheery Lynn Designs: Our Magical Dies work in your favorite table-top machine They are quite elaborate. Poking the holes out is time consuming, but the finished product is lovely.

You might also check the dies at Ecstasy: Ecstasy Crafts
Oh MY!!! They carry Marianne D's Dies (although a ton are out of stock) and Nellies....definitely bookmarking this site.
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Just call Ecstasy Crafts and ask when they expect their next shipment of dies. They are very nice to deal with and will gladly tell you
Also they have a newsletter that announces new things and specials

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The shipping at Ecstasy Crafts it quite high unless you order $125 which is their minimum for free shipping.

When I did a lot of parchment craft I kept a list of what I needed and only placed an order twice a year when I had enough to get free shipping. They stock so many things we can't get here.

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I got the Kiwi Doily die from Cherry Lynn, so I thought some may be interested in my findings . It is 4" in diamenter and will fit on a card. It cuts perfectly in my Big shot, however I did need to turn it 90 degrees once to cut all the intricate holes . Thinner card stock cuts easier . I found that by stroking the broad flat end of a tooth pick across the cut doily most of the little pieces come out. Be fore warned! You will have little schnibbles of paper everywhere LOL
It is very pretty and a person can have doilies in any color with it
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Got my order from Papertrey, on friday. Love the Doily details. I have a Sizzix Express, and it worked great, sent the die and paper through forward, then back. Doily came out with very few holes filled. Used a soft, childs toothbrush to whisk off the remaining bits. I do have the punch-out tool but did not need it. Its a smaller doily, but just the size I want for my cards. Used a thinner cardstock, I'd had for some time, as it was a weight I felt was too thin. Perfect for this however. Love them !!
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This was all pretty helpful as i have been thinking about getting one myself
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I got mine at Papertreyink.com. They are called Doily Details...set of 3..about 2 3/4" in diameter...wish they are a little bit larger but it's OK.
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My Favorite thing (MFT)has them too They are pricey.. and big 4" across.
Martha Stewart also sell a package of small paper dollies.
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I wasn't looking for doily dies but checked out Cheery Lynn Designs and saw a great cat and dog die. Had to have them. Sorry I didn't buy the butterly die they sell but will get it. I received a freebie die with my order. Looks like a lizard. Wasn't that nice of them?!
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The small butterfly set is on my wish list Maybe next month. My craft budget has been spent this month
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The butterfly set looks really great. I have a thing for butterflies. I have alot of butterfly stamps, an embossing folder, stencils. As soon as I saw that butterfly die I knew I would have to order it. I'll probably wait until next month too. I'm doing so much better about spending impulsively.
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Not sure if you wanted more places to buy "doily" dies? If so Spellbinders has several die template sets, that cut, emboss and stencil
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Shapeabilities - Spellbinders Paper Arts - Spellbinders
Parisian Motifs
Parisian Accents
Floral Doily Accents
Floral Doily Motifs
Fleur de lis Doily Accents
Fleur de lis Doily Motifs
Contemporary Hearts Pendants
Fleur de lis Pendants
Eyelets Pendants
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Kaleidescope Pendants
In Spades Pendants
Tulips Pendants
Lattice Pendants
Lotus Pendants
Fair Isle Pendants

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Does anyone know where I can get Cherry Lane's Emperor's Swan at a bargain? I heard someone got it for $19 online but don't know who is the seller.
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Does anyone know where I can get Cherry Lane's Emperor's Swan at a bargain? I heard someone got it for $19 online but don't know who is the seller.

You might want to email Darlene at Dutch Paper Crafts DutchPaperCrafts She may have the die even though it isn't shown yet on her product lists. She charges actual mailing cost, which is a big savings in itself.
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SU has a doily die in their new Occasions mini!
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Chic and Savvy Crafters Home Page

April has dies from several companies and is offering free shipping on the dies.

She ships really quickly also!
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I have all the spellbinders and Cheery Lynn dies in my store...they are just beautiful.
I love all things doily...
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