5 Nested Die Techniques by Scrapbook.com

Umbrella Crafts is a Scrapbook.com craft line that makes simply awesome products. They also have a large selection of cutting machines, dies, and accessories often offered with sale discounts. Some of their most popular products are the nested die sets. These high-quality wafer-thin dies offer so much possibility when it comes to creating layers, partial die cuts, and frames. Because there is so much variety offered with wafer-thin dies, they make an excellent base collection.

To get the most bang for your buck and the most variety, Scrapbook.com offers a variety bundle that offers even more possibilities when mixing shapes to create new shapes.

Complete Nested Variety Kit

As a bonus, Scapbook.com shows you 5 techniques you can use with your nested dies:

1. Create a Foldable Card

Take a piece of cardstock and fold it in half. This piece will be used as the base of your card. Taking the biggest die, place the die just over the fold, so that the fold doesn’t get cut. When cut, the fold will remain intact, creating the foldable card.

Nested Die Technique 1

2. Create 3D Embellishments

Using two different sizes of the same shape, cut out two pieces of material and stack them on top of each other for a 3-dimensional effect.

Nested Die Technique 2

3. Crop Photographs and Create Photo Mats

Nested Die Technique 3

Take a die and crop a photo. Use a bigger die of the same shape to create a photo mat for the photo to be placed on.

4. Use Two Dies Together to Create a Frame

Take two dies of the same shape and nest them together to create a frame.

Nested Die Technique 4

5. Use Two Different Shapes to Create a New Shape

Use two dies together to form a new shape. Dies can be used at the same time, or be run through the machine separately.

Nested Die Technique 5

We hope you enjoyed these nested die techniques. Do you have any more? Let us know!

Nested Die Techniques For Scrapbooking

Diane Davies

Diane loves to craft and create. She enjoys experimenting with her Cricut Maker and Accuquilt GO! She also dabbles in jewelry making and crocheting. She is also passionate about sewing.

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