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Die-Cuts.com is an informative website provided to bring all scrapbook die cutting companies to ONE location online, so you as the consumer don't have to be bouncing back and forth to everyone's websites.  Die Cuts has been dedicated to all those scrapbookers, paper crafters, die-cutters, card makers, stampers, or whatever you want to call yourselves out there!  Whether you are a novice and/or beginner or running die cuts through your machine all day long, this website will give you some valuable information about the different diecuts, die cutting and embossing machines, that are out there on the market and which one would be best suited for you.  Also provided is a list of different die-cutting accessories out there that you might not be aware of for enhancing and accenting your scrapbook projects. 

There are many different styles of machines and not all are created equal by any means. Most are universal diecut machines, but obviously cut and emboss their own dies the best. Some die cutting machines have a rolling mechanism and others have a pull down mechanism. And if you do not want to do that there are now electronic cutting machines, where all you do is push a button and watch the machine cut it for you.  This has served great for the older ladies that have arthritis in the wrists or hands and want to keep scrapbooking for the grand children.  Some universal die-cutting systems are portable and some are table top.  Some are big and bulky and cut the 12 inch border dies and others are smaller if you are only into card making.  Basically it comes down to personal preference and in the end what will work for you. 

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So if you have been thinking about scrapbooking die cutting machines, you will be pleased to know that those who have taken the dive before you say they will never go back to drawing and cutting out manually. Check out this article and it will convince you: Scrapbook Die Cuts and Die Cutting Machines Still Preferred Over Electronic Cutters. When scrapbooking die-cutting machines came on the market, a whole new dimension was brought to scrapbook pages with die cut templates that come in wonderful themed designs and can be cut with a personal easy to use machine. So if you are not ready to move into the digital revolution quite yet, there are many good scrapbooking die-cut systems available for you to use and affordable too. So although an electronic cutter might sound good and easy, manual die cutters are still preferred and have a large place in today's scrapbook die cutting market due to the love of the hands on creative process. Sometimes the click of a button just does not cut it. Here is a Great video put on by CutAtHome.com about 4 REALLY popular die cutting machines that are out on the market. 

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If you can't view these videos you can see it here: Which Die Cutting Machine  is right for you

Scrapbook Dies

Dies are shapes used to decorate your scrapbook layouts. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes for your scrapbook needs. The sizes are usually 1 inch to 4 inches in 1/2 inch increments, but this can vary from each supplier. Quickutz tends to provide a wide range of 2x2 inch dies, whereas Spellbinders Paper Arts sells a bit larger die template. The great thing about dies is that they can be reused again and again, making them more economical than consumables such as stickers or rub-ons. Die-cuts are an easy way to make your pages standout and look fabulous and are extremely versatile in paper crafting. View Videos on Scrapbook Dies  .

Scrapbook Die Cutting Machines

These scrapbooking machines create designs by pressing a shape or die into paper, cutting it into precise shapes or letters. The machines can give you precise cuts on many different sizes and shapes depending on the opening of the die cutter. So before you begin a comparison or ask about comparing machines, you need to ask yourself what is it that your are looking for in a system. Will you be cutting other materials other than paper with your die cut machine such as cork, vellum, felt, chip board, magnet, certain types of metal? Will you be crafting just from home or do you need a portable die cutter? These are just two questions that need to be considered. Die-Cuts.com is great resource if you are a beginner and would like to know more about the different scrapbook die cutting machines and die cuts on the market. Some of the best manual cutting machines available right now, would have to be the Sizzix Big Shot, Provo Craft Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Grand Calibur, and many others that are out there like the Vagabond by Tim Holtz. These are all leading brands of machines with similar universal features. All cutting systems listed here will do both cutting and embossing.

Although the electronic cutters sound fantastic, manual die cutters are still very popular and still have preference in todays' scrapbooking market. There is no need for the fancy electronic machines, when you can let those creative juices flow with a die cutting machine. These cutting and embossing machines are very simple to use, and much less hassle than tracing and cutting by hand and more creative than the click of a mouse. They are not only for the serious scrapbookers, but for all women who enjoy crafting. Die cuts and Die Cutting Machines for CardMaking are a solid investment and practical and has been a staple of crafting for a long time and will continue on for years to come.


Some questions to consider what kind of die-cutter you are or want to be would be the following: 

-Will you be going over to a friends house frequently for scrapbook parties or staying at home mostly?
-Do you have a craft room dedicated for scrapbooking?
-Will you be scrapbooking 12x12 paper and making memory scrapbooks?
-Will you be making decorative cards? 
-Will you be cutting other materials other than paper with your die-cut machine such as cork, vellum, felt, chip board, magnet, certain types of metal? 
-Would you rather have a computer die-cutting system so you do not use your hands other than pointing, clicking, and printing? 

Hopefully these questions and information give you some direction about when researching and purchasing a new die-cutting and embossing system or replacing an old one. Feel free to browse our website and read about the different scrapbook die-cutting companies and choose for yourself. 

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Here are some updates below on different cutting dies, embossing dies, and card making and/or scrapbooking tools that are out on the market currently. Enjoy the wonderful projects!







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