Home > Cutting Dies, Embossing Folders, Machines & Accessories > Cutting Dies > Frame 1 D-Lites Cutting Die (4006188)

Frame 1 D-Lites Cutting Die


Frame 1 D-Lites Cutting Die

7 people like this
Click a star to rate.

Pretty rectangular frames! This ornate cutting die set includes 4 beautiful detailed pieces you can use to frame an image, sentiment or small photo. Simply add the insert piece in the center of the frame die. Or use without the insert as a fancy solid frame for an accent…you choose. Use the 2 coordinating accents as embellishments in your card making, scrapbooking, on tags, mini books, or gift bags. Or use as single design elements. And because it's a Spellbinders™ Shapeabilities® Die D-Lites™, use them to cut, emboss and stencil.

Approximate die sizes:
Accent 1: ⅝"x⅜"
Accent 2: ½"x⅝"
Frame Insert: 1⅛"x1⅞"
Frame: 2¼"x3⅛"

Part number: 4006188

This product is in stock now!

Add to Cart


You might also like:

People who liked this also liked

Your Recently Viewed Items


Customer comments

Comment It is a bit smaller than I thought it would be ... but it's my own fault for not reading the measurements ... lol. The wax paper works well ... but you can also just rub the wax paper over the die a few times & it works really well ... sometimes you have to fight to get the wax paper off if you cut it through the paper ... either way works really well.
Submitted Tuesday, June 17th @ 01:20 PM

Comment I have not gotten to use my Frame die cut yet (Been sick) but I'm looking forward to using it soon. Thanks for the was paper, now I have something to use if its to hard to remove.
Submitted Friday, April 18th @ 06:07 AM

Comment The wax paper works great with this and any die cut.
Use it all of the time.
Submitted Friday, June 14th @ 08:08 AM

Comment Not quite as big as I thought it would be but I'm sure I'll think of all kinds of reasons to use it.
Submitted Tuesday, March 5th @ 11:15 AM

Comment I love the Frame cutting die! Have had great fun playing with it and making cards. The scroll work is very tiny and can be a tad difficult to remove from the die, but I've found info online about placing wax paper between the die and the paper. I will try that for easy removal.
Submitted Tuesday, February 5th @ 12:30 PM


Write a comment

* First Name
* Email (will not be displayed)
* Comment
(limit 300 words) 
* Security Code
Please enter the word in the picture (click here to see a different word):