Tool n' One
Remove intricate die cuts and pieces from cutting dies easily and quickly! Ever tear your die cut as you're trying to force it from the cutting die? If you're frustrated with poking out all those tiny leftover pieces...
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Remove intricate die cuts and pieces from cutting dies easily and quickly! Ever tear your die cut as you're trying to force it from the cutting die? If you're frustrated with poking out all those tiny leftover pieces from your cutting dies one by one, then this is the tool for you! The Tool n' One features three different helpful tools for paper crafters. On one end is a spatula style tool--run it under the edge of the paper through the die opening to loosen the paper from the die.
Now, place your die cutting side down on foam and use the Tool n' One's roller brush end to roll over the tiny openings, pushing the leftover pieces out of the die. And if you still have some stubborn pieces, slip the spatula out of the tool end and insert the pointed poker tool into the opening; use it to poke out the remaining pieces. This is the perfect tool for scrapbooking, card making, and any paper crafts that utilize cutting dies. It's tempting to leave the leftover pieces in your dies, but they just won't cut through the next project if you do. Now it's fast and simple to clean the dies with this remarkable Tool n' One by Spellbinders!
Item #: 4008092
wore out and lost all of the brushes. The pointed end does however still work.
The die cuts I purchased were very intricate.
I started working on them and then my Paper
Wishes order came with the Tool 'N One.
What a big difference it made. I was using
just a straight pin before but the tool took
care of everything easily and quickly. My
stamping friend saw me using it and asked
me to order her one with my next order.
Sometimes holding it up off mat works better as running brush over the die cut Was dreaming of this tool!
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