There’s a number of creative ways each of our die designs can be used. Today we have a fun blog post sharing 5 projects all created with the help of one die – What’s The Point Steel Rule Die.
From fabric Christmas Trees, to easy paper gift boxes, to Halloween Hats and fun to make Easter carrots – we got you covered! There are so many different ways one die can be used – these are just a few of the projects you can make using our What’s The Point Steel Rule Die. Let’s take a closer look at each one of those projects below! But before we do, watch our video tutorial to learn how to use this die!
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Gift Box Idea #1
We simply adore this little gift box made by our Art Director, Beth Reames. Pick some pretty paper, add a bit of ribbon and you have a fabulous little gift box for your next party! The best part? You can die-cut up to 6 sheets of paper in a single pass with our Contour dies, so if you are making a bunch for your next party you’ll have them ready in the nick of time.
Gift Box Idea #2
You can also use colored cardstock to create gift boxes using this die and embellish them using pretty paper florals. This project was created using Yana Smakula.
Hat’s Off For Halloween
Believe it or not, Debi Adams was inspired by a piece of packaging she saw and created this witches hat as a cool party favor! You can find detailed instructions for this project on our blog here.
What else can you use a triangle shaped box for? An Easter carrot! Add a bit of greenery at the flat end and you have yourself a unique carrot shaped box!
And of course our post wouldn’t be complete without a Christmas tree made using the What’s The Point die. Yana Smakula has a detailed video tutorial here on our blog showing you how to make these from start to finish!
We hope you enjoyed these fun DIY ideas using out What’s The Point die. What else would you use this die for? Comment below and as always, have fun die cutting!