New from First Edition: 5 in 1 MUST-HAVE Tool for Die Cutting, Card Making, Scrapbooking and more!

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Sick of faffing with fiddly die cuts? So were we. So we created the First Edition Die Release Tool - 5 tools in one to make your crafting life easier than ever! You'll wonder how you ever crafted without it... Release We all know the feeling of getting your die cut stuck in your steel cutting die - argh! And we'll confess, there's been a few times we got a little aggressive with our pokey tool and pierced a hole in our die cut, too (total nightmare). Luckily - this tool makes that a thing of the past! The pokey tool attachments on the Die Release Tool both have rounded ends - so they protect your die cuts from damage, while still being small enough to release them from your steel cutting dies. And we all know how invaluable a pokey tool is in a craft room, right? Remove Whether you die cut with a manual machine or an electronic one, the roller brush tool attachment is perfect for gently and quickly removing all the little pieces from even your most intricate of die cuts - saving you precious crafting time! Plus, it removes any leftover pieces from your steel cutting dies too, extending the life of your dies. What's not to love? Score Making your own card bases, envelopes and gift boxes is a breeze with this tool - team with a ruler or score board and create perfect score lines every time, so your folds are neat and precise! Pierce This tool is also great for piercing cardstock, paper and more - and with two piercing size options, it's easy to attach twine, ribbon, or even custom stitched detail to your projects! Emboss Add dimension and texture to your projects with the embossing tool - we love this for creating 3D flower petals and leaves that really add a special finishing touch to a project! The First Edition Die Release Tool retails for £7.99 and will be available soon from your local Trimcraft retailer. Keep an eye out for it over the next few weeks!

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