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SPELLBINDERS – What Are Nestabilities?

Although Nestabilities have been around since 2007, there are still many scrapbookers, card makers, and paper crafters that are not familiar with them.  We hope this page can give you more of an idea how great these die cuts are and answer that question: What Are Nestabilities?

Spellbinders Nestabilities are various die cut shapes at 1/4th and 1/8th inch increments that create beautiful scrapbooking pages. Like many die cut templates they are metal wafer thin dies that allow you to cut, emboss, and stencil all in one. One of the major differences is that with nesting dies you have about 6 or 7 that come in a package that are great for stacking to create a 3-D nesting effect at an affordable price. They are universal and work in most die cutting machines.

Scalloped CirclesWhat Can Nestabilities Cut Through?
Nesting dies can cut through a number of different crafting materials. Here are some that are actually listed on their packaging: Paper, Cardstock, Craft Foil, Foam, Vellum, Leather, Mica, Chip Board, Sheet Magnet, Cork, and Fabric Paper.

Classic Scalloped PaisleyWhat Can Nestabilities Be Used For?
Nestabilities can be used for a number of different types of scrapbook projects. Here are some that you might be interested in: Greeting cards, Scrapbook Layouts, Embellishments, Jewelry, Layered Effects, Photo Mats, Frames, Altered Art, Cake Decorations, and everything else that your crafting imagination can express.

Labels EightWhat Kinds Of Materials That Nestabilities Be Used To Form With?

There are a wide selection of different materials that Nestabilities can be used to form with when creating paper crafting projects. Here are some listed: polymer clay, pewter metal, precious metal clay, liquid polymer, craft wax, balsa wood, putty, and fondant.
As you can see the possibilities are endless. You can also use Nesting Dies with inks, chalks, markers, watercolor pencils and a lot more! Here is a video also that Stacey Caron explains Nestabilities and their functions.

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