Die Cut Club July 2016 Subscription Box Review

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Die Cut Club is a monthly kit that includes different sized Die Cuts sent each month for crafting, scrapbooking, and card-making.  They came in a padded envelope with the cutest label attached to it.


I love their presentation and getting this little package when I dump out my bag.  They really take the green duck to the max and wrap all my goodies up in this cute green tissue paper.


When you open the tissue paper all the die cuts are in a baggie to keep them nice and protected.


All of the die cuts in this month’s package. This month’s theme appears to be 4th of July which works great for me. We just got back from the beach and I have lots of firework pictures and other great 4th of July fun pictures to go with it.


The people that came this month. I think most of these are pretty cute and I can’t wait to use them however the one of the left is a little creepy looking and kind of looks like a potato.  I love the other those and will be including those in my layouts.


I am so excited for these. I love banners on my pages and in my planners and these are all so cute.  I think the sizing on these are great and will work perfect for scrappy pages or in my planner.


What 4th of July layout wouldn’t be complete without some fireworks? These are so pretty and patriotic and I love the rhinestones on the firecrackers.  Everything is better with a little bling to it.


Lots of red, white and blue in the die cuts this month.  While not beach related for me my sister is actually in NYC doing the tourist thing this weekend so I’m going to add the Statue of Liberty to a layout for her.


Lots of extra patriotic goodies to go on my pages.  These will be great to round out a page and add a little extra to the rest of the pages in my spread.

Another month and another great set of die cuts. They are really well themed and I love all the glitter and rhinestones that are added to them. I love bling on my pages and really don’t think you can have too much so the more sparkly the better for me.  The dies are also cut out of thick cardstock and the layers are glued together really good. I don’t like when my die cuts are flimsy or start to fall apart right away and I have to re-glue and these are not like that.  They are all really standing up to my moving them around and playing with them.

How do you use die cuts in your crafts?

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The Subscription: Die Cut Club
The Description: You will receive a package each month with 10 to 15 different sized Die Cuts for your crafting needs. Every month is a different theme! Each Die Cut is homemade on 100 pound card stock and can be used with your imagination. Put them in your scrapbooks, make homemade cards with them, or add them to your planner.
The Price: $11.00 per month


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