Reddit reviews: The best die-cutting & embossing products

We found 27 Reddit comments discussing the best die-cutting & embossing products. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 25 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Scrapbooking Die-Cutting & Embossing:

u/MeowPrincessSandwich · 3 pointsr/RandomActsofCards

Ok - There are so many ways you could go here! Links as examples only. You can get this stuff anywhere.

To decorate cards/ envelopes she has purchased, your best bet is WASHI TAPE. Washi tape is a paper tape that is removable but also sticks really well. It's relatively affordable and comes in tons of different designs. A large number of people active on this sub have an unhealthy beautiful obsession with washi tape. Themed sticker sets like this or this are also great to add decor to cards. You can always find something in her style.

If you want to start her off on making her own cards, you can still start with washi and stickers. You can also add in some blank cards that she can use as a base (Not this set though, it's too pricey for what you get) or maybe some patterned paper or heavy cardstock.

Hope that helps start you off right! Always happy to answer any questions :)

u/Sieberella · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

I just had to move it to a secret one cause it keeps going out of stock and not restocked for awhile but check out this guy... in fact I'm going to throw him on my wishlist until the other one comes back into stock lol.

We made a bunch of cool wood signs and glass projects with the vinyl that were fun, easy to make, and super cute! I really liked doing them!

u/baristabish13 · 2 pointsr/Baking

Amazon has a pretty broad range they sell so that plays into our favor, however I definitely recommend buying a bigger bulk size and then cutting it down to the measurements of your cakes. You’ll want to adjust for thickness as well, nothing too thin so you don’t lose control and nothing too thick to where you can’t manipulate it enough. I’ll link some of my favorites I’ve found on Amazon so you can kind of gauge what you prefer.

Cricut Acetate Sheets, 6 Pack 12x12 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0792GXH3D/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_KX41CbFBXGPMC

Acetate Cake Collar, LONGMADA Acetate Sheet(6 Inch 32.8 Feet) Transparent Chocolate Mousse Collar Baking Surrounding Edge Decorating Acetate Roll https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NYQQ83T/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_9Y41CbDGJMKQZ

Hygloss 75910 Products Transparency Film Acetate Sheets for Overhead Projectors, Arts & Craft Projects https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077762QK5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_xZ41CbVVXN552

Hope these kind of help steer you in the right direction. These are just my top three and I use them for various sized desserts. Thickness and flexibility is key for keeping those sides clean, so finding that acetate unicorn is key!

u/flexfulton · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I use this one https://www.amazon.ca/Crop-Dile-Corner-Chomper-Scallop/dp/B01DJQNIZA/ref=mp_s_a_1_16?keywords=corner+punch&qid=1574949242&sr=8-16
but I'm in Canada and there isn't much selection unless I want to pay through the nose for the Oregon Laminating ones that are apparently the best.

Happy Cake Day!

u/invinoveritas10 · 1 pointr/AskWomen

I have 7 wishlists, because being organized is awesome.
On my general one, I have bluetooth earphones, this tea/mug set, a Silhouette Cameo 3, BOSU ball and various other workout equiptment, a BaBylissPro Titanium straightener, and an essential oil diffuser.

I then have a bedroom redo list with a couple items, a book wishlist with like 100 books, a list for gifts for my family as I come across possible things to get them for holidays and their bithdays, a kombucha wishlist with new jars and other fun kombucha things, potions and powders for smoothies and matcha lattes at home, and a vegan list where I keep my vegan snacks, plant protein, and other plant-based items.

u/HYPERBOLE_TRAIN · 1 pointr/Converse


I have this vinyl cutter and I used smooth, heat transfer vinyl. My wife uses the machine for her business and I get to have cool custom work done for free.

I can't wait to do more!

u/__Ratatoskr__ · 2 pointsr/vaporents

It’s actually pretty easy to do!

You need the following:

  • An inkjet printer,

  • Printable vinyl sticker paper,

  • Silhouette Cameo 3


  • Find or make design you like,
  • Load design into Silhouette Studio software,
  • Turn on registration marks and send to you printer,
  • Take the printed sheet and load into your Cameo 3,
  • Cameo 3 reads registration makes and cuts around your images as you’ve spec’ed.

    This is what the sheet with designs looked like on the computer screen before it was sent to the printer.


    The red line around most of the images shows where the Cameo 3 will cut.

    My wife likes to leave a little white boarder, but you can cut right up next to the img if you prefer.

    It’s a very easy and intuitive software to use and tweak!
u/BlackwaterMerk · 2 pointsr/cricut

Thank you! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078WFWM1F/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B078WFWM1F&pd_rd_w=YudJi&pf_rd_p=46cdcfa7-b302-4268-b799-8f7d8cb5008b&pd_rd_wg=ulwkQ&pf_rd_r=7Q055QBW0P712EQFCMBA&pd_rd_r=be00c817-71f1-11e9-b82d-3b1b552168eb Is this a good Cricut to buy for this purpose? Also any Inkjet printer in particular or anything I need to look for in them specifically to make sure it would work good? Sorry if these are novice questions I'm brand new to this.

u/Divergent99 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Nice. I have this one on my wishlist! I've heard the gazelle is amazing!

u/Levy_Wilson · 1 pointr/VinylCutters

I found this Titan on Amazon for ~$500. The info says it uses a stepper motor, though, despite the picture saying it has a servo motor. Then there's this one on the USCutter website for ~$800, it states it uses a servo motor and a few other features like a vacuum to keep the material flat. Is the Titan 3 the new series and that's why it's more expensive than the Amazon listing? Now I wonder if I should turn this passing interest into a business.

u/guer107 · 3 pointsr/cricut

I have this one which works great:

HOMEST Carrying Case Compatible with Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Maker, Silhouett... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MZPYBZ2/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_ZyYlDbG4VBF5B

u/heliotropedit · 2 pointsr/Tailors

> we use scalpels at work.

Do they look anything like this Gingher seam ripper? I bought one because it looked so cool, but eventually went back to the conventional version. Some people use razor blades, but I'd be too chicken.

u/NoDrinks4You · 1 pointr/cocktails

It is an arts and craft machine designed to cut out patterns and print drawings; hooks up to your home computer like a printer. Check out:

Cameo on Amazon

After I selected what I wanted cut out on the plastic stencil material, I fed that sheet into the machine and it cuts out the design. My wife uses it to cut out vinyl to apply to T-shirt’s, things like that.

u/alfredturningstone · 1 pointr/craftit

There are cheaper ones available


But they will all be quite expensive I'm afraid :(

u/lauraebeth · 1 pointr/cricut

And I use these, because they were on sale last year.

Carbide Blades for Cricut Explore Air 2 Vinyl Cutting Machines - Standard Cut 45 Degree - 5 Pack - Premium German Carbide - by Miss Kate Cuttables - Replacement Blades for Cricut Pazzles https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BWRW4FR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_eJtEDbHCH0W52