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Anna Griffin® 3D Holiday Card Layer Dies
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Anna Griffin® 3D Holiday Card Layer Dies

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Product Description

Anna Griffin® 3D Holiday Card Layer Dies
Add holiday spirit to your handmade creations with this set of 3D cross dies that can die-cut, emboss and deboss in a single pass. Detailed dies feature bells, ribbons and garlands and make the perfect background for your handmade holiday cards.

What You Get

  • 14-piece Die set; largest approx. 5" x 7"
  • Idea sheet

Good to Know

  • For use with Empress or Empress Mini Machine, sold separately.
  • Some dies may have sharp points, edges or corners.
  • Exhibit caution when using these dies and do not leave them unattended near children.
  • Not intended for use by any child under the age of 14.
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  • Applejack1, NY

    Great Holiday Dies

    I used the Bell one for a Retirement Celebration. It came out beautiful and the person who received it, loved my creation.

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About The Brand

Anna Griffin

Acclaimed designer Anna Griffin offers a collection of high-quality crafting products, accessories and home lifestyle pieces, all in her sophisticated signature style. Inspired by antique textiles, prints and vintage botanicals, Anna's intricate patterns grace everything from papercrafting supplies to bed linens and wallpaper. Elegant finishes and fashionable color palettes combine for an effortlessly coordinated look in the "go-big" patterns for which Anna is known.