This listing is for a steel rule and wooden die cutter, compatible with the Sizzix BigShot. You will require one of the die cutting machines as mentioned. It also requires the use of a pair of Cutting Pads. Neither of which are stocked by Little Miss Mouse Craft Supplies. Although standard cutting pads will be sufficient, you may prefer to use extended cutting pads for greater ease.
The die will cut through all of our fabrics including our chunky glitter fabrics, along with card stock, fabric, foam, leather, faux leather, felt, metallic foil, and paper.
Name: Bunny Ears Die
Dimensions of actual die (tool): 22.5cm x 15cm
Dimemsions (Unassembled pieces die makes)
* 1 x large bunny ear foldable piece measuring 21.5cm x 4.5cm
* 1 x large bunny piece measuring 10cm x 4.5cm
* 1 x small bunny ear foldable piece measuring 15cm x 3cm
* 1 x small bunny ear/inner ear piece measuring 7cm x 3cm
* 1 x small bunny inner ear piece meauring 5cm x 2cm
Dimensions (Assembled Ears)
Depending on the attachment you use (eg. hair clip, hard headband, foe elastic headband, nylon headband), the finished pieces measure:
Small Ears = approximately 7cm x 3cm
Large Ears = approximately 10cm x 4.5cm
This die enables you a number of assembly options along with the 2 different sizes.
Please note, the die only enables you to make the ears and antlers as pictured. Any bows, flowers, etc are embellishments you will need to make seperately using other tools and fabrics.
You may use the shapes cut from this die to make hair bows, hair clips and any craft projects you sell for profit or personal use. You MUST NOT replicate the die (tool) for production and/sale nor the instructions that come with it. This die is copyright protected.
Please note, all dies come with a scrap pack of glitter fabric and faux leather.
This work is copyright. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process, nor any other exclusive right exercised, without the permission of Haylee Erenshaw, P O Box 202 Wickham NSW 2293, Australia. 2018.