Imported from England.
This is a new production of scraps. They are from the last remainingÂ British factory using old templates and historic plates. Many of the designs go back as far as 100 years.
They are embossed and free of glitter to assure universal use. They have been precut. We show the picture with a background, that is not part of it, to show the small connecting ribs. You only have to cut the ribs to get an individual picture.
You may use a glitter pen to add accents, if you do desire so. They can be used in poetry books, scrapbook work, or to decoupage with.
Each sheet is approximately 6.25" x 9.50".
Common names are die-cuts, vintage scraps, relief pictures, Dresden pictures, and decoupage pictures. In Germany they are called Reliefs, Glanzbilder, Oblaten, Albumbilder, Rosenbilder, Lackbilder, Stammbuchbilder, Kleebilder, Matritzen and Vielliebchen.