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If you are a scrapper or card maker, you need this in all shapes. This is so handy.
Item can be used for ornament project, there is nothing better than a crisply cut, perfect shape. Cutting Dies "punch" or cut shapes from a variety of materials including paper, cardstock, chipboard, specialty paper and more!
Great must-have set, item works with virtually any die-cutting machine that will accommodate wafer-thin dies and are sure to become an essential ingredient in your paper crafting process.
Condition: 100% Brand New&High Quality
Quantity: a set as photo shows
Material: carbon steel
Size app:Largest piece size:8×5.8cm
Conversion: 1cm=0.39inch/1 inch=2.54cm
1. Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
2. Please allow 0.5-1 differences due to manual measurement.
3. Thank you for your kindly understanding.
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The classic, trusted quality of Farberware pairs nicely with this durable stainless steel teakettle. It provides timeless beauty when accessorizing your kitchen. Gelatin, hot chocolate, or a cup of soup - the uses for a teakettle don't stop at tea.
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Marmite- love or hate. I don't voluntarily spread it on bread, and I rather dislike Marmite flavoured snacks. But I sometimes dissolve a spoonful in boiling water and use it in place of stock. And when I'm ill and dehydrated, I'll drink said stock in preference to energy drinks, it fulfils a similar role of only tasting good if you are really short of salt. Marmalade- thick cut or thin cut. Not really. I like marmalade made from other citrus than orange, and don't really care how thick the chunks of fruit peel are. But I don't like traditional Seville orange marmalade. And as with Marmite, I sometimes like it as a flavouring in other things. bread-and-butter pudding is improved with a little marmalade, for example, but on its own it's too bitter for me. 3. Porridge- made with milk or water. Do you like salt, sugar or honey on your porridge. I have two approaches to porridge: cooked in water, and then milk added afterwards so that there's a lump of gloop sort of swimming in the milk, and in that case I add salt. And cooked in milk, with brown sugar and sometimes fruit, nuts or spices added. Loose tea or teabags. Either, but I buy teabags because my teapot didn't survive the move. The fact that I haven't bothered to replace it in the last year and a half indicates how bothered I am about this. But I like the faff of loose-leaf tea when I'm out somewhere that has all the nice cups and saucers and pots and milk jugs and sugar tongs and whatnot. I have rarely seen any other form of letterbox, really. I basically just love all (vegetarian) curry, it's very hard to choose. In Indian restaurants I'll most often go for mutar paneer or dhansak or chana dal, cos I love pulses in almost every form. In Thai restaurants whatever doesn't have seafood in, either one of the basic traffic light curries or Massaman / Muslim-style curry. And it's not quite the hotter the better but I really like lots of capsaicin-heat. What age is the place where you live. I live in a flat built in the 80s on a campus established in the 40s in the grounds of a hall built in the nineteenth century. And the other half of my time I live in a house built in the 70s in a city of about 7-800 years old. Where do the folks running your local corner shop come from. I don't exactly have a local corner shop. On campus I have a Select & Save, which is mostly staffed by local who are not AFAIK from immigrant backgrounds at all. And in Cambridge I have a tiny Tesco, which is run by a giant multinational corporation which was originally founded by an immigrant from Poland to England. When I make coffee for friends usually fresh because when we were both trying to avoid flying, and this year on the way back from Leipzig, again a trip undertaken without flying. If you were going to travel abroad, where's the nearest country to you. The nearest country to me is obviously the one I'm in, England. But the nearest abroad country is the Republic of Ireland. I think France may possibly be easier to get to in travel time rather than pure distance, not sure. If you're female (or possible even some males) do you carry a handbag. This question is phrased really badly. Why doesn't it just ask whether you carry a handbag, without bringing binary gender into it. Anyway, I am in fact female and also, which is a different question, wear clothes marketed to women which usually don't have pockets. In fact I do always carry a handbag. It has to be big enough to carry at least a paperback book and an A5 diary and a bunch of gubbins, and it has to be on a shoulder strap that goes across my body, because I dislike having my hands full. when I was younger I used to carry just a purse or wallet in my hands, but I didn't regularly carry a phone then. Also I got robbed in the early 2000s by someone who distracted me and grabbed my purse out of my hands, so now I feel a bag is better. What do you like growing. it is in fact really nice to host outdoor parties and BBQs. I like growing things that are low maintenance, cos I'm not very willing to put lots of time into gardening. Roses always make me happy, cos they bloom for a long time. And we inherited some deep pink peonies which I wouldn't have chosen myself but I do really like them. Full cream, semi skimmed or skimmed. I'll drink. Source: Livre d'Or
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