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    2 x 2 Contained Urethane with Pusher

    $62.75
    2" x 2" contained urethane with pusher for use with our standard, 2" silhouette dies. Kit includes: container, 95 durometer urethane, metal pusher (silhouette dies sold separately). NOT for use with impression dies.

    LAYAWAY Press Payment $100

    $100.00
    Layaway for our presses. We are not able to hold a particular color for you. No deadline for payment. Pay at your leisure. Use this option to make a $100 payment. To make several payments at once, adjust the number of this item in your shopping cart.

    Autumnal Chain 1ft Copper Strip CFW034

    $11.00
    3/4" x 12" The leaf pattern looks similar to a fern. This pattern is from the Frank Morrow Company.

    Star of David Bracelet Pattern Plate RMP083

    $32.00
    Design: 1-1/8" H x ~7" L Each Star of David motif: 11/16" W Plate Thickness: ~2.5mm

    Ripples Pattern Plate RMP090

    $32.00
    Plate: 2" x 7" x ~1/8" thick

    Moire Pattern Plate RMP098

    $32.00
    This pattern plate captures the fascinating texture of a moire pattern. It's perfect for designs that call for a random-yet-precise texture. Design: 7" long x 2" wide x ~1/18" thick

    Pancake Die 1450 Frilly Butterfly small

    $27.50
    Design: 1" H x 1 1/4" W Die: 5" H x 2-7/8" W

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    Triangle Meander 1 ft Copper Wire

    $10.00
    5/8" wide

    Double Dragon Face-Off Copper Patterned Sheet

    $10.00
    No rolling mill or press? No problem! Design Size: 2 x 8-3/4" total; Dragon 2 x 3-5/16" each 16 gauge

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