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    Does anyone know which die this is

    It is a lovely butteflies and flowers die and I have looked at a lot of companies online
    but still haven't come across it. Thanks. Lizzie
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    I think its memory box Kensington border.
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    Definitely looks like a Memory Box die.

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    Die question

    Thanks to everyone who answered my question about the name of the die I pictured.
    I did think it was memory box but I suspect the sites I visited didn't actually have it on show. Must chase it up now. Thanks again. Lizzie

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    Had a quick surf for Kensington Border .. and I reckon its the same one. Well done Sandy for spotting it.
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    One way I discovered by accident to search for a stamp or die is to type in the description into Google & then click images. An image of everything on the internet will come up that matches. Hovering the mouse over the image brings up the website & or name of the item. Clever isn't it??

    Or for that matter a search for anything- I did it for a moth yesterday!!
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    Kensington Border die

    Thanks Lesley. That is what I do also but just didn't pick the die up when I
    checked through loads of images. I do find this way of searching very useful
    on the whole. Thanks for responding. Lizzie

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    Quote Originally Posted by LizzieM View Post
    That is what I do also but just didn't pick the die up when I checked through loads of images.
    Not surprising that you struggled - I tried this for a flower die once and since there are thousands of different ones couldn't find it! I have also been driven bonkers in the past by clicking on the link but then not being able to find the image or on some blogs no mention is made of what the die is that was used, probably as the blogger didn't have the time.

    I have a different version (swirls rather than flowers/butterfly). It Cuts beautifully but you have to cut the paper 'to fit' as it removes the 'negative' part when you run it through the machine rather than cutting a whole thing. If you put the die through covered by a whole piece of paper the die cut is not separate from the sheet. Useless explanation I know but can't think of the right words to explain it!

    BTW Lots of people sell these die cuts on the auction site,

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