Ellison die-cut machine

Die-cutting is a fast and easy way to cut the perfect shape every time from a variety of materials—including multiples. When paired with our hand-operated machines, a steel-rule die works just like a cookie cutter and can quickly cut a curriculum-based shape for countless learning opportunities.

 

  1. All persons using resources in the public library are expected to use them in a responsible manner for which they are provided and to follow this policy for use of the Ellison Machine.
  2. User must present their Library Card and be in good standing to use the Ellison Machine. (No fines or overdue materials). User should register at the Circulation Desk on the Third Floor.
  3. User must supply their own paper for the machine.
  4. The dies are quite expensive, so if an individual or a club member would like to make a donation to go toward purchasing a certain die or dies, that would be welcomed and appreciated.
  5. All work with the dies must be done here at the library, no dies are to be taken from the library.
  6. The following is a list of the dies we currently have:

Alphabet - Lower Case - 4"
Alphabet - Upper Case - 4"
Apple
Balloons (Large Block)
Basket (Large Block)
Birdhouse
Birthday Cake

Bookmark (plain)
Butterfly
Cardinal
Cat
Christmas Tree
Clown

Comma/Apostrophe
Daffodil
Elephant
Exclamation Point
Fish
Flower
Flowerpot
Frog
Gingerbread Man
Grass - Large Block
Heart
Kangaroo
Ladybug
Leaf - Birch
Leaf - Maple

Leaf - Oak
Leaves
Locomotive
Numbers 0-9  -   4"
Ohio
Parentheses
Paw Print
Question Mark - 4"
Rabbit - Small
Rabbit
Rose
Seed Packet
Shamrock
Snowflake
Spiral
Star
Teapot
Teddy Bear
Tiny Stars
Tulip
Umbrella
Zoo Car

 

Additional dies can be ordered through one of the library's borrowing resources. Please ask a circulation aide to help you place a hold on additional Ellison Machine dies.

 

Find more information and project tips at: https://www.ellisoneducation.com/ellison101