Hi there everyone! Get ready- we have a ton to talk about today, and we couldn't be more excited! We've added a new member to our awesome group of diecutting machines, and this new one has quickly become one of our favorites.
The SuperStar Excel lives up to it's "SuperStar" name, with its sliding adapter pad (no need to store it separately or even remove it from the machine when you don't need it) and its extra wide roller with its 12 inch opening, allowing for multiple die cuts to be done simultaneously! What we love about this machine the most is its versatility to be used with all the dies in the Ellison series, from SureCut, to ClearCrop, to the Bigz Dies and the AllStar Dies, this powerhouse machine is hands down fantastical!
The classroom crafting and lessons through art are limitless with the SuperStar Excel! Check out these projects made with several different dies in the Ellison Series! Regardless of what your lesson plans may be, all of these projects can be created with ease using the SuperStar Excel- from a Christmas Snowman Stocking, to a 3D Tyrannosaurus Rex (oh how we love dinosaurs!) and a fun Hang Ten Spiral, these projects make learning more fun for you and your students!
We love the inspiration that comes from projects like these. With the SuperStar Excel, all of your dies can be cut with ease. With the SureCut dies (wood backed), simply move the adapter pad to the other side of the tray, place your die (or dies, depending on how many dies you want to cut out at once) of choice in the tray's bottom face up, place your material on top of the die and finish with a cutting pad on top. Roll it on through and viola! But what about the Bigz dies and AllStar dies (plastic backed)? That's where the handy dandy adapter pad that sits in your SuperStar Excel tray comes in to save the day. Placing the die face up on the adapter pad, lay your material on top of the die, followed by a cutting pad and roll it on through. Perfect cuts every time, and the ability to cut multiple SureCut dies at the same time!
We love this "SuperStar" machine and how easy it is to use! What classroom projects would you use the SuperStar Excel for?