Cut Out Crafts, Die Cut Patterns

Find your favorite cut out crafts, stencils and die cuts here, from masks and party hats to decorative patterns, gift boxes, paper crafts and party decorations.

You can cut any of these designs and paper crafts using a craft knife or scissors, or you can adapt my design patterns for use with a Cameo Silhouette or other electronic craft cutting machine. Some designs include a free personal-use .Studio shape file.

This is the newest section on this crafy printables web site. I've been designing paper crafts made from coloring pages and line art for years, so I decided to organize my favorite cutting pages, cut out patterns, stencils and printable craft templates into one section.

Please note: all content on this site is for noncommercial use only and may not be posted or published on other sites for download or sale.

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Printables & Paper Crafts

Silhouette cutting craft class
Silhouette Savvy: Design, Cut, Create - online class from Craftsy

Featured Cut Out Crafts and Stencils

diecut christmas garland snow men

Snowman Family Table or Window Sill Garland Die Cut

Die Cut Design Templates

die cut pennant template

Give Thanks cut out card

Turkey cutout card craft die cut template,

Jack O Lantern die cut banner shapes

Pirate Hat and eye patch cut out craft sheet,

Princess tiara party crown craft sheet,

Snowman cutouts template pattern

angel banner garland cut pattern

Candy craft die cut shamrock paper cut outs

Lucky Shamrock Lollipop Card Craft

Crafty Printables for Every Season


Magic Wand 3D Craft

Magic Want Cut and Paste Craft

Pumpkin Face Stencils

pumpkin stencil pattern

Cupcake Toppers

cupcake toppers, labels, bat border design

Table Flags / Food Flags

st patricks day cupcake topper


Coloring Crafts Fun - Make Your Own Die Cut Crafts with Coloring Page Pictures

Coloring pages aren't just for coloring! They're also great for other crafts including paper piecing, applique, embroidery, die cut crafts, screen printing, block printing and card making - some folks use coloring pages to design body art, cake decorations, wallies or vehicle stickers. Of course many people simply love our coloring pages for the sheer pleasure of coloring them in - especially our adult coloring pages - because they're relaxing and great for reducing stress.

But did you know this? Most of the designs in our collection of original line art pictures can be used for making your own crafts, clip art and die cut patterns.

This site contains hundreds of printable Coloring Sheets. They're all created from my original artwork.

Browse our collections right here:

You can post a thumbnail image from this on your blog or web site and link it back to a page on this site - that's cool. You are welcome to use our clip art and printables for any personal non-commercial project but you may NOT offer them for sale in any form, and you cannot post them on any other site for download. Add favorites to Facebook groups and Pinterest boards to share with friends and fellow crafters.

How to Design Your Own Die Cuts

I love making fabric, cardstock, paper and vinyl die cuts from my own designs almost as much as I enjoy sharing my outlines as cutting files or craft templates and coloring pages.

To design your own die cut crafts from line art or coloring pages, simply choose a category from the many coloring page collections on this site, select a picture, then adapt the drawing to suit your die cut craft project.

You can add color to your artwork by using any basic graphics program or cut out sections from different scrapbook papers and card stocks.

How to MakeYour Own Iron On Transfers

Print out a free coloring page drawing onto transfer paper, iron the printed design onto a tee shirt or piece of fabric then let the kids (or yourself) color the design with fabric markers or heat set crayons or fabric paints.

free coloring book pages blog

Visit the Free Coloring Pages Blog for printables and line art to use for paper crafts.