Not us. If the board lets us spend big bucks on anything, it’ll be on a large(ish) format printer. Not a smushing device. Besides. the dies that would be required for die cutting are $$$.
That said, assuming that Troy (OP) is a member (green dot?) the project might be doable on the Silhouette Cameo. That device (allegedly) cuts fabric, posterboard, vinyl and more. And if cutting was taking place on a laser, then I assume that digital files existed for the cutting process.
Another option: If Troy lives in within the boundaries of Garland ISD and already has the die desired, the school district has Ellison press-things in the Instructional Resource Center located in the Shugart Professional Development Center. I don’t know what the situation is now - post Covid restrictions - but before that, community members were permitted to sign in to utilize the equipment.
The state Region 10 Education Service Center in Richardson used to have a similar resource center for teachers, but I think it was closed.
If there are still exclusively scrapbooking stores out there, they may also have die-cutter press-thingies available for use in-store. I’m not a scrapbooker, so can’t say for sure…