Saturday, 9 July 2016

Flourish Thinlits

You know when I got the new catalogue and wrote out my Wish List, these framelits was pretty much at the top of the list. So I have no idea why it has taken me so long to get around to using them. But I did today on this project.

Flourish Thinlits - Narelle Fasulo - Simply Stamping with Narelle - available here -

These thinlits are just gorgeous. So delicate and intricate. I just love them.
Flourish Thinlits - Narelle Fasulo - Simply Stamping with Narelle - available here -
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Die cut delicate flowers in record time with Thinlits dies and the Big Shot.

Thinlits Dies help you create detailed die-cuts with just a few turns of the Big Shot handle. Dies include ejection holes so you can remove the paper easily.

Because of the intricate design of this die, you'll get best results if you use it with the Precision Base Plate.

* 10 dies
* 4-1/2" x 2-9/16" (11.4 x 6.5 cm)

And did you know that I didn't even need to use the Precision Base Plate with them like you normally would with these types if dies. And the reason for that is that I used the new Big Shot Platform. Oh my, this thing is marvelous. One pass through with these dies using this platform and my die cuts come out of the intricate dies with using minimal pressure using the Big Shot Die Brush. This plate cuts like butter. If you don't have it yet, I highly recommend you get one ASAP. You will not regret it. For just over $45, it is a worthwhile investment.

Big Shot Platform - Narelle Fasulo - Simply Stamping with Narelle - available here -

For ease of getting the cuts out of the dies, you can't go past the Big Shot Die Brush. All you need to do is run the brush over the metal die while resting it on the foam pad, and the card stock will just fall straight out. With Stampin' Up! bringing out more and more intricate dies, this tool really is a must for your toolkit.

Big Shot Die Brush - Narelle Fasulo - Simply Stamping with Narelle - available here -

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Love intricate die designs but not removing excess pieces of paper? Make it easy—use the Big Shot Die Brush. It's simple:

1. Run the die through the Big Shot.
2. Place the die face-down on the foam pad.
3. Roll the brush over the die.

It removes the excess pieces of paper from the die (the ones that you discard). It's a great timesaver so you can spend your time creating, not cleaning dies.

* Includes foam pad: 4-1/2" x 7" (11.4 x 17.8 cm)
* Brush size: 1-1/2" x 5-1/2" (3.8 x 14 cm)

And don't forget that during July you can earn vouchers to spend in August.
Here is how it works - You’ll get a $9 coupon (via email) by spending $90 in July. You can use the coupons in August on any item you want! The best part is that you can earn another coupon for every $90 you spend.

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Have a great day.

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