Sizzix - Alterations - Thinlits Dies - Mini Detailed Butterflies
Sizzix - Alterations - Thinlits Dies - Mini Detailed Butterflies
Sizzix - Alterations - Thinlits Dies - Mini Detailed Butterflies

Sizzix - Alterations - Thinlits Dies - Mini Detailed Butterflies

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Breathe life into your next page with the Sizzix Alterations Collection Tim Holtz Detailed Butterflies Mini Thinlits Dies. These dies are made of carbon steel, allowing you to cut foil, vellum, paper, and cardstock to create impressive projects. This pack comes with a storage envelope, so organizing your dies...  Full Description & Details
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Breathe life into your next page with the Sizzix Alterations Collection Tim Holtz Detailed Butterflies Mini Thinlits Dies. These dies are made of carbon steel, allowing you to cut foil, vellum, paper, and cardstock to create impressive projects. This pack comes with a storage envelope, so organizing your dies will be easy.
  • Designed by Tim Holtz of Sizzix
  • Alterations by Sizzix
  • Themes: Butterfly, Spring, Outdoors, Giftmaking, Card Making
  • Set includes four dies
  • Designed from carbon steel
  • Dies range in size from approximately: 2" x 1.75" - 2.25" x 1.75"
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  • Can I cut felt with these?   By: Feelin-groovy (20-Apr-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I just bought them and haven't yet had a chance to try them out. I don't know if they would cut felt, but it wouldn't hurt the die by trying it. I'm thinking they may not have a deep enough edge to cut anything other then paper/card stock. But as I said, it wouldn't hurt the die if you wanted to try it out. By: ThiaG (22-Apr-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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