Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Card Edge, Flowers

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Create a beautiful card that will be treasured with the Flowers Card Edge Thinlits Die Set by Sizzix! The package includes five thin metal dies that have design dimensions of .75" x .675" to 3.15" x 5.5". This die set will stencil, emboss or cut a single sheet of paper, cardstock, vellum or metallic foil. These wafer-thin and chemically-etched dies are compatible with the Big Shot, BIGkick and Vagabond machines when used with a pair of Cutting Pads and the machine's included platform; all items sold separately.

SKU: sz-661940 UPC: 630454234876

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  • An Anonymous User
    I'm a bit confused. Do you flip the die over to cut the opposite side of the card? I want to be sure I'm not damaging any part of the machine. I have an evolution advanced will the die work with that machine?   By: User (05-Aug-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • First I will say I am not familiar with your machine. Most dies will fit most machines but You may want to check with company to be sure.
      Second, the die is an overlay for the gate card with rounded corners. If you have a gate card die of any kind you can use it, just round the corners. Then you cut 2 of the fronts separately. Wax paper is a great help. I have a Vagabond 2 and bought the precision cut plate for more detailed dies. That made a big difference in cutting the die with one time through the machine.
      One thing I was not happy about with this die, it does not cut a mirror image. Meaning, if you want the same ends to match at top and bottom like it pictures on the package, you have to use the backside of the cut image on one side. But I will say the design is nice with opposite ends at top and bottom. I don't know why they chose that placement on the package, to me it's deceiving. The die doesn't cut the design in both directions. So one side looks sort of debossed if you want the same look as the package image.
      I have made one card from this and I cut in white watercolor paper and hand painted it. I think it came out nicely. I would post a picture but I mailed it to my cousin before I realized I forgot to photograph it. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions just ask.
      Deborah Thomas By: dthomas20 (07-Aug-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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