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Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower
Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower
Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower
Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower
Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower
Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower

Sizzix - Thinlits Die - Layered Winter Flower

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Add a delicate touch to your Christmas cards this year with the Layered Winter Flower Thinlits Die Set designed by Lisa Jones for Sizzix. Included in the set are 13 thin metal dies that are compatible with the BIGkick, Big Shot, and Vagabond machines (sold separately). The dies are designed to cut, emboss or ...  Full Description & Details
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Add a delicate touch to your Christmas cards this year with the Layered Winter Flower Thinlits Die Set designed by Lisa Jones for Sizzix. Included in the set are 13 thin metal dies that are compatible with the BIGkick, Big Shot, and Vagabond machines (sold separately). The dies are designed to cut, emboss or stencil a single sheet of cardstock, paper, metallic foil or vellum.

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.625" x .5" to 2.5" x 3"
Number of Pieces
13
SKU
sz-664589
UPC
630454261773
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  • how do you put this together? What parts of the cutting remnants are actually flower parts? Is there a color coded chart somewhere? I have searched and searched for a video. I have tried to find a way to contact the designer's company, Lisa Jones. I cannot find any help anywhere. the flower parts do not line up for me, at least what I think are flower cuttings from the die. The photo is pretty but it is hard to see the individual parts, so I cannot use it to identify flower parts and where they belong. I am seriously considering trashing it because it is too frustrating. Will probably do that in a few days. I love the look, very pretty, but there are no instructions to be found. With the photo, there is no guidance. I wanted it for the front of a Christmas card. So disappointing. 😞   By: CAQ (01-Dec-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • The process was frustrating without a guide. I added a cardstock shim when I cut the flower and parts. This left the impressions of where to place the parts. It did take messing up two flowers before I figured it out.
      Agreed a color identification and illustration for assembly would have helped. By: GeorgiaWhite (02-Dec-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Thanks, GeorgiaWhite. i don’t feel so inept now! 😁

      I did figure it out and made a flower with contrasting colors and out it together so I can see how each part plays a part in the set. I included it with the dies set bag. AI numbered the sections, too. By: CAQ (02-Dec-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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