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This 92 piece set of Thinlits dies are designed by Lisa Jones for Sizzix and are called Essential Type. These dies include bot the upper and lower case alphabets along with 4 of the most commonly used punctuation marks. These dies are wafer-thin, chemically etched dies designed to cut through a single sheet of cardstock, paper, vellum, or foil. The dies are compatible with leading die cutting machines (sold separately). Each of this letters and symbols measure 3/4" tall.
I like this set of alphabet dies very much and it's quite impressive. I've never gotten an alphabet set with multiples of letter dies for the lower case letters. How interesting! I like the size of the fonts. I like that I could measure and set words and get all of them cut out in whole words. I like the style of the fonts, as well. The dies look to be quality and to be Sizzix good quality. They're sharp to the touch and very well-made and strong. I'm real happy with this alphabet die set. Thank you so much.
I have many, many different alphabet dies and use them very much. These were on my radar and I was Lucky enough to receive them as a gift with my Scrapbook.com order. I love the size of these dies as well as the fact they have the upper & lower alphabet (total of 92 dies). I just finished using this set on Easter Cards. They turned out great. What a fabulous Value. Sizzix dies cut very nicely.
Thank you Scrapbook.com for such a generous Freebie!!!
What an amazing freebie add-on with my order from Scrapbook.com! I love that it comes with upper and lower-case letters and punctuation, but best of all are the EXTRA lower-case letters that come with it so that entire words can be cut out at once! They are a nice size for card making or scrapbooking. A great addition to my "stash".
I actually got this for free! It was 1 of scrapbook.com's freebies. I am completely blown away on these. They are the perfect size that I have wanted. I don't usually take the time to cut out letters. But now I will! They cut out well the first time.
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