Once again, another great video from Stampin’ Up! I’ll keep posting these, but you can always find them on YouTube or on the Stampin’ Up! website. Just search for Show Me How.
Some additional tips that were noted on the video and demonstrators have found useful:
• As with all of our dies, the Thinlits are designed to be used with a single sheet of paper or cardstock.
• When you run the Thinlit through the Big Shot, you may need to use a shim to get a clean cut due to variations in materials.
• And, due to the intricacy of the die, the paper might stick to the die after cutting. A few things you can do to help with this:
o Put a piece of wax paper between the cardstock and the die.
o Run the die through the Big Shot several times — this makes the paper easier to remove and also leaves a cleaner edge on the cut image.
o After running through the die through the Big Shot, tap it on the edge of your table to help the cut piece pop out.
o Or, you can simply push a paper piercing tool or a toothpick through the holes in the die.
Keep Thinkin’ inkin’!