Hello You Thinlits Die

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Hello You Thinlits Die

I wanted to try out my new Hello You Thinlits Dies. I needed to make Thank You cards for the orders I received while I was in Orlando FL last week. This was my first card.

Here is a tip for you when using the Hello You Thinlits Dies. You want to use a dryer sheet (actually I used 2 dryer sheets). You place the dryer sheets on your Big Shot clear plate, then your card stock, then the Hello You Thinlits Die and then the last clear plate; run it through the Big Shot and the die will come right off and you can take your words off the dryer sheet slick as a whistle. Love it!

I had the Stacked with Love paper stack on my table so I decided to go with Red and White card stock.

I just love the little epoxy hearts. On this one I punched a little heart and put the epoxy heart on top.

Here is another version:
Single Thanks 2

On this one I ran the White with the Red Thanks glued to it through the Big Shot inside the Happy Heart Impressions folder. (Note: I placed the Thanks on my Silicone rubber sheet and used the two-way glue pen to put the glue on so I could stick it to the piece of Whisper White card stock.)

I also used the tiny epoxy hearts which I colored using the Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities.

I like them both; which do you like better?

Both very quick and easy cards but very cute too!

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