Sizzix Thinlits Die - Pop Up House
Sharon started at Ellison in January 2017 as a creative designer. After completing her degree at Loughborough Uni in Multi Media Textiles, she worked as a creative pattern cutter in the fashion industry. After working in Leicester and London she came back to North Wales and brought her skills to this company. Inspired by botanicals and all things 3D, she is always trying to bring her designs to life.View Designer
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What better way to let someone know you’re thinking of them this Christmas by sending them this picturesque pop-up card. Inspired by silhouettes against the midnight sky, it will make anyone feel cosy at home.
Thinlits create dazzling detailed shapes for more creative cardmaking and papercrafting projects. These wafer-thin chemically-etched die sets are designed to cut, emboss or stencil a single sheet of cardstock, paper, metallic foil or vellum. They are simple to use, compact and portable for cutting at home or on the go. Use them for enhanced intricacy and to add a special touch of inspiration to all your projects.
The Thinlits dies in this set are compatible with the BIGkick, Big Shot and Vagabond machines.
To cut, the sandwich requires use of a pair of Cutting Pads and the machine's included Platform; when using the Essentials Platform or Solo Platform & Shim, the Extended Adapter or Solo Adapter is required. Because of their intricacy, Thinlits dies may require up to three passes to cut. If extra ejection is needed for easier separation of the die-cut from the design, place wax paper between the Thinlits die and your material and then cut.
These die can also emboss when the machine's included Platform is combined with an Impressions Pad and Silicone Rubber sheet. The diagrams on the Platform offer easy guidelines about how to make the perfect Sizzix sandwich.
To stencil, place the die over desired material and apply ink or chalk to the die indentations. This technique can be used alone or to enhance embossed designs.