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Thinlits Card Dies are Flippin' Awesome!

On Friday night I helped a friend re-launch her SU Business and because the new Thinlits Card Dies were only released last week, I thought it would be great to demo them for the Make 'n' Take.

Now ... last week was no ordinary week for me.  To cut a long story short it was EPIC in more ways than one and the whole Make 'n' Take inspiration thing just wasn't happening!

In desperation (the night before the workshop) I went to Pinterest and came across a wonderful tutorial via You Tube called, How to Create Awesome Cards with the Card Thinlits Dies by Linda Higgins, a fellow Aussie Demonstrator!

All I can say is that Linda saved the day!  Make sure you check out her tutorial as it explains how you can get the extra flap thingy on the right hand side of the card.

This card became the actual Make 'n' Take -
 Label Card Thinlits Die
(Pool Party, Basic Black Card Stock, Modern Medley DSP with a Butterfly from Papillon Potpourri, Pool Party Seam Binding Ribbon, Basic Rhinestones)

 The inside of the card with the extra 'flap'.

 Circle Card Thinlits Die 
(Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Very Vanilla Card Stock, Modern Medley DSP, 2 1/2" Circle Punch, Basic Rhinestones, White Organza Ribbon)

 The Inside

The Important Info -

Each Make 'n' Take was 'personalised' and we ended up with Birthday Cards, an Engagement Card and an idea for Wedding Invitations.

Each set contains a variety of versatile dies ... great for the card maker and scrap booker too!

These dies and other great SU products can be found by shopping through my on-line store or you can drop me an email if you would prefer.  Don't forget to check out the specials why you are there :)


HI BRON! Love those cards!!! Friday night sure was fun and full of laughs and friends!!! (even for the short time I was there!! hee hee)
Great job on the flip card!! They are truly (in the words of you dear lady) Flippin' AWESOME!!
SMiles Sharnee :)
Oh wow! Thank you for the lovely comments! Funny this was, I was on Pinterest and thought... wow that card is a lot like mine. LOL Thank you Bronwyn xx

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