Each Friday for the last few weeks I have been sharing my favourite retiring products. We have looked at my favourite stamps, flowers, butterflies and dragonflies. Today for Friday Favourites is my favourite Big Shot Dies particularly the Butterfly Thinlits and the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits.
FIRSTLY THE BUTTERFLY THINLITS
I have used the Butterfly Thinlits and the Bold Butterfly Thinlits so much over the years. Just some of the cards are below.
Create a funky watercoloured background and diecut the large Butterfly Thinlits. See the details in this post -> HERE.
This one below was a special card I made for my daughter. You can see the full post -> HERE.
It was a simple card and I really loved how it turned out. Sometimes you don’t need too much. 🙂
This card below was a CASE of a card in the catalogue. I made it a couple of years ago now. I can’t seem to find the original post. If I did post it at all??? 🙂
This card below I created for a Bloghop 3 years ago. I coloured the Silver Foil with the Blendabilities at the time. You could use the Stampin’ Blends now. This card has been repinned from Pinterest and viewed so many times over the years since I shared it. You can see the original post -> HERE.
BLOOMIN’ HEART THINLITS
The Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits are so detailed and delicate. You don’t need to add too much to a card when you use this Thinlit.
I cut this heart from Designer Series Paper. You can diecut flowers with this Thinlits set too. The background is stamped with the Timeless Textures. See the card -> HERE.
Another one cutting the Thinlits again with Designer Series Paper. I used the Timeless Textures set. See this card -> HERE.
Do you have these Thinlits yet? They are delicate and detailed. They are lovely to add to a card making any card extra “gorgeous”. Really! You will want them in your stash.
They won’t be available in a couple of weeks though.
The Butterfly Thinlits and the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits are available in my store -> HERE now.
Thanks for visiting me again. Why not share what you have made with these Thinlits. I would love to see them.
See you again soon,