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Old 05-11-2011, 06:18 AM   #11
Sassilass
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Default Here's a tip!

Here's a tip I think you will all like! When I do a die cut out that has a lot of little hole details, I use a lint roller to get those little holes out. Just roll the lint roller over the cut out either in the die or take it out and hold it down while you roll it works like magic! And no residue either, great.
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Originally Posted by Miss Meowy View Post
Our CutUps die line is almost 1 year old! And I think you like them!

Paper thin dies, are really hot right now, despite being really new!
Since they are so new, I'd love to hear what tips you might have when using these wafer-thin dies.

My favorite tip when using the border CutUps (or the long, narrow ones) for layering, is to place the die face down on the side of the paper that you want to show. When the die cuts, it will impress the edge of the die into the paper. I use this impression to layer, and line up paper below it, to get a nice, straight, even border. If I don't want the impression, I cut on the "other" side of the paper.

Do you have any tips you want to share?
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