Wood Slice (and Alphabet)... Thinlits - Die Cutting Templates by Tim Holtz and Sizzix (no. 666291).
This wonderful pair of realistic timber slices, one round and one heart shaped, has bark edging and rings marked. Add your messages of love and inspiration using the fun wonky twig styled lettering. Uppercase alphabet with a plus sign. Have fun :)
Imagine adding many layers into your project that give the appearance that you've spent hours fussy cutting with scissors. That's what Thinlits can do. Use with your favourite die cutting machine to cut shapes out of paper, cardstock or vellum, for creating dimension, paper illustrations, interactive elements and more for all your papercraft projects.
This set contains 33 templates.
Sizes : tbc
Handy Tip : layer a sheet of double sided adhesive to the back of your printed, coloured, white mixed media or watercolour cardstock before cutting out. Then simply colour each piece however you wish before or after they're cut out.
Thinlits die cutting templates are wafer thin, chemically etched, metal templates designed to cut, emboss or stencil a single sheet of cardstock, paper, fine metallic foil or vellum.
Because of their intricate details, Thinlits may require up to three passes to cut. If extra help is needed for easier separation of the die-cut shape from the template, place wax paper between the Thinlits die and your material and then roll through your preferred machine.
Use with your Sizzix Big Shot, Foldaway, BigShot Plus, Sidekick (check sizes first) and other die cutting machines. Check with your machine for sizing, placement and which plates to use. All machines sold separately!
Thinlits are also able to emboss when combined with an Impressions Pad and Silicone Rubber sheet (it presses rather than cuts due to the less pressure). Try misting the paper lightly with water for a deeper impression.
To stencil, trace around the shapes with pen, pencil or ink. Apply ink to the die cutting edges to print and emboss at the same time.
This set includes a handy plastic storage envelope. For easy identification, slip the printed label into the envelope with the dies.
Designed by Tim Holtz and manufactured by Sizzix.