Thanks with Little Letters Thinlits

Apple Thanks

One of my favorite new Stampin’ Up! products is the Little Letter Thinlits Dies. They were just perfect for this teacher thank you card. I learned the first time I used them that you need to use graph paper and post it notes to hold them in place. Otherwise, even with the magnetic platform, the won’t stay perfectly lined up.

Here’s what it looked like before I ran it through my Big Shot:

Apple Thanks graph paper

The little apple slice was super easy with two sizes of circle punches and the modern label punch for the tiny seeds:

Apple Thanks Apple seed

I’m probably not the first person to think of using the label punch to make apple seeds, but I was so excited when I did! I just punched out a label, turned it around and punched the end again to make the seed. Hopefully you a can see it well enough in the photo.

Now I have the perfect thank you card for my daughter’s teacher!

Apple Thanks 2

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Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle

4 thoughts on “Thanks with Little Letters Thinlits

    • Thanks, Cindy, I’m glad you asked. I glued the two layers together first and didn’t have any trouble cutting through them, but I did have to use my piercing tool to remove the layers from the letters. Also, my post it note was too sticky and I had to be very careful to remove it. Hope that helps- happy stampin’!

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