Tuesday, February 2, 2016

How to Use Your Thincut Dies video

Hello, friends!

Today, I have a video for you demonstrating how to use Close To My Heart's new Thincuts! I have received several emails about this, so I thought a video was in order!

Let me know if you have any questions!


If you cannot see the video above, click here => How to Use Your Thincut Dies video

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Joan Smith said...

Good Morning Miss Melanie......Loved your video....it was fun! You really did A great tutorial using the dies then stamping! CTMH does package everything nicely. I'm glad that you are having lots,of crafting fun with all the new goodies. It would be fun too to be able,to watch you create a project from start to finish. I do realize it's a long process to do,that though. Thanks for,sharing your awesome clever & creative ideas. Have a Terrific Tuesday!! YOU so ROCK!!

Anonymous said...

Love the Dies. Have you stamped first then cut with the Dies. This is much easier for me

Lee Ellen

Ann said...

I also prefer to stamp then cut, but "to each his/her own"... Love all the stamp/die combos; hope CTMH has planned to keep these a regular feature. I would even be happy if they produced thin dies for some of our existing stamp sets. So much easier than fussy cutting, imho.

Coelle said...

Ann has a great idea for CTMH....make some of the thin dies for existing stamps...I know I'm one who doesn't care for the 'fussy cutting' and it would be super to have some thin dies to match our existing stamp sets. Thanks, Melanie, for the instructional video...and not sure if it's been mentioned, but your selection of intro and exit music is such a great choice...not jarring, but very pleasant! Thanks for all you do for us!

Lara said...

I am always inspired when I watch your videos and look at your creations every time I see your name on my inbox! Thanks for showing us- it seems like the Spellbinders and Anna Griffin dies are different, and I always have to google sandwiches for the cuttlebug, because I can never remember where the crease pad/foam pad is put and when. Anyway, I really appreciate your inspiration!