Use the Precision Base Plate for Your Delicate Ornaments!

If you love the Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies, then you’ll love how easy they are to cut  when you use the Precision Base Plate from Stampin’ Up!’s 2015 Holiday Catalog.

Because these dies are so intricately detailed, they can be tricky to cut with regular acrylic Cutting Pads.  The Precision Base Plate will help cardmakers and paper crafters prepare for the holidays with at little less stress.  And that’s a good thing!

Here’s a quick handmade Christmas card that shows off the Delicate Ornaments, made with Gold and Silver Foil Sheets.  Red Glimmer Paper provides a nice bit of bling behind the cutouts.

Handmade Christmas Card from Stamping Madly, using Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies

Watch this video to learn more about why YOU might need the Precision Base Plate, and tips on how to use it:

Tired of struggling with Thinlits Dies?  Make your crafting time more relaxed and productive!  Use this link order the Precision Base Plate today!  Precision Base Plate from Stampin’ Up!

If you love the Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies, make sure you use the Precision Base Plate for the best cutting surface ever!

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4 Responses to Use the Precision Base Plate for Your Delicate Ornaments!

  1. Claudia S. October 7, 2015 at 1:30 pm #

    Thank you so much for this tutorial. I was wondering how to use the precision plate.

    • Sage October 7, 2015 at 1:40 pm #

      You bet, Claudia. I’m glad it was helpful!

  2. lisa October 7, 2015 at 5:57 pm #

    Thank you Sage. That was a wonderful tutorial. Do you know if this works with the Cuddlebug, for those of us who have those? Hope all is well, and I would like to thank you for our weelky gifts! What a treat. God bless you. Lisa

    • Sage October 7, 2015 at 6:20 pm #

      Thanks for the feedback, Lisa. I don’t know for sure about the Cuttlebug, since I don’t have one. But I think it should work. You’ll just have to figure out the right sandwich.

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