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10/31/2016

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Chris R. from Iowa

Hi Ginger, can't wait to see what you make with these. I don't have any of the circles, squares or ovals dies yet (just punches) do you think this would be a good idea so I have the basic shapes to start with? I eventually want to get the original sets. Just curious. I think I need more of a tutorial to make a rectangle out of these! I like the stitched look but seldom take the time to punch holes in for the look or dots and dashes. But, I love layers! The examples are impressive.

Ginger Toivonen

Hi Chris! I think this set is ideal because you get a sampling of all of the shapes and with 4 of each you can create mats too. I love the stitched look too but like you, I don't want to have to work for it. Honestly Chris, I think I would start with these Stitched Thinlits and then see what you really use the most to determine if you need to buy the original Tninlits. Does that make sense?

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Ginger

Ginger Toivonen


Hi Chris!


This was such a great question that I answered it on my blog in case other people are wondering the same thing.  Honestly, I would get the Stitched Thinlits because you get a sampling of all of the shapes.  If you like a certain shape, then you can buy that set of original Thinlits.  Most people tend to prefer certan shapes and thiw ould be a great way to see what you like.  


I loved your card on Susans Blog!  Cuteness overload and I liked the way it was presented!  Nice work my friend!


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Ginger

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