Another Word About the Die Brush
- Don’t be so energetic when you use it.
- If the die is very lacy and delicate, you run the risk of tearing it.
- Be gentle.
- Roll the brush in one direction.
- This keeps those delicate die-cuts from tearing.
I was making butterflies with the Butterflies Thinlits™ Dies (137360) to put on a birthday card when I discovered this. I pressed harder and rolled more energetically than previously which moved the die at the same time. This caused a few tears in the lacy wings. I rolled in one direction and less exuberantly on the second butterfly, so it came out just fine. Luckily, it turned out that I only needed the one butterfly. I glued together the tears and used the damaged butterfly as a stencil for the envelope. You can see the result here on my Blackberry Bliss Butterfly Birthday Card.
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