What To Do With Teeny Tiny Dies
I used teeny tiny dies from the Up & Away Thinlits™ Dies for my Cupcake Carnival Birthday Card. The images that coordinate are in the Lift Me Up Stamp Set and are also teeny tiny. The balloon basket doubles as the cupcake base and one of the clouds is shaped perfectly for cupcake frosting.
The dies to cut the images are so small that they’d be swallowed up by Post-It™ Notes, even the 1-1/2” x 2” size. They really need to be taped down so the image doesn’t shift, even on the Big Shot™ Magnetic Platform.
Then I remembered my Washi Tape. The Affectionately Yours Designer Washi Tape set has a variety of widths, so I could use a small one. The photo shows a larger die from a different set, along with the Washi Tape to hold it, because the photo of my teeny tiny die was too hard to see.
Washi Tape is translucent, so it’s not too hard to see the stamped image through it when you place the die. Just be sure you use a dark enough ink pad to stamp the image and a light enough piece of tape to see through.
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