Shape Your Photos with Thin Cuts!

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Who ever said that Thin Cuts are just for paper? Shape your photos and make them part of your designs by cutting them from pretty much any Thin Cuts that work for you! Our Thin Cuts are just the right size to run through most die-cutting machines, so why not give them a try!? You are going to love the results!

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Using our basic banner Thin Cuts, we were able to create the incredibly fun page you see above. It came together quickly and easily, no fussy cutting required!

With Thin Cuts, you can see where to place the die on your photo to make sure you cut the shape exactly how you want it. The die is an outline of the shape it will cut. There’s no wondering if you’re going to accidentally trim someone or something important out of your photo. Place the die on your photo, check to make sure your subject displays how you want it to, and run the die and photo through your die-cutting machine to get a perfectly shaped photo.

This also lets you make sure you choose the right size shape for your photo. Basic shape Thin Cuts come in shapes like hearts, stars, circles, or ovals in four different sizes for a variety of options.

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Here’s another darling example, this time using the basic hearts Thin Cuts. Using Thin Cuts on your photos is a simple, creative way to add visual interest to your layout. It’s fun to break out of the rectangle or square mold to give the photos you love a new look.

From scrapbook pages and cards to wall hangings and any other papercraft you can imagine up—the possibilities are endless when using Thin Cuts!

And if that’s not incentive enough, our Thin Cuts are on sale this month! Save 25% on individual sets of Thin Cuts, including some that we have brought out of retirement specifically for this sale, and 30% on select bundles! Check this Die-namite sale out, here.

What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below!


Recipes:

12″ x 12″ Pennant Thin Cuts Page
X7229B Stargazer Paper Packet, 1385 White Daisy Cardstock, X5955 Pebble Cardstock, X5953 Charcoal Cardstock, X7230C Chelsea Gardens Complements, Z1263 Bitty Sparkles, Z3274 Clear Sparkles, Z3345 Thin Cuts—Basic Banners, Z3132 Watercolor Paints

12″ x 12″ Heart Thin Cuts Page
X7229B Stargazer Paper Packet, X7230B Chelsea Gardens Paper Packet, Z3351 Adventure Fundamental Paper Packet, 1385 White Daisy CardstockX7230C Chelsea Gardens Complements Bitty Sparkles, Z3274 Clear Sparkles, Z3317 Thin Cuts—Basic Hearts, Z3132 Watercolor Paints

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10 thoughts on “Shape Your Photos with Thin Cuts!

  1. Pingback: Promotion of the Month: DIE-NAMITE .. Save BIG on Thin Cuts & Bundles | Lynn Como

  2. Love these ideas. I copied all of this article into my Scrapbooking Folder on the computer. Thank you. And, yes, please show more. I’m going to run out of room on my computer. 😉

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  3. Takes me back to the 1980s when we cut many of our photos into shapes for scrapbooking. It is really pretty, but remember to journal the who, what, when, where and why… because sometimes those details are cut off when we cut photos down to shapes.

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  4. Pingback: Shape Your Photos with Thin Cuts! — Make It from Your Heart | Tami's Treasures

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