Have you seen the new thinlits? If you haven’t, you must need to watch this video! They are a neat little tool you can use in your big shot to make flip cards. Super simple!
I decided to use the labels thinlit for one of my Christmas cards last month. We started with a piece of smoky slate cardstock cut to 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. We simply slid one side of the cardstock into the thinlit (under the side that cuts) and then brought the other half of the cardstock through the thinlit and left it lay over the top of the other side (see picture below).
If you watched the video, it shows to just lay the thinlit right on top of the cardstock. However, if you want a normal size card, only slide half of the cardstock under the framelit. Then simply run it through the big shot….it will cut and score your flip card! Once we had the base cut, we simply decorated it with the festive flurry snowflakes, a cute little sentiment, and some of the winter frost designer series paper. Super simple and just adorable!