Border Buddies Saturday, Patsy here. Thinlits™ and Framelits™ they look the same why the different names? They are both wafer-thin chemical-etched dies designed to cut a single sheet of cardstock, designer paper of vellum using the Big Shot.
Thinlits are used to cut out an element to add to a card that is a stand alone – no coordinating stamp set needed.
Framelits are used for easy cutting out a shape that frames a stamped image or creating a window. Many of our stamps have coordinating Framelits which make it so easy without any fussy cutting.
Here I used the Hello from the Hello You Thinlits to embellish this card. The patterned paper is from the paper stack All Abloom. The little paper stacks are perfect for card makers.
This card uses the same template but I used the negative part of the thinlit to create a see through with cardstock behind it.