“Hi” Label Thinlit Card Die

I just got the Label Card Thinlit Dies and had to try them out!  This is a really quick way to make a fun card.  I also used the new Another Thank You Photopolymer stamp set for the little heart stamp.
Label Thinlit Card - Closed

SUPPLIES: Stamps:  Another Thank You Photopolymer #133454
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler
Silver Metallic Encore Pad  #132142
Card Stock:  Cherry Cobbler 6-1/2″ x 6″
Whisper White
Big Shot:  Label Card Thinlit Die  #133479
Other:  Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Gingham Garden Washi Tape #129314
SNAIL Adhesive
Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Craft Tweezers from your local Craft Store
Label Framelit Card - Open Front View

1.  Cut your Label Thinlit Card out with your Big Shot and Label Thinlit Die.  Crease the score lines with your Bone Folder.  Wasn’t that easy!!!
2.  Cut out two Labels from Whisper White using the Label die in the set.  Also cut out a “i {heart} u” from Whisper White and two “hi”s from Cherry Cobbler.  Watch this video if you need help using Thinlits Dies.
3.  Adhere a “hi” to each Whisper White Label.  Stamp a Little Heart to “dot your ‘i'” using Cherry Cobbler ink.  Adhere the Whisper White Labels to each side of the Label cutout on the card.
4.  Cover the Heart on the “i {heart} u” with Washi Tape trimming the excess off.  Adhere to your card in the desired position.  Note:  OR you can use the Small Heart Punch to punch out a heart to cover the Whisper White heart.
5.  Randomly stamp lots of little hearts using the Silver Metallic ink.
6.  Practice moving your card so you can see both sides of the Label.  Hopefully the person you give it to will enjoy it just as much!  You can write your note on the back of the card.  When it is folded it will fit inside a Medium Envelope.
Label Card Thinlit - Back view

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Happy Card Making!

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