Hi Friends! Well, as promised, today is the first of what will hopefully be MANY product spotlights to show you the TONS OF AWESOME PRODUCTS offered in the 2016-17 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog. We were so excited to learn that the new Big Shot Platform eliminates the need for using wax paper, dryer sheets, paper piercing tools, etc. when using the intricate Thinlit dies, like the Butterfly shown in the video. The new platform is a necessity, as is the die brush if you don't currently have one. We also tried the Flourish Thinlits with the new platform and it worked beautifully! Please visit our website to order, or contact your existing demonstrator. Trust us, YOU NEED THIS, it will make your life MUCH easier!
Stampin Up Independent Demonstrator siblings Scot Strehlow and Kira Loy from Las Vegas share creative ideas for stamping, card making, scrapbooking, and paper crafting
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Product Spotlight - NEW Big Shot Platform - YOU NEED THIS!!!
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Great video!! I am ordering this!! Already have the brillo brush. Works great!!ReplyDelete
I just ran across your video on YT. I'm on the brink of ordering the new platform, but can't find anything about whether Sizzlits and Embosslits will still work in it, or if they are now passe or obsolete. Any thoughts?ReplyDelete
Hi Lucy! Thanks for your message! Yes, you can still use Sizzlits and Embosslits with the new platform. You would use just the main platform without the thin die adapter, and sandwich the die between the two cutting pads to run it through. I just tried it with both, and it worked just fine.Delete
Thanks! I guess you tipped me over the brink--ha! I just got done looking through your entire blog and bookmarked a BUNCH of pages to refer to later. I appreciate the info and you trying it for me. Even my upline couldn't answer the question since she still uses the old platform. I'm a new hobbyist demo, so have lots to learn.ReplyDelete