The embossing tools are a great addition to your crafting accessories as you can now emboss with selected intricate Thinlits dies! It is easy following the instructions on your Big Shot machine platform to create a beautiful embossing on your makes. It is the perfect embossing solution for your beloved wafer-thin dies!
Silicone Rubber and Impressions Pad are durable accessories made specifically for embossing with selected Sizzix Thinlits dies and die sets. These accessories allow you to emboss thin materials such as paper, cardstock and foil to make a lasting impression.
Quick, simple and easy to use for all your embossing needs.
Silicone Rubber Dimension: 7 3/8in x 5 3/4in x 1/8in
Impressions Pad Dimension: 8 7/8in x 5 7/8in x 1/8in
Includes: 1 Silicone Rubber and 1 Impressions Pad
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