The only TH "thin" dies I have are the 12in strip dies, like the rosettes & the alphas- they have the release foam, not the plain metal like spellbinders. If you are speaking of those, they came out before the Vagabond & I used them in my Cuttlebug with the Sizzix 13in skinny platform to match, 2 Sizzix 13in plates. Part number of the plates: 654558.
While I was waiting for those, I was able to cut the long strips using only the Cuttlebug platform & plates by taping the paper to the extra long strip die and putting it through twice. Clear as mud? What I mean is, the Cuttlebug equipment you probably already have is compatible in thickness, just not in length. Good luck!
PeaNut 434,003 August 2009 Posts: 225 Layouts: 247 Loc: Louisiana
Posted: 8/25/2013 7:02:35 AM
I don't know about TH thin dies, but I recently got a cuttlebug and a thin lawn fawn die. My cuttlebug came with an A plate and two B plate, but after realizing this thin die wasn't going to work I researched it and found out I need a C plate. The info I found also said they weren't making the C plate anymore, but maybe that was old information because I found the C plate on amazon. I just searched for cuttlebug C plate and it came up. It worked perfectly along with one A plate and one B plate.