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Old 11-19-2011, 06:06 AM   #88
Miss Meowy
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Originally Posted by Sassilass View Post
You all are talking about a shim you might need to use for your dies! The best way to do it in my humble opinion is: MultiPurpose cutting plate (or acrylic Plate) + die(blade side up) + cardstock + acrylic Plate + shim or you could use a Crease Pad on top of the cardstock + acrylic Plate. That works for me and yes some of the metal pieces in the die can be sharpe, so it's not a good idea to run your fingers over them after all they are made of thin pieces of metal!
I've only seen the Crease Pad, but have wondered what it is. What is it made of? I'm not good around sharp objects.
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