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So, if I want to use a Bigz XL box#2 die in my cuttlebug, along with using extended plates, I also need a crease pad, right? Is there an alternative item I could use? I have silicone rubber pads, maybe a different sandwich??
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The crease pad stops the score lines from cutting - I think if you use a regular pad they don't score properly and are likely to cut instead. I'm not sure of an alternative, maybe somebody else can offer a suggestion on that.