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Is the Borderabilities set up the same as the Nestabilities set up when using the Big Shot? Today I thought I would be "smart" and use my scallop square and only put the cardstock on one edge. This way it would be just the border.
Well, the places of the Nestie that didn't have any cardstock under it really got jammed into my cutting plate. I managed to dig it out, but won't be doing that again.
So, if I have a Borderability not being totally under cardstock will the same thing happen?
The Borderabilities are not as wide as the regular nestabilities. If you like Nestabilities or want to buy some Boarderabilities check out Cut At Home. You can get some great buys here. Once a month you can get 40% off of a purchase. I bought two 4 packs in the last couple of months.
Here is a video by Stacy of Spellbinders on how to use part of a Nestabilties to create a unique edge on a card. She is using the Wizard. I am not sure how to convert this to a BigShot of Cuttlebug, but someone in this group of brilliant people must have figured it out.