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Old 12-12-2008, 07:19 AM   #2281
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Yes, I use the BossKuts in my Cuttlebug. I use this sandwich: (from the bottom )
Plate A
Plate B
Boss Kut DIE with FOAM facing UP
Cardstock
Plate C


If you look in your Cutllebug manual that came with the machine, it is on the page titled: Using Other Brand Dies
For Use With Non-Cuttelbug Thin Dies

I labeled the page in my book. This sandwich works (for me) for :
1. Quikutz dies
2. Boss Kut dies
3. Revolution dies

Hope this helps you!
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Can anyone tell me if the embossed Christmas Tree (cuttlebug embossing folder) would fit on the Stampin up Top Note die cut?
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Can anyone tell me if the embossed Christmas Tree (cuttlebug embossing folder) would fit on the Stampin up Top Note die cut?


I would say it does. I don't own it, but I just checked out a Blog where the top note die was used on a A2 card and from the looks of it I'd say give it a try. The Christmas tree is about 5 1/4" tall. HTH
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Oh, I own both! I will try to check tonite!
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I got a chance to try earlier than I thought.

The answer is, sort of. I cut the Top Note first, then tried to get as much of the tree as possible. It cuts off some of the bottom. Hope this pic helps.
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Hi Tanja

Hi,
I have several Bosskut dies and I love them. I also use them in my Big Shot. I just cut out a poinsettia to make sure I was giving you the right sandwich. Since I use my Big Shot now I had to refresh myself on using the cutterbug. Here is the Sandwich I used.

First the A Plate
Next is the C Plate
Then the Bosskut Die Picture Side Down Gray Side up
Put Card Stock on top of die
Put the B Plate on top of Card Stock
Roll through Cutterbug

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Thank you to all you experienced Cuttle-buggers out there that helped me with my stack problem! After LOTS of experiementing with all the suggestions, here's what I found out.

In order to emboss without cutting, there are are actually two ways to do it. The first way will give an embossed image of the nestie die just as it looks from the back of the die (not the cutting side) This image is raised up from the cardstock and is very simple with two lines of embossing. Here is how I did it - from the bottom up.

A
3 pcs of cardstock for shim
B
die - cut side down
tan mat
card stock to emboss
B

Both sides of the embossed cardstock are nice - either one giving a very pretty simple impression. The die does stick a little into the B plate but pops out very easily - espcially if the plate has been used a lot already like mine!

To get the three lines of embossing here is the stack that worked for me (as several of you suggested.) I kept thinking this would CUT the cardstock since it had the cut side facing the cardstock, but the tan mat prevents that.

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I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place, so sorry if not!
I just got some Nestabilities to use with my CB. I have the sandwich (from this board) as Plate C, then Plate A, then the nestie, then CS, then Plate B. When I do that I get a good cut, but do NOT get the embossed line around the shape. What am I doing wrong? Thank you so much!
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I just got some Nestabilities to use with my CB. I have the sandwich (from this board) as Plate C, then Plate A, then the nestie, then CS, then Plate B. When I do that I get a good cut, but do NOT get the embossed line around the shape. What am I doing wrong? Thank you so much!
It's a two-step process to get the embossed line. You need either the tan embossing mat (tan flat piece of rubber) or you can also get by with a small piece of plumber's gasket (flat piece of rubber). I can't remember the exact sandwich.... I think the cardstock on the rubber sheet - but I'm sure that someone will post the directions.
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I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place, so sorry if not!
I just got some Nestabilities to use with my CB. I have the sandwich (from this board) as Plate C, then Plate A, then the nestie, then CS, then Plate B. When I do that I get a good cut, but do NOT get the embossed line around the shape. What am I doing wrong? Thank you so much!
You need to put it through ONE MORE TIME with:
Plate A
Plate B
Die
Cardstock
TAN WIZARD PAD
Plate B

What you did cuts and then this "stack" embosses. BTW, I've seen the tan pad at Mikes and Hobby Lobby.
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I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place, so sorry if not!
I just got some Nestabilities to use with my CB. I have the sandwich (from this board) as Plate C, then Plate A, then the nestie, then CS, then Plate B. When I do that I get a good cut, but do NOT get the embossed line around the shape. What am I doing wrong? Thank you so much!
I have not had any luck with the tan mat. This is what I do and I only have to put it through once to cut and emboss.

c plate
a plate
nestie face up
cardstock
piece of chipboard (cut up cereal box)
b plate

I think everyone's machines are a bit different so you might have to play a bit but this works for me everytime!
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I have not had any luck with the tan mat. This is what I do and I only have to put it through once to cut and emboss.

c plate
a plate
nestie face up
cardstock
piece of chipboard (cut up cereal box)
b plate

I think everyone's machines are a bit different so you might have to play a bit but this works for me everytime!
This is what I do too
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I've seen a few cards using more than 1 of the embossing folders at a time and it didn't look like the card had been cut. Is that possible? The cuttlebug isn't wide enough to emboss part of a card and then move the card and emboss another design. I hope you can understand what I mean.
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Here is one where I used four different folders. I have directions in the description. Basically I use several of the border embossing folders and one larger folder. I use the acrylic plates from the side kick to emboss a smaller area of the large embossing folder. Each step is done separately.

Four folder card

I also have done cards with two folders using the regular acrylic plates. You emboss half the card by letting the other half stick out the folder. Then you go back and repeat for the other half using a different folder.

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Hi gals. For about 2 years, I've been using a Zip'e mate I got for $20. It works okay for A2 size paper (4.25 x 5.5) IF I put it in with the 4.25 as the width. It is narrower than the bug or big shot so I can't turn my paper if I want the design to go across the 5.5 as the width, and I can't use a square that is 5". Besides, my cutting plate is about shot & I can't find these for sale anywhere, and can't use another machine's b/c of the size.

I got a Michael's gift card for Christmas so am considering getting either the cuttlebug or the big Shot. I have read JulieHRR's comparison. I have read bits & pieces about both machines. I guess the biggest question is: Can I really do the same things with both of them? Are the platforms/layers for the Big shot more expensive than the cuttlebug platforms/layers? If I wanted to use an extended die in the bug, can I use it with the big shot extender? or does provocraft make something like this? The bug is cheaper, so if I can do everything with it that I can do with the Big Shot, I'm sure I'll go that way. Well, if M's will honor my coupon!

I'm sure these questions have all been asked before, but I thought I'd ask them again! LOL!

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does anyone know where there is a good shop in Australia that sells the cuttlebug dies, etc even the other dies that will work in the cuttlebug. I am having trouble buying what I need for the cuttlebug

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Does anyone have experience putting Fimo polymer clay through the Cuttlebug with embossing folders? My mom, visiting for Christmas, was really impressed with my Cuttlebug and was wondering if she could use it on her clay.
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I guess the biggest question is: Can I really do the same things with both of them?
Basically, yes. Cuttlebug is smaller, less expensive, less sturdy, but perfectly adequate for most things.

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Are the platforms/layers for the Big shot more expensive than the cuttlebug platforms/layers?
No, they are comparably priced. Regular plates for the Big Shot are around the same price as Bug plates. The extended plates are more, obviously, since they are bigger.

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If I wanted to use an extended die in the bug, can I use it with the big shot extender? or does provocraft make something like this?
This is why I bought a Big Shot in August. LOL You *can* make extended dies work, according to several people. It looks like a pain to me, and I didn't want to have to fight it. I'm lazy that way. Here is the link to the Big Shot FAQ and a partial quote:
*All sizzix brand dies will work in the Cuttlebug HOWEVER your Cuttlebug opening MUST be at least 6 inches wide for the Bigz or Bigz XL to fit through the opening.
You can break your plates when using Steel Rule Dies such as the Bigz, Bigz XL dies in your cuttlebug.
These dies were made to be exclusive to the Big Kick and Big Shot Machine Only.
The Premium Crease Pad, Extended Cutting Pads are to WIDE to fit through the opening of the Cuttlebug machine.

Provocraft does not make extended plates. The narrow extended plates (Decorative Strip Cutting Pads) will fit thru a Bug, but they are not wide enough for the Bigz XL dies. The Extended Cutting Pads are *too* wide for the Bug.

So if you think you'll use extended dies a lot, I would go with the Big Shot. If you'll just use them occasionally, and you don't mind fiddling with the plates for it, then the Bug should work.

Hope this helps a little! It's a difficult decision.
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does anyone know where there is a good shop in Australia that sells the cuttlebug dies, etc even the other dies that will work in the cuttlebug. I am having trouble buying what I need for the cuttlebug

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Hmm, any of our Australia ladies have a good answer here???? I know there are some shops. If you don't get a response here soon, try starting a new thread in this forum (Tool & Product Talk) asking specifically "Where in Australia can I get Cuttlebug products?" Someone is sure to answer!
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Does anyone have experience putting Fimo polymer clay through the Cuttlebug with embossing folders? My mom, visiting for Christmas, was really impressed with my Cuttlebug and was wondering if she could use it on her clay.
I know people have used die cut machines to roll out the FIMO. You could probably use a Texture plate, maybe? I think the embossing folders would squeeze the clay too thinly??? But I have never tried it.

Anyone with experience in this?
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Thank you so much for the info! Just reading this makes me think the Big Shot would, in the long run, be more versatile. Now, I need to call Michael's & see if they have any in stock since they are 50% off right now AND I have a gift card! LOL!

I have no idea about the clay, but it made me think of how I first used an embossing folder & CB dies: in my Kitchen Aid Pasta Roller! LOL! It was an electric cuttlebug, of sorts, but I didn't want to scratch up my KA too much & that's when I found the zip'e mate online really cheap.
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Hmm, any of our Australia ladies have a good answer here???? I know there are some shops. If you don't get a response here soon, try starting a new thread in this forum (Tool & Product Talk) asking specifically "Where in Australia can I get Cuttlebug products?" Someone is sure to answer!
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I know i'm asking a question that has been answered before but darn if i can find it. i have some smaller embossing folders (cuttlebug) and i want to emboss on a full page without leaving lines from the folder. help! please. thanks and happy new years to everyone.
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I know i'm asking a question that has been answered before but darn if i can find it. i have some smaller embossing folders (cuttlebug) and i want to emboss on a full page without leaving lines from the folder. help! please. thanks and happy new years to everyone.
Try reading this page in a great blog. This gal knows all things Cuttlebug, for sure:

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Any news about new CB releases yet?

Also, I just purchased some of the cut and emboss sets with the full-size embossing folder and die plate. I searched the gallery for uploads and didn't find many. Could anyone who has played with these (friends forever, birthday wishes, everyday greetings, etc.) post their pics? I am trying to decide if I need them. Impulse purchase at HL today.
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Check out this blog.
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Yes, I use them all the time. Check out the Cuttlebug FAQ to find the sandwich stack. It is listed under Wizard Spellbinders Dies. That stack works for me.
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Old 01-03-2009, 10:35 AM   #2318
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Yes, I use them all the time. Check out the Cuttlebug FAQ to find the sandwich stack. It is listed under Wizard Spellbinders Dies. That stack works for me.
Thanks for the reply! Back to Hobby Lobby! lol
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Before you go to Hobby Lobby, make sure you get a 40% off coupon! Go to hobbylobby.com

It's the only way to get your nesties at a decent price!
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All Cuttlebug stuff 30% off at HobbyLobby this week. AND your 40% off coupon for the Nesties
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