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Old 12-04-2011, 06:53 PM   #3761
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My original CB is still going fine and I've only bought one new set of B plates in 4 years
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Yes, I still have my original Bug and have never seen the need for anything flasher. It seems to cut anything that I want to cut. I have lost track of the number of B plates I have had though. I get them cut for me at an acrylic factory so they aren't expensive that way.
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I just bought some movers and shapers dies, but i didn't realize
i needed to buy anything special to use them. Is there a way to use
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What plates do I need to run the Tim Holtz rosette die through my Cuttlebug? Im thinking of buying this die but want to know what else I'm going to need before I purchase. I've tried doing a search but can't seem to find the info.
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What plates do I need to run the Tim Holtz rosette die through my Cuttlebug? Im thinking of buying this die but want to know what else I'm going to need before I purchase. I've tried doing a search but can't seem to find the info.
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You need the extended length plates to cut this easily.

The sandwich is A-B-paper-die-B but the die is longer than the standard plates. You can try taping the paper to the die and passing it through twice with the standard plates but I never had much luck with that.

Joann.com frequently has the extended plates 40% off and if you have a free shipping coupon at the same time it is pretty reasonable!

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You need the extended length plates to cut this easily.

The sandwich is A-B-paper-die-B but the die is longer than the standard plates. You can try taping the paper to the die and passing it through twice with the standard plates but I never had much luck with that.

Joann.com frequently has the extended plates 40% off and if you have a free shipping coupon at the same time it is pretty reasonable!

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Thank you! I have a Michaels near by so I will check there.
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I just purchased the rosette die, then when I realised how much the extended plates would cost me (nearly 75.00!), about $117, I wished I hadn't bothered! So I had a go using the standard plates, and I found it was really easy. All I did was add a little bit of low tack tape at one end, then fed it through in the sandwich,brought the sandwich back to the front, pushed the die to just about where the impression had finished, then rolled it through again. The only time I had any issues was when some types of paper seemed to have a bit of static cling to the top plate- careful removal solved this. Hope this helps- I don't know how expensive the plates are over there, but over here they are exorbitant!
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I solved this type of problem by going to an acrylic factory and getting long plates cut to size, quarter of the price of buying the "brand" named ones and they work really well.
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I was lucky....... I hit a great sale, and for the price of a set of the three different long plates here, A, B & C, I also got the newer Cuttlebug! It was all for about $85. So now I have a backup machine just in case.
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I just purchased the rosette die, then when I realised how much the extended plates would cost me (nearly 75.00!), about $117, I wished I hadn't bothered! So I had a go using the standard plates, and I found it was really easy. All I did was add a little bit of low tack tape at one end, then fed it through in the sandwich,brought the sandwich back to the front, pushed the die to just about where the impression had finished, then rolled it through again. The only time I had any issues was when some types of paper seemed to have a bit of static cling to the top plate- careful removal solved this. Hope this helps- I don't know how expensive the plates are over there, but over here they are exorbitant!
Im not sure how much the plates cost here I haven't really looked yet I'm in Canada. I will be going to Michaels tomorrow, I think there is a 50% coupon out this week. But I may have to try your way if I can't find the plates. Thanks for the help!
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What plates do I need to run the Tim Holtz rosette die through my Cuttlebug? Im thinking of buying this die but want to know what else I'm going to need before I purchase. I've tried doing a search but can't seem to find the info.
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I love my MFT rosette die (die-namics) it was designed to cut two six inch pieces (no extenders), then you glue or tape the two sections together. I use a bit of Scor Tape. Perfect every time.
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Are any of our paper crafters also into sewing? Wouldn't it be great if we had a stylish bag to hold our Cuttlebug and some tools as well. Perhaps even a cute cover?
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Are any of our paper crafters also into sewing? Wouldn't it be great if we had a stylish bag to hold our Cuttlebug and some tools as well. Perhaps even a cute cover?
Check out Kathy's Cozies. She made my Cricut and Cuttlebug covers. She does beautiful work and is very reasonable.
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I dont want the clear pages where you just slip them into the pockets. I was hoping for a cute container to store them.
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5 x 7s keep well in the stacking things by Snapware. These units have 4 stacking compartments about 2" high by 9" long compartments. Each snaps onto the next with the final one a colored top with a great carrying handle. I bought my 1st one at Lowes and the rest at JoAnns.
I have one 4 compartment set for embossing folders, one for specialty papers and small sized pads, another for ephemera, stickers, tags and so on.
They are absolutely the best solution to having those "everything small" in one place- where I can find it. With a craft room like I have I need all the help I can get!
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After reading this thread for a a couple of weeks, I decided to purchase a Cuttlebug and I received it a few days ago. OMG! I love it. I only have a few embossing folders but my cards are awesome even if I say so myself LOL.

I have the original Wizard purchased it 5 years ago & hate, hate, hate it. What a waste of money for me. I found it so difficult to roll my items through the machine I tried & tired but my arm was killing me. It became a dust collector. I know many people love their wizards, not me. I like many of the dies but not the machine.

I was hesitant to get the CB afraid I'd have the same problem but no, it is sooooooo easy to use.

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The Cuttlebug is the first embossing machine I bought a few years back, and never regretted my purchase! Best investment I made, and boy have I got my money out of it for sure..... I have since bought the Vagabond for heavier Sizzix dies, but that "bug" gets used the most and is so easy. You'll be glad you got it, enjoy your purchase......
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For those of you that have cut your own acrylic pads for the CB can you tell me where you get the acrylic from??? I see some people have obtained it from the acrylic factory but if there isn't one of those nearby is there anywhere else you can get it from?? Thanks in advance for any help.
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Sorry but I have another question about the acrylic sheets - what thickness do you need to buy for each plate i.e. the A plate etc.
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I just took my original plates in to an acrylic factory and they just cut me new ones the same but only longer when I was wanting the extended plates.
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I'm thinking about buying some Memory Box dies but have heard that they don't work good in the Cuttlebug...........Any suggestions on this? And also, if you use them in the CB, what sandwich do you use?
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I asked something similar when I had a problem cutting with MFT Dienamics. It was suggested to buy the Cheery Lynn Metal Adaptor plate. I'm not familiar with how to just post a link so I copied where I started a new thread. Cuttlebug and MFT Dienamics
Hope this helps....
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Hi, I just watched a you tube video, Memory Box Die Cut Product Review by laurelscrafts. Yes, Memory Box dies cut well in the Cuttlebug.
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Thanks so much! I'm off to order a couple.
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I'm with you caterinafmig! I love my little Cuttlebug. I love that it is portable, and compact.
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Anybody having success cutting intricate Memory Craft Dies in Cuttlebug? I am using 110 lb GP card stock (Walmart)..anything heavier just won't cut...but still, I am having trouble getting all of the die to cut....Using A + B + Spellbinders Magnetic Mat+ B + layers of shim....just paper ones.....
My B plates are a bit warped..so maybe that is the problem...have turned them over though and still cannot get the details.....
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The only thing I can think of to help is trying to turn your die clock or counter clock wise each time you run it thru. Try this a couple of times. The warped plates might be at fault also. I noticed today I was having the same problem with my B plate. Use that one more.
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The only thing I can think of to help is trying to turn your die clock or counter clock wise each time you run it thru. Try this a couple of times. The warped plates might be at fault also. I noticed today I was having the same problem with my B plate. Use that one more.
Thanks Phyllis...I'll give that a try! MJ
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Anybody having success cutting intricate Memory Craft Dies in Cuttlebug? I am using 110 lb GP card stock (Walmart)..anything heavier just won't cut...but still, I am having trouble getting all of the die to cut....Using A + B + Spellbinders Magnetic Mat+ B + layers of shim....just paper ones.....
My B plates are a bit warped..so maybe that is the problem...have turned them over though and still cannot get the details.....
I saw a video done by someone from either Poppy Stamps or Memory Box that said to add several layers of scotch tape (they probably put 7 or 8 pieces on in the video) over the area that won't cut then run it through your machine. The video said that you can leave the tape on the die so you don't have to redo it every time that you use it. I haven't tried it personally so I can't say for sure that it works, but it made sense to me. I'll go hunt for the video and if I can find the link, I'll post it.

Guess I should specify that the tape went on the back side of the die (not the cutting side)...forgot to mention that when I posted my first reply.

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I just recently purchased the Whimsy Circle Memory Box die and haven't had any problems using it in the CB. I did notice that with like Walmart CS there's not any problem but with heavier CS - like SU - I have to run it back and forth a couple of times to get it to cut good. I'm using the plates, etc. as follows: A, B, Card stock, Die Facing down, 2 or 3 card stock (Walmart) shims and then C.
This seems to be working with this die so far..........

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I saw a video done by someone from either Poppy Stamps or Memory Box that said to add several layers of scotch tape (they probably put 7 or 8 pieces on in the video) over the area that won't cut then run it through your machine. The video said that you can leave the tape on the die so you don't have to redo it every time that you use it. I haven't tried it personally so I can't say for sure that it works, but it made sense to me. I'll go hunt for the video and if I can find the link, I'll post it.

Guess I should specify that the tape went on the back side of the die (not the cutting side)...forgot to mention that when I posted my first reply.

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I found the video, here is a link: MemoryBoxCo's Channel - YouTube Then click on How to Shim Intricate Memory Box Dies. Hope this helps!!
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That is wonderful news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I saw the video and think that will work!! I'll get to it asap! I've not seen that metal plate used before...don't know if we should use one with the Bug?
Thank you all for your responses...this site is fabulous for helping out when problems arise!!
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I bought a metal shim from Papertrey Ink and tried it, but I haven't found it to be very useful. I don't feel like it helps the die cut any better. Maybe others have had a better experience with it and maybe other brands work differently. That's just been my experience (I've only owned the Cuttlebug for about 6 months so I can't say that I'm any sort of expert. )

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Does anyone know if the paper doily large sizzlits die can fit in a cuttlebug?
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I read that they're 4 1/4 in diameter so yes.
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Does anyone know if the NEW Sizzex Pop n Cuts (for pop-up cards) dies will fit in the Cuttlebug? I saw the dies at the CHA 2012 show on YT. I love pop-ups. I've only had my CB about a month & still learning all the tricks & which dies can be used in the machine so, any information re Sizzex PopNCuts die is greatly appreciated.

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Does anyone know if the NEW Sizzex Pop n Cuts (for pop-up cards) dies will fit in the Cuttlebug? I saw the dies at the CHA 2012 show on YT. I love pop-ups. I've only had my CB about a month & still learning all the tricks & which dies can be used in the machine so, any information re Sizzex PopNCuts die is greatly appreciated.

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They work great in the CB. Best with extended plates.
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They work great in the CB. Best with extended plates.
Thanks for your quick response & the good news. You are an enabler, I'm already over my February crafting budget. Can't buy anything till the end of March. Hmmm, maybe by the time I can afford the dies and extended plates, both products will be on sale or I'll have a coupon lol.
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