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Old 08-07-2012, 04:53 AM   #3921
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I just noticed online that Fiskars has a new machine for die cuts. Has anyone tried their dies in a Cuttlebug?
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No but I'd like to see what die cut shapes etc they come up with
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Does anyone know if there's an embossing folder that makes waves? Wouldn't that look great on a nautical card?
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I have the older ones by Fiskars; they are blue. They do have a wave one. I have used it with my cuttlebug without any problem. You do have to add extra chipboard as a shim.
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Does anyone else have issues with their Cuttlebug not cutting very intricate dies correctly? I purchased the Fleur de Lis squares this weekend and tried several times to cut it out using different weight cardstock, and although it cuts the exterior of the box, the interior portion doesn't cut all of the way through. I even tried adding a shim, and running the die through several times, gut it still doesn't work. The same thing happened with a dress frame form from La-La Lands crafts.

I don't have any problem cutting simple dies such as circles, squares, ovals, etc., it's just the intricate ones. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Please try using a shim and running through Cuttlebug a few times. Here is a link to our Youtube video with some tips on cutting our dies - La-La Land Crafts TV {New product - DIES!} - YouTube. Hope this helps.

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Does the SU Tasteful Trim Bigz XL work in the Cuddlebug if you use the extended plates?
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Does anyone know if you can use the Tim Holtz embossing diffusers in the Cuddlebug?

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Yes, but remember to eliminate one of the 'B' plates. I think the sandwich would be: C plate
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Anyone, please correct me I am wrong but this is the sandwich I use.
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Exactly! The diffuser takes the place of one of the B plates.
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I bought these at the weekend, and was going to try playing about with sandwiches later, so thanks for the one you've posted, I will be trying that one first.
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I used the Holiday Frame Textured Impression folder last night (the one in the holiday mini) with Vanilla cardstock in the Cuttlebug. I got little creases around the edges of the impression. I tried it with other colored stock which is a bit heavier and did not get the creases. Has this happened to anyone and if so, is it because the Vanilla cardstock is a bit thinner?
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I used the Holiday Frame Textured Impression folder last night (the one in the holiday mini) with Vanilla cardstock in the Cuttlebug. I got little creases around the edges of the impression. I tried it with other colored stock which is a bit heavier and did not get the creases. Has this happened to anyone and if so, is it because the Vanilla cardstock is a bit thinner?
Yes, that is part of it. The size of the fiber makes a difference too. you can always play with the sandwich and make it just a bit thinner to rectify the problem.
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I have the older ones by Fiskars; they are blue. They do have a wave one. I have used it with my cuttlebug without any problem. You do have to add extra chipboard as a shim.
I have those plates too but don't need a shim. I do spritz the paper with water to get a crisper impression though. I do this with all of the texture plates from all of the companies. The Fiskar set of plates also contains a raindrop and scale (as in fish scales) plate. I purchased mine about 2 years ago and used a half off coupon so it was a great deal!
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I have the orginal Cuttlebug and I have used it till I am having to shim a lot when cutting out Cherry Lynn dies. I am thinking about getting a Cuttlebug V2. I have noticed that the feed plate is a lot shorter than the orginal, also the handle is thinner. I have some shoulder issues when I have to do some serious cranking the handle. Has anyone purchaced the CBV2 and do you like it. I would be interested in the pros and cons of it. Thanks for your feed back. Joan
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I have the orginal Cuttlebug and I have used it till I am having to shim a lot when cutting out Cherry Lynn dies. I am thinking about getting a Cuttlebug V2. I have noticed that the feed plate is a lot shorter than the orginal, also the handle is thinner. I have some shoulder issues when I have to do some serious cranking the handle. Has anyone purchaced the CBV2 and do you like it. I would be interested in the pros and cons of it. Thanks for your feed back. Joan
I too have shoulder problems, 2 surgeries and Fibromyalgia. I have a Cuttlebug V2 and love it. I haven't had any problems so far, it just takes a little getting used to with the handle folding in and out. Hope this helps.
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Thanks Ilvcards for your input, do you have any problems using the dies with the intricate designs, as they some times take a lot of shimes or the cb metal plate. I have a problem with my CB turning the handle and getting it to go through. I am interested in all feedback, please.
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I use it for my Nesties and some of them are pretty intricate. So far no problems.
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Thanks for the info, the ones I have the most problems with are the Cheery Lynn dies, I do have the metal plate that helps a lot. I love my CB and am addicted to all the pretty things that are coming out. I have a couple of metal folding doors to a walk-in closet and that is where I have my spellbinders I use magnetic tape that they hang on. The are very handy that way. Thanks again for you help. Joan
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What is the CB metal plate and how do you use it for the inticate dies? Is it magnetic? Also, IS there a hard, magnetic metal plate out there? Where do I get these?
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Hi all! So... I have the old cuttlebug. I got some some new embossing folders for christmas (love crafty supply surprises from the DH!!!) but one of them he ordered is this one:

Amazon.com: Cuttlebug All-In-One Embossing Plates, Cupcake Celebration: Arts, Crafts & Sewing

the new "all-in-one" type. Hmmm, I have no idea if my old cuttlebug can use this folder? It is wide enough? And won't the pegs leave marks in the paper? I must be missing something... ????
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Hi all! So... I have the old cuttlebug. I got some some new embossing folders for christmas (love crafty supply surprises from the DH!!!) but one of them he ordered is this one:

Amazon.com: Cuttlebug All-In-One Embossing Plates, Cupcake Celebration: Arts, Crafts & Sewing

the new "all-in-one" type. Hmmm, I have no idea if my old cuttlebug can use this folder? It is wide enough? And won't the pegs leave marks in the paper? I must be missing something... ????
It will work but you need this: Amazon.com: Cuttlebug All-In-One 6-Inch by 9-Inch Folder: Arts, Crafts & Sewing to use it.
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a-ha! Well that totally makes sense. Thanks !!!

Wonder if Michaels/Joanns/Hobby Lobby carry it??? 40% off would be nice...
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a-ha! Well that totally makes sense. Thanks !!!

Wonder if Michaels/Joanns/Hobby Lobby carry it??? 40% off would be nice...
I have seen it a Joann.
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Has anyone had success using the Stampin up hearts a flutter framelits in a Cuttlebug? What sandiwich are you using? TIA
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Hi dlandau I have not used the Hearts a Flutter ones but have used other SU Framelits in my CB. The sandwich that I use is...bottom to top...

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Some people switch them around so that the die is on the B plate (cut side UP) and then paper and then C plate but since my B plates are all already messed up from cutting, this one keeps my C plate prettier Plus if you are framing around an image that is stamped, for me, it's easier to line it up with the Framelit on top rather than on the bottom
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wondering if anyone has a solution -- i recently bought the square - flip-its, sizzix die - using it in my cuttlebug. i'm having a hard time - it doesn't matter what kind of cardstock, or how heavy - i put in, the scored lines are scored so deeply they are cut, or break apart when i fold it - not always, but sometimes. any suggestions???
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wondering if anyone has a solution -- i recently bought the square - flip-its, sizzix die - using it in my cuttlebug. i'm having a hard time - it doesn't matter what kind of cardstock, or how heavy - i put in, the scored lines are scored so deeply they are cut, or break apart when i fold it - not always, but sometimes. any suggestions???
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wondering if anyone has a solution -- i recently bought the square - flip-its, sizzix die - using it in my cuttlebug. i'm having a hard time - it doesn't matter what kind of cardstock, or how heavy - i put in, the scored lines are scored so deeply they are cut, or break apart when i fold it - not always, but sometimes. any suggestions???
Use the crease pad for the top plate: Sizzix.com - Sizzix Accessory - Premium Crease Pad, Extended
You have to trim about 1/8" off for it to fit in the CB.

Here's Stephanie's video where she talks about it: Stamping Tip with Stephanie from The {Stamps} of Life: Flip-It dies, Crease Pad, Movers and Shapers - YouTube
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You have to trim about 1/8" off for it to fit in the CB.

Here's Stephanie's video where she talks about it: Stamping Tip with Stephanie from The {Stamps} of Life: Flip-It dies, Crease Pad, Movers and Shapers - YouTube

WOOHOO, thanks -- i'll check that out! that was quick
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Just wondering if Cuttlebug has came out with anything new? I don't much about it anymore.
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That was a great video, but the flip-it die looked too wide for a cudddlebug, judging by how much if filled the big shot. Has cuddlebug gotten wider?
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That was a great video, but the flip-it die looked too wide for a cudddlebug, judging by how much if filled the big shot. Has cuddlebug gotten wider?
I use the flip-it dies in my Cuttlebug (version 1) The opening of the BS is only about a 1/2" wider than the CB.
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