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Old 02-02-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default Embosslits in Cuttlebug?

Has anyone tried this yet? What sandwich did you use? I love the flowers on p. 202 of the new catalog.

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I would also like to know how! Please.
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I would also like to know please.
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You can use your Cuttlebug. The sandwish is A, B, Sizzlet with CS inside and B.

I have also used the SU! Texture plates sucessfully in the cuttlebug.
Sandwich for this is A plate, Texture plate, CS, Tan Rubber Mat and a Gray rubber mat that is a tad thinner and firmer then B plate. I ran through in one direction and backed it through the other way for the best impression
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Thanks a lot kathy. This has given me courage to order them.

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Thank you for the info. Those embosslits look like fun!
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Are the from SU?
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They are Sizzix products but SU has some exclusive designs in the new catalog.
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SO HAPPY to know this also..thought about ordering them? but wasn't sure they'd work..now I know. Can you use the top note die?? (S-UP) in the Cuttlebug also?
Would love to hear if anyone has tried it, how it worked..and what sandwich recipe
do you use. THANKS everyone!! LOVE SCS!!!
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SO HAPPY to know this also..thought about ordering them? but wasn't sure they'd work..now I know. Can you use the top note die?? (S-UP) in the Cuttlebug also?
Would love to hear if anyone has tried it, how it worked..and what sandwich recipe
do you use. THANKS everyone!! LOVE SCS!!!
Yes, you can use the top note die in a Cuttlebug. You just use the clear plates, with the die in between (face up). I LOVE the top note and really need to stop using it so much, or all my cards are going to look the same!
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