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Old 05-20-2013, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default Flattenning the small poptops

Has anyone had any success flattening the small pop tops so they look like the large ones when flat. Or cant it be done? I have tried a few different ways with no success.
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Old 05-21-2013, 06:49 AM   #2
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I have done the ones that SU had in their poptop set in my big shot. They worked fine! I love soda tops!!!!!
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I have done the ones that SU had in their poptop set in my big shot. They worked fine! I love soda tops!!!!!
You did the smaller ones? I only have a cuttlebug. I can do the bigger ones fine but cannot figure out a sandwich for the smaller ones.
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Sheri, I am having the same experience as you. They don't seem to flatten as nicely as the large ones. Ive tried them on their own and with a few clustered together too. I think adding a shim may be the trick or just try a rolling pin.
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Same problem here.......mine got too flat and somewhat distorted. I gave up after ruining 4 and trying several different sandwiches, so I am using them in the original shape. I have a Big Shot and it's fine on the large ones.
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I guess I will have to keep the small ones as is also. I really like the look of the large ones flattened and was hoping to do it with the small ones.
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