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yep, def need a glass mat, but, it doesnt have to be the Slice brand mat. i have the 6x6 that came with the machine, but then i bought a 9x12 mat from Ek Success, and it works great. i bought this one because i could use a coupon on it and it only ran me like about $8 compared to the slice one for $20! because, no coupons on slice stuff ;(
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Where do you find repositionable glue spray. I have tried JoAnn, Mike's, and Walmart, and all they have is permanent.
I found the Krylon brand at Michael's, in the section of general adhesives (not in the paper crafting aisles)
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I took the plunge and bought myself a Christmas present! And I was up late so guess where I bought my Slice?......yep, the infomercial! I know I paid more but I will get everything I need to start with except for the other carts. I can't wait to get it and thanks for all the great info you all have up here which helped me decide.
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Why did I open this thread? And why did I read every page?

I just bought the Sizzix Texture Boutique last week. I don't need another "tool". Maybe if I say it enough, I will believe it?

I gave my DH a strict $100 budget for my Christmas gift, so I guess I just need to start saving my pennies to get this baby myself!

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Well ladies, just checking back in on my Mistletoe. It will have to go back to MM because it won't cut anything larger than 2". Anything, 2" or smaller it cuts perfectly. Anything larger, it is all over the place. Good thing my Christmas cards are done. So on Monday, I am calling them and sending it back to them for a new one. Just to be sure, I am going to cut a 4" something out of one of my other cards then I'll know whether it's the machine or the card for sure. But the wreath, 2.5 inches wouldn't cut at all, had cuts all over the place and the 2" cut perfectly even after homing the blade several times.
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thanks for the tip Pollybear! i also use Elmers 2 way spray adhesive.

Terri, thats a bummer for sure. i hope they get a new one back to you qucikly. how strange for it to do that.
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Welcome Sheysd1 and vintage chick.

Sheysd1, you got an awesome package deal! if i hadnt already had mine, i would have jumped at that too. you simply must tell us how the drawing tips do, as they arent on the market yet, lucky duck you!!!

vintagechick, i have a cuttlebug, but am so tempted to get the textrue boutique, just cause its so darn cute LOL. and hey, i'm gonna tempt you even more to get a slice, BECAUSEEEEEEEEEEEEEE..............after you cut a shape you can run it through the boutique and emboss it!!! thats what i do with my bug. in fact, i just dusted her off the other day for a project!
i know, the slice can emboss too, but this way you can do assembly type work, cut cut cut, emboss boss boss!!! KWIM????

anyways glad to see all the great tips and support coming through here, and of course all the enabling ha ha
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I am so thrilled with this machine. I tried PTI cardstock in this machine and it cut it easily! Cricut just tore it to shreds.
Hey! I'm so glad to hear that...did you have to tighten the blade and then loosent it a bit?
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Hey, ya'all! I haven't gone thru the thread to see if this has already been suggested, but, if you put "Slice" in the keywords of your uploads and then we can search for and find each other's Slice creations!

I played with my Mistletoe Design Card last night!

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Hey, ya'all! I haven't gone thru the thread to see if this has already been suggested, but, if you put "Slice" in the keywords of your uploads and then we can search for and find each other's Slice creations!

I played with my Mistletoe Design Card last night!

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I'm having probs with the embossing tips. I went through all the Settings on the card and made sure they were set properly, and am still not getting any embossing. Any suggestions?
Use the blade tool and adjust the blade down some and see if that makes a difference. Maybe 1/4 turn.
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Well, hmmm.....I don't know what to do about the Mistletoe card. I cut a 4" deer this morning and it worked fine. I also cut a 4" snowflake so it seems like it is only some of the designs that are a problem. I also cut a 4" design from FA LA LA and it cuts beautifully so it is the card. I'm thinking that I'm going to keep the card and not have the hassle of sending it back and just try my luck with the designs on the card. I didn't use my stampin up cardstock, lol, so if I waste some, not really a problem for me.
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Anyone know where I can get vintage findings at a good price? 50.00 is too much for the card.
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I'm having probs with the embossing tips. I went through all the Settings on the card and made sure they were set properly, and am still not getting any embossing. Any suggestions?
I don't think the embossing tips leave a really deep emboss anyway but you should be able to see it. As someone already suggested, I would play with the adjustment.

Some of the cartridges do have known issues with cutting certain shapes in certain sizes. I would recommend giving MM a call to let them know which ones you are having issues with. A long time ago they said they would provide downloaded corrections to some of those issues but I've never seen them. An exchange of the cartridge (maybe after you're done making Xmas designs) might be warranted.
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scrapbookpal has the MS+ cards for 39.99 and the others for 29.99, and free shipping on orders over 25! they ship really fast too.
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You're using the embossing pad underneath, right?

As for centering your cuts, you have to create a template. Using scratch paper, cut the design you want. Trace around the left corner of your slice machine on your paper. Cut around that pattern so that on your notecard, you can place the mask where you want your cut to be. Line your machine so that the left corner matches the mask and try cutting.
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Well, I'll have to pull mine out and play with it a bit to see if I have any different results.
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I have readjusted the blade, reglued the glass mat, changed cs/paper and still do not get good cuts. Does anyone else have any suggestions?
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I have readjusted the blade, reglued the glass mat, changed cs/paper and still do not get good cuts. Does anyone else have any suggestions?
try a new blade?
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Will it cut anything besides paper, like acetate or fabric?
Yes, it will cut lighter weight acetates, including Makign Memories acetate scrapbook sheets, but not thicker, heavy stuff like .007 craft plastic

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Did you know the Slice was designed to cut through more than just paper? This sweet machine really is a full-featured Design tool, ready to create shapes and fonts in a variety of media. Beyond the obvious regular paper and cardstock, the Slice also works with other media such as foam paper, vinyl, textured paper, metallic paper, acetate, vellum, photos, and yes - even fabric with a fusible web backing!

Check out one clever way - with many possiblities - to make great gifts with Slice-cut fabric in the project below!

Wendy Bretz, who is almost done creating all of her Christmas presents (showoff!) - has been creating these sweet tea towels to accompany homemade food baskets for her friends. We asked her to share her steps for re-creating these and other fabric projects using the Slice:

Choose your fabric. A thinner cotton works better than more silk-like fabrics. You want something that a blade can slice through, such as quilting fabric.
  • Adhere one side of fabric to Fusible Web. Keep the backing on after you have fused one side to your fabric. I usually cut the fabric with Fusible Web down to 12" x 12" to make it more manageable.
  • Use the fabric square with your Slice like you would a regular sheet of paper. Spread your glue on to the glass cutting board. Place the fabric with adhesive on to it and cut.
  • If it isn't cutting all the way through, it's possible that you have a dull blade, that the blade is screwed in too tight or that your fabric is too thick.
  • Remove the backing and iron on to your material!
So think beyond tea towels! This project could work just as easily on t-shirts, stockings, jeans, hanging art - you name it. And there's still plenty of time to make loads of beautiful holiday treasures for your friends and family. Happy Crafting!
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Well I couldn't resist any longer and ordered the pink Slice! I love pink so I had to get that one! I also ordered Noteworthy with it and hope to see a good sale on design cards soon to get more. I hope Michael's puts them on sale again for 50%! (Fingers Crossed):.
Thanks to everyone who contributes to this thread. The information is so helpful to newbies like me!
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Okay, I pulled my embossing tips out. I remove the blade unit (not just the orange blade but even the lime piece it inserts into). I inserted the finest embossing tip. I set the Slice on the far left corner of my double-sided patterned paper (American Crafts with solid brown on one side). I embossed a 2.5" gingerbread man, then removed the embossing tip unit, replaced the cutting blade & unit, repositioned my pp on the glass mat back in the left hand corner, used the shadow cut and had no problems. I sanded the top of the embossed image and now have a very cute gingerbread man. I'll take a pic and post it tomorrow so you can see what it looks like.
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I tried it with the cut and it worked great. I actually even forgot about the 'emboss' setting. I'll have to try it with that to see what results I get.
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Alright. For those of you dying to see what the embossing tips do, I posted a little tutorial on my blog today. This is just for you!!
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Working great again with the new blade.
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I went back and checked my Slice settings and it was already on 'draw/emboss' so that must be the setting I used, not cut. Sorry for the bad info!!
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It sounds like the cutting unit is not popping out all the way. When you place it on the mat to emboss, try barely holding it off the page when you first hit that button that starts the movement. Quickly set it down and see if that makes a difference. I have to do that sometimes when my blade doesn't drop when I'm cutting.

I'm asking for a little Flip-type video camera for Xmas so I can make these tutorials a little easier.
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What cartridges have the emboss/cut setting?? The ones with the MS on the front??
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You can use all the cartridges to emboss but you won't be able to cut the shadow without the MS+ cartridges.
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I home my blade every time I change my cartridge. It just takes a second to do.

Yes, I have the cute little bag. It's wonderful! I do not have the tool kit but I have the zip case for the cartridges. Inside the bag is a pocket that holds miscellaneous items (I have my spatula and extra blades in there) as well as room for your Slice and power cord. I keep my small cutting mat and embossing mat in the other outside pocket since I don't have the tool kit. I bought this bag primarily because it made it easier to take my Slice to the classes I teach but I love it because it keeps everything together.
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Join the party, Joan!! You know you want to hang out with us cool Slice chicks!! I was so excited to see you show up here!
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ENABLING!!!!

scrap-mart.com has great prices on all the cards, even have some pre-orders, AND FREE shipping on all slice cards

also here's a code to get 40% off one item. it takes it off the LIST price, not scrapmarts price. enter the code into the COMMENTS BOX towards the end of the order.
they will charge full price, then refund the difference. kinda weird how they do it but hey, i got STudio Essentials for 23.99!!!!

code: Gingerbread.

you must also say which item to take it off of if you order more than one.
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i also saw the last half of the infomercial this mornign. it was on at 7 am, on the tv guide channel of all channels to be on ha ha. i have time warner, so it was channel 3 here on the east coast.
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heres a link to how to use scrap-mart.com coupons.

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remember this months word is Gingerbread
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How am I supposed to stand up to this kind of torture and temptation and not buy one of these? You guys are goooooood.

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