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Old 01-25-2012, 12:11 PM   #561
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It is neither it is in between . The ridge in between the inner and outer edge is the cutting part.
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Sue Wilson is a Spellbinders demonstrator here in the UK on our dedicated craft TV channel 'Create and Craft' and she uses the outside edge of a Spellbinders die to pencil outline and cut to make a faux nestie. Sometimes the next size die up is a little too big.

Her blog is here and she often uses this technique to give quite a close mat.
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I just bought the nestabilities Lacey Ovals (S4-314). Does anyone know what ovals I need to coordinate with them? I want the oval to fit close to where the lacey part starts. KWIM? I have some ovals, but wondered if there is a better fit.
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I just bought the nestabilities Lacey Ovals (S4-314). Does anyone know what ovals I need to coordinate with them? I want the oval to fit close to where the lacey part starts. KWIM? I have some ovals, but wondered if there is a better fit.
I have the Lacey Ovals and have the Classic Ovals Lg that work with them. Although there is not a small enough oval in the Classic Ovals Lg set that will work with the smallest in the Lacey Ovals set. Probably need Classic Ovals Sm for that......of course, I guess we should purchase both...right? HTH!!
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I have the Lacey Ovals and have the Classic Ovals Lg that work with them. Although there is not a small enough oval in the Classic Ovals Lg set that will work with the smallest in the Lacey Ovals set. Probably need Classic Ovals Sm for that......of course, I guess we should purchase both...right? HTH!!
I have the classic ovals Lg set, but the only one that fits well is the largest one. I guess I will buy the classic ovals Sm if I can find them in the stores locally! I have the Petite Ovals SM but those are more narrow, not wide enough. Thanks.
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Cant wait to get in some shipments of the NEW Spellbinders>>>>they are going to be awesome!
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could I use the SU sizzix bigz XL dies with the grand calibur? what do I need to get started?
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[QUOTE=mireles4;19202059]could I use the SU sizzix bigz XL dies with the grand calibur? if so what do I need to get started.

I just read it's not compatible, but i wonder if these XL dies will fit in the old raspberry wizard with SU extended cutting pad.. I have that model currently
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Thank you everyone for the wonderful tips, guides, etc. So glad I found this thread!
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I know this has been mentioned before but I thought I'd repeat it for the newer folks. Occasionally cut a piece of wax paper between your card stock and die. It will help make your paper easier to pop out of the die.
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could I use the SU sizzix bigz XL dies with the grand calibur? if so what do I need to get started.

I just read it's not compatible, but i wonder if these XL dies will fit in the old raspberry wizard with SU extended cutting pad.. I have that model currently
The sizzix bigx xl dies will not fit in the Grand Calibur.

You can use the sizzix dies in the Raspberry Wizard. You will need the Raspberry Spacer plate - W-025. Its on the Spellbinders website under Wizard accessories.

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have you tried lightly misting the paper before using the impressabilities. Many of my customers found the same thing and when I told them to mist the paper they found the impressions much better. These impressabilities are also great for inking!!
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The sizzix bigx xl dies will not fit in the Grand Calibur.

You can use the sizzix dies in the Raspberry Wizard. You will need the Raspberry Spacer plate - W-025. Its on the Spellbinders website under Wizard accessories.

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Thank you for your reply. I do see that one but it's not long enough for the bigz XL dies
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The classic ovals are more egg shaped, and the petite have longer and narrower. The petite scalloped also have smaller scallops than the classic scallop. Not sure how they compare to SU products
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Thank you for your reply. I do see that one but it's not long enough for the bigz XL dies
You can just cut twice....KWIM? Run half of the die thru and slide the space plate over the other half then run that half thru the wizard. HTH
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You can just cut twice....KWIM? Run half of the die thru and slide the space plate over the other half then run that half thru the wizard. HTH

Oh Thank you , you've been a wonderful help!
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I didn't see a video up above for the bigshot.
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I didn't see a video up above for the bigshot.
It is there...it is actually the fifth video link provided. There are so darn many links that it's easy to miss one!
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I just bought the large scallop oval nestabilities and need to get the plain ovals to use with the scalloped dies, but I'm not sure which ones I need. Should I get the large ovals or the small ovals?
Here is a post that Sharon Harmnist did that shows the difference between the Classic and Petite Ovals. If you bought the Classic Scallops, the you will need the Classic Ovals. Hope this helps!

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whooooo hooooo playing with Spellbinders Dress Form...too cool
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I can look here for all the cool ideas.
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Has anyone tried the new Impressabilities in the Cuttlebug? I don't have a Wizard, and I'm wondering whether I'd be able to use the Impressabilities in the Cuttlebug. I'm used some Nestabilities in it without any problems.
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I am wanting to buy the Spellbinders Grand Templates: Wonderful Wings set, does anyone know if it will work in the Big Shot. I read the dimensions of the dies and none of them are too large for the Big Shot, so I don't understand why this set is listed for use with the Grand Caliber only.
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I am wanting to buy the Spellbinders Grand Templates: Wonderful Wings set, does anyone know if it will work in the Big Shot. I read the dimensions of the dies and none of them are too large for the Big Shot, so I don't understand why this set is listed for use with the Grand Caliber only.
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They will work in the Big Shot. Very cool set!!
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They will work in the Big Shot. Very cool set!!
Thanks for the quick reply. I knew someone on this thread would know.
Now off to online shop.
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Thanks for the quick reply. I knew someone on this thread would know.
Now off to online shop.
I saw that they have them on the Cut At Home website and you can use the 40% off coupon which brings the total plus shipping to around $38 for the set. Have fun shopping!!
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Last week I bought the grand caliber at Joanne's using 40% off sale and then I had a 20% discount off of that. Which made for a great price. I also picked up Grand Labels One, four, and eleven. I ordered the Wonderful Wings from Cut @ Home since I was no longer concerned about it not working in my Big Shot. I am glad to hear it will still work in my Big Shot too!
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Is there any way to get a Nesties Catalog? I am not usually a fan of a paper catalog anymore due to the fact there's internet, but I would love, love, love a Nesties Catalog.

Anyone have any ideas on how to get one? I'm dying to have one!
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Anyone have any ideas on how to get one? I'm dying to have one!
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A big thanks to Billie Dee, I just got the Spellbinders, "Splendid Circles" and it was not coming out of the die. Tried the waxed paper trick and it works like a charm. Now I have two cunning little waxed paper doily things as well, will have to come up with a use for them, too cute to throw out.
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I have just received my brand new set of Persian Accents and they do not cut right through card/paper. I have tried different GSM card thickness and used shims, but they just will not cut completely through. Compared to my other Spellbinders dies the metal and cutting edges seem thinner. Has anyone else had problems?

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I don't have Persian Accents , but I do have a couple of the new lighter colored dies. I laid the shaft of a sewing pin next to the ridges to measured the depth on the older ones and the newer ones and you are right!
The ridge is not as deep on the newer ones.

I think it is the new paint they are using. The old paint must have been thinner and left a sharper ridge. The new paint collects a bit at the base of the ridge and makes it slightly more shallow.

However, mine are cutting. I have the new Edgeabilities Classic Petal which is quite intricate. It cut in one pass with my Cuttlebug and no extra shims.

I use the A (base) --B plate--Cardstock ( Georgia Pacific) Die-- C plate and ran it through.

In my haste to try it I forgot to put wax paper between the CS and the die and spent a lot of time with a tooth pick pushing out the parts left in the die
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Thanks Barbara,
I have a Big Shot, and lots of Spellbinders Dies, including the new edgeabilities.....they all work fine, but these new dies just will not cut. I am thinking of returning them and asking the retailer for a refund
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I would return them too. I also have a lot of Spellbinder dies and I don't have any of them that don't cut.
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Ok i missed something along the Nestie way... I have a doily die with very intricate designing. I plan on trying it out tomorrow. Can someone explain the wax paper? Pretty please?

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Hi Bonnie,
The waxed paper makes it easier to remove the paper/card from the die.
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You put the wax paper between the die and the card stock that you are cutting. As the previous person said, it just makes it easier to get the card stock out of the die (some of the intricate dies are REALLY hard to remove without the wax paper). Enjoy your new dies!!
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You put the wax paper between the die and the card stock that you are cutting. As the previous person said, it just makes it easier to get the card stock out of the die (some of the intricate dies are REALLY hard to remove without the wax paper). Enjoy your new dies!!
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