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Old 01-10-2013, 09:08 PM   #81
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I learned something of the Silhouette blog with the free item of the week, How to ungroup items, That would have been very helpful the other day, lol. Cut so many times in the same stop I cut right through my mat
Oh no! You can put packing tape over the cut on the back side of your mat to hold the cut together and continue to use your mat.
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I haven't used the Cricut mats - but somewhere on another site I read you could use the cutting mats from the dollar stores with repositional spray adhesive. Only have used twice so far and they working. Got two mats for $1 at the Dollar Tree and have only done cutting with them not print and cuts. Hopefully will have more time this weekend to play.
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Oh no! You can put packing tape over the cut on the back side of your mat to hold the cut together and continue to use your mat.
oh I never thought of that, thanks!
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I haven't used the Cricut mats - but somewhere on another site I read you could use the cutting mats from the dollar stores with repositional spray adhesive. Only have used twice so far and they working. Got two mats for $1 at the Dollar Tree and have only done cutting with them not print and cuts. Hopefully will have more time this weekend to play.
I just used one of the $1 chopping mats too. It works great. I also have a $ Store crafting mat that is the same kind of plastic but big (18x22) that I use to cover my table. Those would also work great too.
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