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moheron 10-30-2008 04:28 AM

Nestabilities
 
Hi,

I have a quick question. My friends gave me two sets of Nestabilities for my birthday. I've been trying to figure out what I need to use them with my Cuttlebug. Would one of you wonderful people out there please help me?

tia,
Maureen

tdodd00 10-30-2008 04:48 AM

This thread is at the top of the this forum, it will probably tell you everything you need to know!

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...d.php?t=216731

wanda50 10-30-2008 04:50 AM

Nestie and Cuttlebug
 
I just started using my Nesties in my Cuttlebug and the sandwich that works best for me is the following:
To Cut- Use Plate A on the bottom then plate B on top, then Cardstock, then nestie with cutting side down, then C plate on top.

To Emboss- Use Plate A on the bottom then place 3 pieces of cardstock on top of A plate or the chipboard from the back of a pack of paper cut to the size of the A plate, then plate B, then place the nestie with the paper in it on top of B plate, then Tan rubber mat from spellbinders or you can use red rubber gasket from Lowes or Home Depot, then top it off with other plate B. This works for me like a charm.

Some advice from me would be to get an extra set of B plates to always have on hand. I have also found that an extra A plate is nice to have if you are somewhere that does not have a table with a nice smooth finish for the cuttlebug to adhere to, you can use the A plate and it works beautifully.

Check out the www.youtube.come website and in the video section type in Cuttlebug. They have some great videos on its use with Nesties...

Have fun with the nesties you will be enabled for life!!!:)

moheron 10-30-2008 05:28 AM

Thank you so much! I'm off to home depot.

Maureen


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