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Old 02-23-2009, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default crease pad in cuttlebug

When using the large big shot dies that have 'creases', ie the bird with branch, etc, in my CUTTLEBUG, must I use the big shot crease pad or can I use the rubber mat I have for my nestabilities?
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Bumping for you - hopefully someone here knows the answer. Have you tried asking in the Cuttlebug FAQ? Someone there might know. Sorry that I'm no help!
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You'll have the best luck with the crease pad. You will have to trim 1/8" off the long edge, though, or it won't go through the CB. It's pretty easy to do that...just draw your line and then cut with scissors or a craft knife.
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