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Old 06-23-2008, 09:21 PM   #1881
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Amy - good point...padding face up a must...but FLIP the stackers...every other use flip them to the other side (with the A,B,C) on the same end together...it evens out the pressure ...Some of my alphabets are slightly warped...but that's because I use them so much!
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I just got me a cuddlebug.... 50% off with a coupon at a local craft store.

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Question about using your Cuttlebug Dies foam side up - does that also go for the Nestabilities, that you should use rough side up? Does it matter?

So far, I've always used rough side up, then place the cardstock on top, but in actual fact, I think it'll be easier for me to place and cut rough side down over the cs and image, because I can central the die cut within the stamped image and place on the Cuttlebug.

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Old 06-24-2008, 04:28 AM   #1884
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Don't all these die cut companies say "foam side up" or the open cutting side up if they don't have foam like Sizzlex...I do all my die cuts (cut side up with paper on top of it)...
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I was wondering how Nestabilities compare to the Quik Kutz? I saw the Quik Kutz at my local Hobby Lobby in the same shapes and sizes of the circles, ovals, and scallops that everyone is using. Since HL has 40% off coupons often, I was hoping to pick them up there and not have to wait to order the Nestabilities on-line. Just wanted to know how they compare before I buy them!

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Fiskars embossing plates. I just ran my fiskars plates through the bug using a silicon baking mat cut to size ( A, fiskars, card, silicon, B and a couple of pieces of paper shim), and it worked. The embossing is as deep as the bug folders because the Fiskar plates are shallower but all of the detail came out and it was a lot easier that doing it by hand. Decided to try the silicon as I couldn't get the gasket material here in Australia.
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What do you pay for the fiskars ones and is there quite an assortment to choose from? Thanks so much for helping, I also do not have a silicon pan but if you look on store sites that sell cuttlebug stuff they sell polymer(sp) sheets. I wonder if that is what they are for?? Thanks snooz
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Fiskars embossing plates. I just ran my fiskars plates through the bug using a silicon baking mat cut to size ( A, fiskars, card, silicon, B and a couple of pieces of paper shim), and it worked. The embossing is as deep as the bug folders because the Fiskar plates are shallower but all of the detail came out and it was a lot easier that doing it by hand. Decided to try the silicon as I couldn't get the gasket material here in Australia.
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snooz, I bought my fiskars quite a while ago and the price in Australia would be different to your prices. I don't know what the polymer sheets are for. I got my silicon baking sheet in a discount store for $5 and I will get 2 full sized sheets out of it plus some smaller ones to do part embossing
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hey gals, I got this idea for using the cuttlebug swiss dots folder today. Here's a card I made with it! Hope it inspires you!
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The strawberry is a great idea, thanks for showing us.
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For those in Utah, you can use Roberts 40-50% off coupons for the Cuttlebug. I purchased mine for 50% off. YAY! and I LOVE it!
WTG girlfriend.. I know this is an old post but I just recently did the same thing. Got 50% off my cuttlebug.

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Very cute card and great idea. Thanks for the tip.
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Not sure if it's already been done before, but after looking at jenmac820's card of the strawberry using the Swiss Dots folder, I thought you could do the same on white card cut out into a small circle, and emboss... Perfect golf ball if you flip the card over to show the indentations

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Good suggestion, babybluegirl. If you embossed a larger sheet of white cs, you could punch out circles (golf balls) so that you would have several & possibly in different sizes. Just an idea.
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Not sure if it's already been done before, but after looking at jenmac820's card of the strawberry using the Swiss Dots folder, I thought you could do the same on white card cut out into a small circle, and emboss... Perfect golf ball if you flip the card over to show the indentations babybluegirl
Here is one I did a while back with a different CB folder:

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Here is one I did a while back with a different CB folder:

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Very cute! tfs this opens a lot of possibilites
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Good suggestion, babybluegirl. If you embossed a larger sheet of white cs, you could punch out circles (golf balls) so that you would have several & possibly in different sizes. Just an idea.
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Question Will the QuicKutz Cookie Cutter™ - Nesting Flowers work in the CB?
Is it the same stack as the Quick kutz?
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Yup, the Quickutz Nesting flowers will work in the Bug with the same stack as other QK dies.
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Thank you! I saw them at hobby lobby and liked them.
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here's a tough one for ya'll, does anyone know how and if you can use the new long 12" dies by quickutz inhte cuttlebug, or even the long sizzix ones? Is there a cutting mat that would work in the bug, maybe the sizzix one? From what I understand with the bug, as long as you got the right thickness, you can cut with any die. so what are your thoughts? I really want to try the new quickutz ones!
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I bought the sizzix long pads and some of their extended dies.
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here's a tough one for ya'll, does anyone know how and if you can use the new long 12" dies by quickutz inhte cuttlebug, or even the long sizzix ones? Is there a cutting mat that would work in the bug, maybe the sizzix one? From what I understand with the bug, as long as you got the right thickness, you can cut with any die. so what are your thoughts? I really want to try the new quickutz ones!
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Here's the direct link to the video for using the long QK Rev dies in the Cuttlebug:

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This is my first post and I hope I am doing this correctly. I have been looking at the Sizzix Big Shot because of the size, but I am a little worried about the negative feedback I have been reading on different sites. The cuttlebug sounds like it is a better made product. I have picked up a few Bigz dies (from great sales) and want to use them, but I am concerned they will not work in the cuttlebug. I currently have the original Sizzix machine, and a sidekick, I have 8 alphbets and I do not know how many other dies. I love my Sizzix, but have been alittle upset with the rate of discontinuing products, and the elimination of storage systems.
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I have the big shot and if anything happened to it I would get another one. The reason is that it is better built than the cuttle bug and it can take anything you can give it. I have had no problems with it. the cutting plates seem to last much longer than the cuttle bug ones. I have not had any break on me and I can run any material or any dies through it without any problems. I have not heard any complains about it on any board I have been on. This is just my 2¢ worth hth
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The Big Shot is a heavier -duty machine than the Cuttlebug. But yes, the Bigz dies will fit in a Bug.
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I am new to Splitcoaststampers community. I am very excited to be part of it.

I own cuttlebug and very happy with it. I got sizzix texture plates for my birthday. Assuming( my mistake) it will work with cuttlebug, I opened it. So far my all trials fail. Can anyone please help me?

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I am new to Splitcoaststampers community. I am very excited to be part of it.

I own cuttlebug and very happy with it. I got sizzix texture plates for my birthday. Assuming( my mistake) it will work with cuttlebug, I opened it. So far my all trials fail. Can anyone please help me?

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They will work. Look at this post for the sandwiches. I know the Sizzix texture plates work because I've done it. I can't remember the exact stack I used but refer to recommended sandwich list and start from there. (Sorry - I'm at work now so I can't look up my notes.)
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Thanks Billie Dee

I will take a look at the url. Also when you get a chance to see your notes, please let me know how did you do it.

You have been a great help.

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Isnt that the best website???? She has so much to offer.
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I will take a look at the url. Also when you get a chance to see your notes, please let me know how did you do it.

You have been a great help.

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I forgot to respond last night! So sorry. My notes say - follow the sandwich suggestion. I do suggest spritzing the paper with some water first. It seems to grab the impression better.
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My turn for a question: I just got my new nestabilities. They cut wonderfully! But ... I don't have the wizard tan mat (yet). I tried 1 plumber flange and the embossing was too light. I tried 2 plumber flanges and ... it cut through. Any suggestions? I'll write down all my trials later tonite or tomorrow. I could use more cardstock, those foam things, ... just no "official tan mat".

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does anyone know if there is a way to use the new 12" quickutz dies in the cuttlebug, like I would need longer plates. Maybe I could used another brand plates like sizzix since CB doesn't make long ones? has anyone tried it yet?
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You could try taping 2 Cuttlebug plates together... Have not tried but it should work..
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