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Old 09-26-2007, 12:01 PM   #1
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Default Nestiblities and the Sizzix

Just FYI girls...I finally received my Sizzix adaptors (I am referrring to the old Sizzix machine in this post!) and I already had the Sizzix Converter...anyway...I followed the directions on Ellens blog for the Sizzix and it worked like a charm. I also used the Wizard Charm kit for the dry embossing step... but I absolutely love the results much better than the cuttlebug, and so much easier to manouver. Anyway, thought you would like to know!
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I must warn you, now that you have the Nestabilities Dies and are enjoying them som much. You may become addicted to their other dies.

Yes, I myself am addicted to Spellbinder's Dies. I hope you have fun playing too.
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could you please send a link to Ellen's blog, I need some help, I have the Big Kick will these dies work with my unit?
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could you please send a link to Ellen's blog, I need some help, I have the Big Kick will these dies work with my unit?
Here are the sandwich combination for using Spellbinders Style Dies in your Big Kick.

Big Kick

(cutting stack)
1) White platform with two 'pages' (comes with
machine)
2) clear acrylic mat
3) Spellbinder die, cut side up
4) paper/cardstock
5) Clear acrylic mat

(embossing stack)
1) White platform with two 'pages'
2) clear acrylic mat
3) Spellbinder die with cut paper/cardstock in the die
4) Tan polymer pad from Spellbinders
5) Clear acyrlic mat


I hope this helps your creativitiy soar.
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