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« Blog Candy! Aug 11th - Sept 12th 2008! | Main | Blueprints - Week #3 »

August 12, 2008


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Today (February 25) I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial.

Would you let me know if that's OK?


Nancy ward

This was sooooooo helpful! Thank you so much for posting the pictures and instructions. I, too, now want every Cuttlebug embossing folder for my SU bigshot!! lol!

These are great tutorials! Thanks!

Tam - The funny thing about this post is that I actually had to go out and buy some Cuttlebug dies & embossing folders to do it. Now....I seriously have a new problem! I have now discovered an entirely new set of dies and folders that I suddenly just have to have!! I'm going to be broke in no time! LOL - Marie

Maria - What a great Idea! Thanks so much for sharing. I'm definately need to try that. Huge time saver. - Marie

Well now that is too cute and clever too.
I am trying to work with a sizzix die in my cuttle bug but don't think I am doing it right.

When I was playing with the two box dies yesterday (I shared photos on Sudsol), I also played with my Cuttlebug Embossing. I LOVE how much easier and faster it was than when I used my old red Sizzix with dampened cardstock and Darice foam sheet shims. Difference is.... that I centered the front of the precut card in the folder with the back of the card outside the folder so I wouldn't have to glue the embossed piece to a card. Later~ Maria

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