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Card Creator Machines and more . . .

Hello Future Members:

This group is about card making machines, such as the cuttlebug machine, the cricut, the big shot, the grand calibur and other machines I am not aware of.  These machines were created to create a masterpiece using everyone's gifs and talents in card making abilities.  

So if anyone has any new tips and techniques you use with the machine you have, please feel free to share with us here.

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best machine for a newbie

Started by marie gillon. Last reply by marie gillon Dec 31, 2013. 4 Replies

Hi I am new to cardmaking and would appreciate some advice on what you think best cutting machine for me to purchase would like to get one with a starter kit thanks.Continue

Paper Weight for Cuttlebug Machine

Started by Melody Saputo. Last reply by Sofia Khrystyne Whitney Dec 7, 2013. 5 Replies

I recently attended a Scrapbook Expo and purchased a new Cuttlebug machine. I just love die cut pieces but am having trouble getting the machine to cut through Gina's luxury cardstock. I use the…Continue

C plate

Started by Pat Collins Jun 17, 2013. 0 Replies

Yes you will need to buy a C plate.  The C plate is for Cutting where the B plates are for embossing.Depending on your Cuttlebug you might also need a shim.  All Cuttlebugs are made a different some…Continue

Cuttlebug Plates

Started by Ann Lee. Last reply by Rosy Newlun May 7, 2013. 1 Reply

Hi! I just purchased a Cuttlebug. The C plate does not come with the machine anymore. Do I need to purchase one? What would it be used for? Thanks!

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Comment by Metty Fredricks on November 8, 2013 at 4:07pm

Second question - Cuttlebug doesn't yet have a magnetic plate like Spellbinders does. Has anyone tried using the "magnetic shim for use on the Wizard?" It seems to be the right size, but I don't want to invest in something that might damage my machine.

Comment by Metty Fredricks on November 8, 2013 at 4:05pm

I have a Cuttlebug and love it! So simple to use, following Gina's great tutorial on the plates. But I need to ask everyone about using the big, black dies, like the Tim Holtz. Has anyone else tried them? My gut feeling is to just lay the die on the machine (no A or first B plates), put the paper on top of the die, then cover with the C, then run it through. What does everyone think>?

Comment by Sharon McDonald on July 1, 2013 at 9:47am

You're welcome.  Good luck.  I have a lot of trial-and-error moments when I'm making cards.

Comment by Metty Fredricks on July 1, 2013 at 9:10am

Thanks for the info - I'll try it!!!

Comment by Sharon McDonald on July 1, 2013 at 8:57am

Metty, I've used the roll-on adhesives to layer directly on an embossed piece and I had to use a lot more than usual.  The pieces would start to come apart with the usual amount after a while, so I added more roll-on and then placed a heavy book on the card for a day.  Now I use a heavy-duty adhesive when layering on embossed surfaces

Comment by Metty Fredricks on June 30, 2013 at 7:57pm

I notice that Gina K. never layers directly onto an embossed piece unless she uses pop dots or score tape. Isn't it possible to just use adhesive on a top layer?

Comment by Lindsay Ettlinger on June 18, 2013 at 3:20am

I have just purchased a Metal Shim for my Cuttlebug and my spellbinder dies are now working beautifully.  Just thought I would mention this.

Comment by Pat Collins on June 17, 2013 at 7:13pm

 My husband bought me my cuttlebug for my BD last year and I  love it!  I haven't had any problems using with the spellbinder dies but then I haven't used others on it except one of my friends used one of the large Sissix dies and it did great.  Sometimes I have to use a shim to help with the cut with the spellbinder dies, but other than that it's been great for cutting and embossing.

Comment by Sofia Khrystyne Whitney on May 3, 2013 at 10:17am

Hello Members

This is your Group Administrator here.  It's been awhile since I've been in here.

Since the last time I was here there was I think 28 members, well its grown since then.  So lets welcome all the new members here, and share with them our cards and what techniques we used to make them the way they are.

We still only have one gentlemen that has joined this group and that is Sean Fettermen, So to all the ladies that have recently joined Welcome and members if you know of any other gentlemen on Stamptv that loves using cuttlebug folders let him know that there is a group.

That is all for now, Happy Spring & Summer. I will be back time to time just to check out stuff.

See ya later!  :)

Comment by Sofia Khrystyne Whitney on April 19, 2013 at 7:56pm

Hi Cynthia

I hope you didn't use any glue, possibility of a sticky handle.  :(

 
 
 

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