"Hi All, I just found this group and had to join. I love my spellbinders and just can't buy enough dies and embossing folders. I tend to buy cuttlebug emboss folders. I have a wizard and grand Calbur machines from Spellbinders, plus a Sizzix…"
"Hi Ladies and Gentleman,
On the topic of the warped plates. What I do when I see them "curving" is that I flip them (kinda like you would your mattress LOL) to even them out, for the newer ones I flip everytime I use them :)"
When I want my spellbinders die to cut exactly where I want it on the paper, I tape the die to the paper using Scotch Removable Tape. I don't have a wizard but I do have the Grand Calibur and the tape works great. The tape…"
"Hi Melody. I don't know what the Wizard setup is exactly, but could there be a way to use a thin piece of acetate when you diecut so you can see the correct placement? I can imagine that would be very frustating with white plates as so often…"
"I have a question for all my Spellbinders die cut pros. When Gina stamps an image on cardstock ( on Stamp TV instructional videos ) then cuts it out using her Spellbinder dies, you can see through the Cuttlebug plates for perfect placement. Is this…"
In regards to your dilemma with warped plates, I saw a video that gave a tip. All you have to do is turn the plate over and work on the other side. I hope that works for you, it should also fix the problem with the dies.…"
Hi Sofia, I'm so glad my comments cheered you up! I've found over time that I (and probably others) tend to stick within a little group of friends. Which is good in some ways, but it tends to exclude others.
Since joining your cuttlebug group, I'm finding new friends, which is also expanding my reach. So I'm trying to spend time in the gallery of people I don't know terribly well, hence I landed on your page!
You have a wonderfully eclectic display of cards. Thanks for sharing!