Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

Paper Measurements
Card base- 8.5" X 5.5" scored at 4.25" and folded in half
Black Onyx- 5.25" X 4"
Pure White- 5" X 3.75"
Patterned Paper by Emily Giovanni (Rich and Shabby) 4.75" X 3.5"
Various Black Onyx and Pure White for Cuttle Bug and Punches.
Ink- Memento Angel Pink and Rhubarb Stalk
Punches- Extra Jumbo (Yellow) Flower Punch, Standard (Orange) Circle Punch

Sandwiches for your Nestabilites in your Cuttlebug
To Cut:
(From the bottom up)
A- plate
B- plate
die- blade side down
C- plate

To Emboss:
(From the bottom up)
A- plate
die with die cut piece still inside, image side down, blade side up
Embossing Mat
B- Plate
Chip Board or a couple of pieces of card stock

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Comment by Rene Lennon on October 19, 2011 at 11:06pm
Thank you so much.  I have had this cuttlebug for several years, and now I can finally use it the proper way!  I am so grateful.
Comment by Shannon Kiser on August 10, 2011 at 1:19pm
Question, on your previous Video - you stated the order of: A plate/C plate/Image to be cut/Die/and the B plate.  But this Video you show A plate/B plate /paper/die/C plate.   Confused !!!!   Do you actually want the die to cut into the B plate or the C plate???    Help. 
Comment by jogry blok on June 2, 2011 at 8:03pm
I like to work with my nestabilities in my cuttlebug
Comment by Carrie Peter on April 13, 2011 at 10:40pm
I was able to find the nestabilities embossing mat at Hobby Lobby.  Hope that helps.
Comment by Hannah Means on February 8, 2011 at 11:27am
Thank you for your clear presentation and for the little reassurances, like the sound when running it through and the cut marks. It really helps to know what to expect! I also am trying to find an embossing mat. I have tried Michael's and JoAnnes with no luck. If anyone has an idea where to find one, I'd love to know it.
Comment by Niki Broskett on November 8, 2010 at 11:02am
Confusion dismissed! But where do I purchase the rubber embossing mat? Thanks Gina for clarifying the many uses of Nestabilities. You can own all the crafting tools in the world but if you do not know how to use them properly, what's the point? Your videos are awesome.
Comment by Pat on April 1, 2010 at 4:43pm
Thanks for this great video on the how to use the nestabilties on the cuttlebug .
I was wondering on how I could use them.
Comment by Danielle Hartle on March 13, 2010 at 3:58pm
this is the third and different way to stack the plates...this way, there is a different way in the cuttle bug instruction manual as well as a third different way in the directions on the nestibilities instructions when you buy the dies. makes me confused.
Comment by Victoria Stewart on January 16, 2010 at 7:47pm
Thank you, now I get it.
Comment by Gail Spence on January 11, 2010 at 10:04am
Thank you so much. ANYONE with a Cuttlebug (which to me is the most versatile of ALL cutting machines) should watch this and library it! It is a perfect explanation of how to use nestabilities with your cuttlebug. YYou are wonderful!!! Gail Spence

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