Cuttlebug, Die Cutting & Embossing Tips
I haven't had my Cuttlebug long, but I want to make the most of this fabulous tool! If you have tips or ideas that aren't listed, please email me @ grandma_lee_t AT yahoo DOT com
How to make a larger die cut with a smaller die
Cool technique - emboss the card, leave in embossing folder and use crayon to cover all embossed spots with crayon, then use ink(s) to add color to rest of card. Crayon will not take up ink.
Paper, Scissors and Superheroes: Tutorials
Cover the entire cutting surface of the die with wide packing tape and leave it on permanently. Run your Die sandwich through your Big Shot Die Cutting Machine. NO pieces of cardstock stick in the die - saving you time picking out all the little "left behinds." Use this technique with any die that gives you "left behinds," such as small alphabets.
Paper Doily Die Tutorial - Nancy Ferb Shares Papercrafting
Embossing with two different folders
As The Ink Dries: Tutorial
Magnetic plate for use with Big Shot and Spellbinders/new SU dies
I am so excited about this video! :) I am going to show you how to make your own embossing plates! This means that you will be able to design your own embossed images on cards or layouts using your Cuttlebug or Big Shot! Here is the embossed image I made today! Note: IF using a Cuttlebug the