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tjones81dfe42c Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:54:30 PM(UTC)

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Hi everyone, I'm looking forward to seeing all the great cards and paper crafts in this community!

I just got my Anna Griffin version of the Cuttlebug two weeks ago and love love love it. I purchased a Cuttlebug alphabet set, but when I stacked the A and B plates, rubber mat, die and paper the way it's supposed to be, it was way too thick to go through the machine--it even bent my die :o( So I asked for help on the Cricut Facebook page and their wonderful moderator directed me to this page: http://www.cricut.com/fo...Cut-and-Emboss-Tips.aspx

In short, it said to replace one B plate and the rubber mat with a C plate... which made sense... The C plate was sold out here but I finally found it on Amazon and it arrived today. But that solution didn't work, either. Crying

Does anyone have any other suggestions? Please and thank you.

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#2 Posted : Monday, October 13, 2014 10:16:49 AM(UTC)

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I'm sure you figured this out by now, but in case you haven't, or for anyone else that stumbles along (as I did): I use the A on the bottom, then a B, then the die, the paper, and finally another B.

The rubber mat (for embossing) is too thick, as is the C plate, which is good for really thin cutting-only dies like the ones from Spellbinders (if you use the ones that emboss as well, I'd suggest rubber mat and B plate instead of C plate).
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