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LisaBurgess3 Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 28, 2011 2:52:43 AM(UTC)

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can anyone please help me I am getting very desperate....

trying to cut cupcake wrappers here in the UK......the butterfly design, for our muffins (which are 9.25 inches) on bazzill.

i have wasted so much paper and blades etc playing with settings and I just cannot get one single wrapper where all the little nooks pop out successfully adn thereare no little tears or nicks of the card.

where am I going wrong...did provocarft not mean these to be cut from bazzill or similar card???

any help would be greatly apprecaited.

my expression is only 4 months old- is it possible its faulty in some way??


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cathylee3 on 9/28/2011(UTC)
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#2 Posted : Saturday, October 01, 2011 4:40:51 PM(UTC)

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What are your pressure/speed settings? Above Rubies Studio has an iphone ap that tells you what pressure/speed you should use on your cricut for just about every type of paper out there. You can also download it for free if you "like" her FB page Above Rubies Studio.

I looked it up on my app and for Bazzil cardstock,

>1", Basic design - Blade - Regular, Depth - 5, Speed 5, Pressure 4
<1", Intricate - Blade - Regular, Depth - 4, Speed 2, Pressure 3-4
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tremendous_fun on 3/2/2012(UTC)
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