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 on: November 19, 2017, 12:08:51 PM 
Started by craftlady - Last post by Pamela
I dont bother watching it anymore. I tend to look on Pinterest for inspiration, and try to work out how to make things by just trying things out, or by searching you tube for tutorials.

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 on: November 18, 2017, 10:30:53 PM 
Started by craftlady - Last post by craftlady
this show is die- ing a death now.too many tattered lace etc.what do you all think. i try to watch for demos of cards. but they few and far betwee when yiur trying to see what  they doing they switch to e mails and you dont  actually see what they are doing, next thing up pops finished card. when i really want to see how its done. what do you all think

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 on: November 18, 2017, 09:38:04 AM 
Started by val090 - Last post by rene
That's great value. I bought three A4 Sheets in pound world yesterday, I am sorting my dies out as I am fed up with going through a big box  ( holds  all my dies and embossing folders ) every time I want one.

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 on: November 17, 2017, 08:30:09 PM 
Started by val090 - Last post by pink
T F S  I will be placing an order tomorrow

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 on: November 17, 2017, 06:32:21 PM 
Started by ladybirds - Last post by anneg
I used to use one side only until it started bending then used both - but -I then found that I needed a 'clean' side for white card and foiled card, so I treated myself to another plate for whites and reverse side for foil,
I bought a Gemini and have the original Cuttlebug but do still use my Calibur a lot, even had a good friend take it to bits and tighten up the inside of it as it became very noisy and a 'loose' feeling, its really good now  ( perhaps I should have done that before getting the Gemini but when I am feeling week that comes into its own.

Anneg

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 on: November 17, 2017, 03:52:30 PM 
Started by ladybirds - Last post by ladybirds
 Thanks ladies for your replies
I love my Grand Calibur....I had to look and yes both sides are used. If you use both sides they tend to stay flattened out, if you only use one side they tend to bend,
Yes Val, this is exactly what I'm finding, the white plate is bending, so I think it's time to rotate.
Also I did find during my research that you should use both sides.
Quote "To prolong the life of the plates, use both sides and remove any scrap materials after cutting."

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 on: November 17, 2017, 12:39:42 PM 
Started by ladybirds - Last post by val090
I love my Grand Calibur....I had to look and yes both sides are used. If you use both sides they tend to stay flattened out, if you only use one side they tend to bend,

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 on: November 17, 2017, 12:29:18 PM 
Started by val090 - Last post by val090
I've found a place fairly close to me, not that I have visited mind you.
BUT I have used them a couple of times and they've been fantastic.

I ordered ten sheets last week.......10 sheets of the heavier weight 0.5mm @7.95.....WITH FREE POSTAGE....and believe me it was heavy!!!!

When it came, and it only took a few days, I had a voucher for 10% off ny next two orders. I've used all ten sheets so will be ordering some more soon.

Here is the link www.themagnetshop.co.uk

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 on: November 17, 2017, 12:14:41 PM 
Started by ladybirds - Last post by Carole
I tend to use just the one side as I prefer to keep a pristine side as I find it marks the card if the plate has too many cuts on it.The pristine side is then used for mirror card, which shows marks.  Though I cant see why you cant use both sides..I dont use my calibur much as I feel it isn't strong enough and stick to the big shot unless I'm cutting or embossing A4.

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 on: November 17, 2017, 09:13:30 AM 
Started by ladybirds - Last post by ladybirds
Very interesting................not one reply, but 26 views Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad

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