the rubber isfound in the plumbing department of Lowes or Home Depot.. ask for plumber packing sheets. they come in 1/16 or 1/18...I used the 1/16 with the B plate (the idea of the rubber came from Susie's Heartprints website.
Thank you Nilda.. another great video. I left something for you on my blog.
Great video! I love learning all this amazing stuff you guys come up with! Keep em coming!
Thank you for this post....I had no idea how to use the plumbers mat correctly...you are the best!!
Thanks Nilda! I used the mat but not always did I get good results but now I know why...I took it all the way through instead of just to the edge...I am off to try it your way! Thanks so much for sharing. Looking forward to more!
thanks for doing this I love video's LOLHugsNorine
These are great! Especially for those of us who are new to this! Thank you so much!! luvmy2girls
I'm so glad I've found your site. I just got a CB and am learning what all I can do with it. Thanks so much for your tips.
Great video. I will now use my gasket. I am glad to learn how not to get the line. Before I just covered the line with a piece of ribbon!!
Great blog, I have just brought a CB and love you tips and techniques, thank you
Hi, I have left a little something on my blog for you
You are awesome. You saved me so much time. Thanks for sharing
WOO HOO!! Off to Lowe's.Thank you so much. I too was covering the smooshed area with a ribbon.
New to cardmaking,& CBing,i was wondering about this technique. Now i know what I need and need to do. thanksAndrea
Love this tutorial, however I have been to Home Depot and Lowe's for PLUMBERS RUBBER and they have never heard of such a thing. Is there another name it might be called? thanks for your help
Nilda,I noticed that you have your plates marked Cutting or Embossing. Is that because the cutting plate gets marked up and then shows up on your embossed designs? This is what I thought. But, will you set me straight??Newbie Joan