Sunday, August 29, 2010

adding rub-ons and embossing with your cuttlebug

I hope this saves you some time when embossing and using rub-ons.






15 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I had no idea you could run rub ons through the cuttlebug.

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  2. Wow!! That was sooo cool!! what an awesome tip!! Thanks

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  3. Great way of accomplishing two things at once!

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  4. What a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I take it these are just the regular rub-ons that you usually have to rub over the back with a popsicle stick, right? That's a great tip!

    About your "old" Cuttlebug not wanting to stay in position ... Have you tried cleaning the rubber on the bottom? Mine gets wiggly when it has collected a lot of paper dust.

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  6. these are great Nilda!! fabulous!!

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  7. Sophia, yes these are regular rub-ons. My cuttlebug is old and the feet refuse to stick no matter what I do... thanks for the tip though. It still embosses, cuts, and more.. so its an oldie but a goodie.

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  8. This is super!! Thanks for sharing ;)

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  9. Now this is a super tipp, thank you!!! :-)
    XX Kathi

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  10. thats awesome! what a time saver!

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  11. Both of these tips are wonderful! I am always looking for time saving tips. I have a whole bunch of rub-ons that I haven't gotten in to in a while. This makes me want to dig them out. Thanks!!!!

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  12. Oh Nilda, these are all such amazing tips... I too have a million rub-ons that I got from a QVC special a long time ago & just haven't thought about using them. Now I'm gonna dig them out & try this ... Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs, Janie
    PS... your cards are wonderful too

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  13. Nice idea! As for your CB not sticking- I have seen many, many sites using a CB and NEVER can the demonstrator keep it from moving once they start cranking. Sure, clean the bottom real good and be sure your counter top is clean and free of anything (including any type of texture)and the little "bugger" still will not stay put. If Provo-craft can solve this little problem they will have a *perfect* must-have gadget. IMHO. Joan

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