Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Die Cutting Machine I own and use

The Crossover by Cheery Lynn Designsis my go to for any A4 dies.  I got mine some time ago and really love it.  I also love the handy carry bag that came with it.  I only bought this one because the Sizzix Bigshot Plus had not yet been announced.

Here is the introduction videos so you can get a better idea of what it looks like and how it work:

For normal dies I used my trusted Sizzix Bigshot plus for most projects.  I had the original Black and Pink version but unfortuately it got broken by the kids during our move a few years ago, so I replaced it with the teal version.  Great because now I have both the standard and extended multipurpose cutting platforms.


For Smaller thinlet dies I love my Baby Blue by Tattered Lace because you can emboss or cut up the 3" or 7.5 cm wide and the plates are 6.2 x 3.1" or 16cm x 8cm in size.  The only thing that I do not like is the price of replacement cutting plates as you have to buy the A and B plates seperate and they cost more the my Bigshot's plates.  You can  find an Instruction Manual and Step-by-Steps guide on the Tattered Lace Website.

And for standard embossing when I am not die cutting I use the Sizzix Texture Boutique Embossing Machine


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