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    embossing and die cutting machines

    Can anyone give me advice on which machine is best for die cutting and embossing. I am hoping to go to Glasgow craft fair later this month and would like some advice before I go

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    I don't do a massive amount of embossing, just use Sizzix/Cuttlebug and similar plastic embossing folders and a few metal texture plates, but I now do all my cutting and embossing in a Big Shot. My Cuttlebug was on its way out after many, many years of faithful service and the offer at the time for the new aqua big shot was just too good to pass up.


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    I love my big shot too. I've had it for ages and it just keeps going.

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    Thanks for info will look into big shot see what sort of price they are
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    I love my cuttlebug but was frustrated at the small size of the embossing plates so I've now also got an Ebosser (I think this has recently changed it's name) which does A4 embossing. Depends on your budget of course.
    Nic

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