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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Big Shot

BIG SHOT
Using the Scallop Circle 113468 $34.95 Using the Scallop Circle as a card. Fold your card first then when placing it on the Scallop Circle just place the fold of the card down a little from the top of the scallops then run though the big shot. Your not cutting the top of the card as in the photo above. Add some punch work and stamps and you have a nice little card.
Bitty Banners Framelits Dies 129267 $25.95
As you can see I have used a  Bitty Banner Framelits at top of card and the words Happy Birthday
Apothecary Accents Framelits  127003 $42.95 Have 4 diffrent dies in this set the top die  in the photo below is one of them. And the die under that is from the Labels Collection Flamelits 125598 $45.95 I love to work with them together.
As you can see i have on the card below. I have used Card stock in the cards.
I still get asked about the Big shot and how to use it what can it with it.It so easy to use and when you have one you think to yourself WHY did I wait so long to get one. And once you've seen what it can do, the Big shot is certain to be one of those must-have item on your whislist. How fabulous to be able to get it for half price while you and your friends learn more about how to use it at your party.
If you dont have a big shot you can order one from me today. It will be delived to your door any where in Aus, so dont miss out if you live some where not close to big shops this is a good way to get your Stampin' Up! good right to your door. To place an order with me go onto my Stampin' Up! site
take your time have a look at our Catalogue, email your order to me on
In the Subject:- put Out side Stampin' Up! Order and your Name
If you need to talk to me call me on 0409533925 or text me.



Did you know :




That the Big shot can cut over 50 materials

PLUS with the Steel Rule dies you can cut up to 5 sheets of card stock at one time .

The Big Shot is the most versatile die-cutting machine on the market today. Using the multi-purpose platform, you can use dies, embossing plates, and other products from a wide variety of sources.

SU! Big shot also has exclusive Dies and will cordinate with many of our already fabulous products

We sell 2 types of dies for Big shot

Steel Rule: When you think of steel rule dies, think of cookie cutters--they both work on the same principle. Steel rule dies are made by embedding an elongated razor blade into a hard wood base and then covering that blade with foam for safety. When the die is passed through the Big Shot, the foam is compressed and the blade punches through the material being cut. Because steel rule dies use a blade, you can cut more types of material as well as multiple layers of that material. Additionally, the cutting blades can also be designed with scoring blades to create fold lines.

Chemically Etched: Unlike steel rule dies, chemically etched dies can cut intricate designs. To create these dies, elaborate designs are etched into the metal using chemicals to burn away the unwanted metal. While these dies can create more intricate designs, they cannot cut as many types of materials nor can they cut multiple layers of material.

Speaking of materials here is the list of at least 50 types you can use with the Big Shot

•Brass (.055)


•Light weight steel

•Aluminum (.016)

•Tin (.008)

•Aircraft plywood (1/64")

•Basswood (1/16")

•Balsa (3/32")

•Paperwood

•Mat board (adhesive or none)

•Chipboard

•Fabric

•Silicone

•Foam with chipboard (.1)

•Corrugated pad

•Adhesive-backed cork

•Fine sandpaper (.00)

•Strene

•Extra thick template plastic

•Template plastic

•Plastic canvas (7 mesh)

•Bubble wrap

•Sheet foam

•Friendly (jewelry) plastic

•100% pure beeswax (cut with parchment paper on top & bottom of beeswax)

•Adhesive and non-adhesive rubber

•Ruffleboard

•Static cling vinyl

•Warm & natural batting

•Fusible fleece

•Quilt batting

•Adhesive and non-adhesive flexible magnet

•Heat n' shrink plastic

•Adhesive and non-adhesive felt

•Pop-up sponge

•Shiny self-adhesive and non-adhesive paper

•Iron-on fabric

•Poly foam adhesive and non adhesive

•3-D illusionary plastic

•Glow in the dark adhesive and non adhesive

•Suede paper

•Funky fur

•Personal Embossing Plastic (PEP)

•Shaggy plush felt

•Canvas

•Vinyl flooring

•Shelf lining

•Placement

•Embossing rubber

•Thin leather

•Gasket material

if you have a big shot I hope you have fun trying diffrent material in it from the list above have fun think outside the square see what you come up with.



Thank you for stopping buy today.
Happy Stamping Teresa xx





1 comment:

JenniferD said...

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