Glenda on June 15th, 2012

I just want to let you know that the eBosser will be available soon at Enchant Art. If you need to pre-order one, please do it as soon as possible since this is a new product and it will be shipped first to the pre-orders. Enchant Art also offers a layaway plan with 6 monthly payments. [...]

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Glenda on November 23rd, 2009

Here are the pictures of some of my projects. They were so much fun to create and share. This is my Bracket Mini-Album, which I made using the Silhouette and the file that I shared with you previously. Since the Silhouette can’t cut chipboard, I glued two pages together to make this album sturdier.   [...]

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Glenda on February 19th, 2009

I have several good reasons to get this machine: I like cutting things but I don’t have the patience to cut intricate designs by hand. I use my laptop for cardmaking and scrapbooking. I don’t like to buy expensive cartriges of designs or bulky die cuts that other cutters need. I want to have the [...]

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Glenda on January 14th, 2009

Yesterday I received my Big Kick. The box was heavier than I thought. Good! My machine is red and white, sturdy, sits well on the table. Now, it was time to understand how to make the sandwiches for embossing. I tried everything that I had: Fiskars, Cuttlebug folders, metal embossing plaques, thin stenceling sheets, etc. [...]

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Glenda on January 12th, 2009

I just bought my Big Kick die cut machine from Joanns.com and I’m wainting for it. I am not too interested on the die cutting part but in the embossing. Why I chose the Big Shot over the cute green bug Cuttlebug machine? The Big Shot is sturdier and accepts all dies and embossings from [...]

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