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Old 05-02-2010, 04:59 PM   #1  
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Yes, you can. I don't have any, but from what I can remember, the sandwich is similar to that of the Sizzix Texturz Plates.
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Same sandwich as embossing a Spellbinders die.

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Aren't they awesome! And you can use them in just about ANY machine!!
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I have used them in the Big Shot and used a couple of pieces of card stock as shims. I got a good impression on the debossed side but the embossed side is always a little fuzzy, not nearly as sharp as the other side. I only have one and probably will not invest in another one.
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All of Spellbinders products can be used in any die cut machine other than the Wizard You will get an embossed side and debossed side with your Impressability. If you ink the Impressabilities with your favorite ink before you run it through your machine, you can get a letterpress look as well. They will impress with paper, foil and other media, you can cut them up to create something custom, you can also use them as a stencil. They are very very versatile
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I have used them in the Big Shot and used a couple of pieces of card stock as shims. I got a good impression on the debossed side but the embossed side is always a little fuzzy, not nearly as sharp as the other side. I only have one and probably will not invest in another one.
Really? I use mine in the Big Shot and never have have that problem!
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Really? I use mine in the Big Shot and never have have that problem!
Thank you for answering her Sherry
I do not own a Big Shot, and didn't know how to answer that.
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