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Old 05-13-2017, 08:02 AM
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Cut Tidy... actually discuss that in an earlier post...
try a freezer baggie before spending money on a ...... basically freezer baggie (cut tidy). More for clean cutting of intricate dies than the point of this post - which is removing niblets from cutting die/die cuts/releasing the die cut from the die.

dryer sheets - also cool.. think Daria suggested that earlier.
sorry, but dropping onto flooring just works every time - repeat drop/raise the height... bing, boom, bam.
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sorry, but dropping onto flooring just works every time - repeat drop/raise the height... bing, boom, bam.
Too funny, Lee!
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Lee, is everything alright? You are making quite a racket!
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