Borders Stamps & Dies by Crafter's Companion
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First, fold the card blank and crease well with a bone folder. Next, use a new, unwarped cutting plate and wrap the card blank around the edge of the cutting plate keeping the folded edge straight along the edge. Attach the cutting die to the edge of the card, use the usual "sandwich" and run it through the machine. No buckling of the paper and no indentations on the back of the card! I have used this method many times and I keep a flat, unwarped cutting plate just to use for situations like this.
Note From Store Owner: Thank you Cynthia.
Keep your card folded, attach the die to the front and run the card through your machine. You'll have the design on both the front and back of the card. I've done this technique a few times.
Note From Store Owner: Thanks Kathleen.
Patricia E Wilson
These are lovely and the inspiration created with them was wonderful. A nice addition to any card makers stash. Thanks for sharing your tips and techniques.