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Welcome to The Bug Bytes a site/blog mainly for Papercrafting and some photography and other stuff thrown in here & there. Add in some die cutting machine, scrapbooking tools, cameras, scissors , glue and...... My name is Pam. If you have been redirected from Papillon Digital Design you have come to the right place.Hope you get inspired by the projects, videos and files. Would love it if you could leave comments and become a follower. (Word verification is turned ON to avoid spam. Sorry for that inconvenience.) Would love it if you would also share your project here . If you find a linky under the post do share your project by posting link there or if you do not find a linky post your link in the comments.Thank you for visiting. The website Papillon digital designs has changed to Papillon Digital Design so if the link gives and error or takes you to page with chinese characters then please drop the 's' in the link at the end of papillondigitaldesigns and try . That is change papillondigitaldesigns to papillondigitaldesign and try the link.

March 30, 2010

wow 3rd post in a day - This is on welding inside frames - visual

As many know most of cartridges like george, GW, Don Juan etc does not allow weld's inside solid shapes like for eg we want to put a word inside a square and welding and I mean overlapping welding not just placing inside another shape without touching. This is not a true weld and if you do this just because the half weld yellow button bothers ;) you nothing changes and you will be still fine. Only when you overlap , insides are eaten up by the weld monster. I have shown this in many videos. This is just for the newbies. Someone wanted pictures of positive's on the MB that is - how to weld inside what we call frames - so when I went to the trouble of posting there I decided to have it in my blog too
so here. The cut shows the paper torn and I have left it as it is to show how fast the G can make the cricut go even when setting Cricut at slowest speed. This paper is not too thin but thin like computer paper or maybe a tad thicker  but still torn near intricate cuts. Hopefully sometime in the nearest future - don't hold your breath future - this will be fixed????

ok so here goes


Sheila aka SassyLady said...

This is my favorite thing to do! Your project looks so much nicer... or should I say more professional. It's that something extra that sets a project apart from another.

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