f The Bugbytes: 2020

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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.

May 4, 2020

Make your thin dies go the extra distance.

When you have  thin dies one option you have is cutting it up in half with a cutter. Decide which way you want to cut it up -Vertical or horizontal and have a snip.
Now you  can use the dies in so many different ways. As it was originally intended , or as edge die or as a window die .
If you are like me you can get 2 sets and cut up one set and keep the other pristine.
I would cut up maybe just a couple of bigger dies if it was a nesting die and keep the inner ones intact if using just 1 set.