Step by step guide to cut and embossing using The Wizard


Today`s workshop is to have a visual look at how to cut and emboss using `The Wizard ` – mainly as I wanted to play with my nestabilities oval dies that I had just to try – I always find myself having to refer to the instructions to figure out what piece to put where – and whilst this workshop will do that too I wanted to add a few tips that I found handy along the way

1. Using the oval dies are great from pin pointing a part of an image you require – I have have copied and pasted this part of an image from the Heavenly Cd into a plain document and printed – check the image fits nicely with your image – trim roughly around your image so it will fill in the wizard sandwich

I have used the second largest die so I can use the largest for some matting later

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2. Lay your emboss board down

Then the thin spacer plate

Then your die

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3. At this point I picked the die up and matched where I wanted it to go on my image

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4. Then holding the 2 firmly so it didn`t move – place the die and image face down

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5. Now place your cut board on top

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6. Hold the sandwich tightly together to prevent any moving and place it into the Wizard

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7. It was at this point I didn`t know until I watched the demo of the Wizard on C&C – roll your fingers over the front silver part – this helps the sandwich go into the machine with ease

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8. Now push and pull the handle to get your sandwich through the machine

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9. When it is nearly finished be sure to hold the sandwich as it can shoot out with force – but holding it will ease this

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10. Remove all the elements of the sandwich and place the die and the cut image back onto your emboss plate – make sure your image is in the right place ready to emboss

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11. Place the tan mat over the die and image

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12. Then the cut plate and put through the Wizard again using the technique you have just used

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13. Then once through remove all the elements of the sandwich to reveal your perfect cut and embossed oval – or whatever die you chose to use

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Click here for part 2 to this workshop and the finished card

thanks for looking in today

Suzanne

Suzanne

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2 thoughts on “Step by step guide to cut and embossing using The Wizard

  1. Thank you Suzanne for this post. I have been struggling with my Wizard and a friend has promised to come over sometime to demo. I find it really difficult to start the cranking process. Despite watching the DVD several times. That is why the Wizard has been tucked up in its box since Christmas. I thought if I bought a set of Nesties I would HAVE to use it and I think this information may help me a bit.

    I always enjoy your posts and recently they have become even more useful(probably because I needed this incentive).

    Congratulations again on your 150,000 plus!

    HugsSandra

  2. Suzanne I have watched with fascination the Wizard but wondered if I could manage it and it would be worth my while but having read your workshop instructions step by step and so very clear I wonder if it might be a “wish list” item. Thanks again for all your help. Hugs Dorothy

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