loading
This instructable is an add on to: https://www.instructables.com/id/Makeshift_letterpress_with_a_cuttlebug_Part_One/

it explains how to use photopolymer plates with your cuttlebug.

You wil need:

a cuttlebug
paper
photopolymer plates
ink

Step 1: Perpare Your Base

Attach cork to the base of your cuttle bug.
which plate type did you order from boxcar? thanks!
How well did this work? would you recommend this for multiple items, like invites etc...? can the machine take it? I'm trying to save money, but love the look of letterpress for my wedding invites. Thanks!
It worked well! I personally don't think I would have the patience to print zillions cards, it is a little labor intensive. but perhaps i'm just lazy!

About This Instructable

21,054views

29favorites

License:

More by UnlessSomeoneLikeYou:How to keep using your Gocco Easy at Home Letterpress  - part 2 Makeshift letterpress with a cuttlebug - Part One 
Add instructable to: