Tuesday, September 1, 2020

New Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine

I am so excited to share with you today the Brand New Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine. This machine is NOW available to purchase. Please use the following links to order your new machine!

149653                 Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine               $120

To purchase the New Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine or other Stampin’ Up products please visit my online store: https://www.stampinup.com?demoid=2042902

This New Cutting and Embossing Machine offers some great new features:

Durable with high-quality results. The solid steel construction frame and rubber feet that securely grip the work surface produce crisp, clean, precise cutting and beautifully detailed embossing.

Easy to use. The machine and tools are designed for an intuitive die-cutting and embossing experience. For example, all plates are labeled with a number and are color coded for easy reference and use when building your sandwich.

Simple to store. The platforms fold for space-saving storage and they look pretty too–the sleek, clean design suits any crafting space.

Portable. You can use it at home or on the go with the folding platforms and ergonomic carrying handles. This makes it easy and convenient for you if you like to attend crops or other crafting get togethers.

The handle is slim and comfortable and easy to turn.

Includes all the plates needed to get started: 1 Base Plate (Plate 1), 1 Die Plate (Plate 2), 2 Cutting Plates (Plate 3), and 1 Specialty Plate (Plate 4).

6” wide platform – perfect for all you crafting needs.

Weighs approximately 8.1 pounds


Here are some quick TIPS & TRICKS that you may find helpful when using your New Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine.

If your machine is sliding while you are using it – wipe the rubber feet with a clean wet rag or your simply shammy to remove any dust that has accumulated.

To keep your plates from warping too much. Flip them from one side to the other. The rule of thumb I use is if there is a gap between the base plate and the bottom clear plate (When I press the center and it goes up and down) then I need to flip it so the center is laying flat on the base plate. By running the plate through the machine like this it will flatten the curve.

Keep your top clear cutting pad #3 always on top and your bottom clear cutting pad #3 always on the bottom. Over time this will ensure that you don’t get any texture transferred from the cutting plate on the top of your cardstock.

In this picture my top plate is on the left and the bottom plate is on the right. You can see that the bottom plate has many cut marks- this creates a texture that can transfer to your cardstock.

If your paper sticks to your dies (not a machine issue – it sometimes happens when you have intricate dies) You can use a little dry bar soap on the inside of the die. Just rub the die gently over the soap, tap off any excess, and then run through your machine as usual.

If you are using dies or embossing folders that are manufactured by other companies or older SU products, use shims (extra thin pieces of paper) as needed to create enough pressure to work properly in your New Cut & Emboss Machine.

I have also created a video walking you through putting your machine together, using your machine with dies and embossing folders, and my tips & tricks.

To purchase the New Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine or other Stampin’ Up products please visit my online store: https://www.stampinup.com?demoid=2042902

 I would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Please leave a message below or email me

Have a creative day,






1 comment:

  1. Hi Chelsey,
    Thank you for the demo and tips for this new fabulous machine. I recently received mine and have used it with great success. I’d like to know if you have tried embossing with dies with this machine; I know it was possible with the Big Shot but involved a lot of extra shims, etc. I appreciate your input.
    By the way, I Really like your blog and videos