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SODA CAN TIPTo clean that sticky residue off, cut the cans open and then place them in the dishwasher rack, lower tier. They come out all clean and dry, ready to go through your Cuttlebug!
I still can't believe you made this beautiful flower using soda cans. It really is gorgeous. You should make a tutorial. I can't wait to see what else you post!!LoriCricut Circle
Hi Lori, I have a mini tutorial where I outlined the steps for cutting on the cuttlebug forum . I believe it's called fun with soda cans. There are pictures of tags, initials, and little embellishments. I will try to link it here.
Love the fower, I have never seen anything like this.
Hi Melody, the flower is made be layering 3 cuts, just like you would make one with paper. You can then put a brad in the center to hold it. I encourage everyone to try one, as they are very simple to craft but make a dramatic impact. These can be alcohol inked, and even colored with nail polish or stickles. By the way, your blog is fantastic!
I agree with all the surprised and pleased comments above.Super and so 'clean' cut.
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