A few weeks ago, I started a Product Share on Saturday. This is where I explain about a certain product. Yesterday, I shared a fun video on how to use the Big Shot Embossing Mats. If you missed that video, you can view here.
It make start thinking about all the accessories that have some along for the Big Shot, since this must have die cut machine first came out. So today, I am going to share the difference between these different accessories for the Big Shot.
First, the Big Shot Embossing Mats that I shared in yesterday's video. With these mats and our favorite Framelits, Thinlits, and Edgelits Dies you can do more when paired together. Use with dies that have decorative ejection holes for additional embossing. Or use with cutting dies to emboss instead of cut.
Detailed dies are great, but sometimes it's hard to make all of the fine cuts crisp and sharp. Problem solved! The Precision Base Plate adds a little more oomph to your die sandwich, making working with detailed dies a dream. It is steel based so you may see a little more wear on your cutting pads when using this accessory.
The Magnetic Platform holds Framelits and Thinlits dies in place over stamped images when you cut them. Use in place of the Multipurpose Platform. This plate has a strong magnetic field.
Big Shot Die Brush makes removing small pieces from your dies a snap. It comes with the brush and two Foam Pads.
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