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    Default Cuttle bug plates

    My plates are getting very worn after years of use
    I did buy some compatible ones from a seller I think it was ebay but could have been Amazon a member on here recommended them they were very cheap and better than the branded ones , the member may not visit the forum anymore

    I have searched in vain and the only replacements I can find are expensive nearly as much as the bug for a full set
    Obviously making a fortune as they know people need them
    Any help would me greatly appreciated
    You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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    Slipscreens on eBay make compatable plates for loads of machines. I'll have a quick look to see if they do Cuttlebug ones.

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    I think I have bought mine on Amazon in the past. I haven't been doing much in the way of paper crafting for months, nearly two years in fact, so haven't needed to replace them. I know I keep them all in one of those A5 boxes just to make sure I don't lose the things!

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