Corrugated paper is great to use to add dimension to cards, scrapbook pages and other projects. You can cut or tear it easily. However, I like to either punch it or diecut it! These are cards created featuring leaves diecut from the Tim Holtz "Movers & Shapers" magnetic leaf die set that I cut out using the Cuttlebug:
When using Tim Holtz "Movers & Shapers" dies with a Cuttlebug, you'll need the Tim Holtz Base Tray. It's really easy. Just place the magnetic dies onto the base tray, put the corrugated paper on top of the dies, and put a B plate on the bottom of the Tray and another B plate on the top of the paper. Then, simply run the stack through your Cuttlebug and create beautiful leaves. Corrugated papers are generally smooth on one side and corrugated on the other side. It doesn't matter which way you place the paper. The Holtz dies will cut through the paper easily.
I wanted to try the corrugated paper with an ordinary paper punch but was a bit concerned that it wouldn't work or, worse yet, it would break one of my punches. Even with my concners, I decided to try it. I used the Fiskars Hexagon punch and was surprised at how well it worked.
Here's a scrapbook page I created using the corrugated hexagons:
I haven't tried using other brands of punches yet with the corrugated paper, so if you have please share your results here. Corrugated paper is available in various colors and can easily be inked or painted. Give it a try!