Saturday, May 31, 2008

Product Talk

16 comments:

  1. so glad you are feeling better.

    Lori
    Scrappingrandma

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  2. Glad you were feeling well enough to do another video. Love the clear boxes. BTW, the threading water stamp has a place on the top where you can line up your design so you don't have to do it upside down. You probably already know that!!

    Linda

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  3. I have been trying NOT to buy this stamp!!!!!!

    I saw it the other day at my LSS and it took all I had to walk out the door without buying it!!!!

    Now what did you do??? I have to go get it. That is just too cute!!!

    Glad you're feeling better!

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  4. Glad you are feeling some better. Love the clear boxes, and haven't seen those before. Also, I am glad you found that punch! I have it, and love it! But I love your tip of turning it upside downt to get it lined up straight. It can be tricky!

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  5. My threading water punch just came in the mail yesterday. I'm super excited. Why am I reading blogs when I should be playing with my new toy? LOL

    Thanks for the tip about flipping it upside down.

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  6. Love your comments about the envies and the punch. I hadn't seen that one before and really like how you used it. Glad that you're feeling better and hope you have a great week.
    JeanAnn

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  7. Glad you're feeling better! Thanks for posting this video...it helped me a lot! I've just been making more cards, the size that you usually make and have been looking for envelopes...I will check out that website! Also love the clear boxes, I'm making a bunch of cards as a gift for my aunt so I might buy those. And I just got my threading water punch from M's with a 50% off coupon for $7.50! :) Thanks for showing how to use that too!

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  8. Hi there - I love your videos and went straight to the clearbags website. They will owe you advertising fees for enabling all of us. Can you tell me what size the boxes you purchased are? There are many to choose from. You may have said it in the video, but I can't remember. Thanks again for all of your help and inspiration.

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  9. You can line up your paper on the top of your punch as well... just line up the first punch with the white outlines on the front of the punch. SO much easier!

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  10. Love your videos. Thanks for the links you refer to when getting things in.

    Umm for the record I too use the threading water punch the way you do. I am a visual person and want to see to make sure they line up -lol. I know it might be easier to use it withthe grids and markings on the front and maybe eventually but not just yet.

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  11. Another fabulous video...Thanks for the tips.

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  12. Hi Robyn, Thanks for all of your fun, and informative videos. I was just wondering if you had any cute ideas for an "I'm sorry" card?

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  13. I'm so glad you are feeling better. You are such an enabler!!! Shame on you - now I gotta go to Clearbags.com and get some stuff. LOL! Hugs!

    Bren

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  14. ROBYN!!!!
    I WAS just going to eat my salad for lunch today and be a good, frugal girl this week, but NOT NOW! Now I have to go to M's with my 50% off coupon!
    I'm glad you are feeling better! Hopefully that's IT for you and being sick for the rest of the summer! :)
    Emily (012473)

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  15. I just got the punch last week. It looks great on the edge of a card as a border.

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  16. AACKKK!! I gotta stop watching your video's! I keep wanting stuff you are using!! I swear I didn't want one of these punches until I saw your videos! Now I will have to see if I can find one!!!

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