Friday, October 10, 2008

Episode 67- Apple Cider Slider

38 comments:

  1. Robyn,

    Nice project, you make everything look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Robyn what a great idea. I may have to try this to give to the adults this Halloween. Thanks!!!!!

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  3. This is such a great project! I will have to adapt this with hot chocolate for Christmas. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. That was great! I love it! TFS!
    Tami :-)

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  5. Another great project and video, Robyn. Hope you feel better by Monday!!!

    Blessings and Hugs!
    Linda

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  6. So cute!

    Many Blessings,
    M.

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  7. What a neat IDEA Have fun in Florida..

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  8. I am so lifting this for Christmas using both hot chocolate and the apple cider. Hope you get to feel better and enjoy Disney.
    Robin

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  9. what a great quick treat idea for adults to recve! Thank you!

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  10. I wasn't going to make these but after I saw how cute and fast you can make these - I will have to try. Thanks again for a great video and I think I will have to break down and get an 714 ATG.

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  11. Super cute! It looks so much easier now that I have seen you make it. I am so much more visual! Have a great time in Florida! We just got back from Disneyland and had a blast!

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  12. What a great project, thanks for sharing!
    PS. You DO NOT sound horrible

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  13. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing. Hope you feel much better soon and have a great time with Mickey!!

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  14. What a clever project! I will be scraplifting this idea for my fall secret pal and/or gifts for coworkers at Christmas. Thanks for the lesson!

    Linda

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  15. I love this!! Nice and easy and a great cheap gift!!
    Thanks for all you do for us!
    ....Sharon

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  16. LOVE this!!! Your videos are wonderful! I love visiting! Thanks so much!

    Enjoy Disney! And, hope you feel better!
    Mary W.
    Charleston, SC

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  17. Thanks for the video, it really helps to see the process and I loved seeing the editing you did. The 2nd stamped image was nicer. Hope you are feeling better soon and have a fun time with your family vacation. Love all you do for us!

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  18. Disneyland Rocks and we as a family love it!!!Hope you do to..Thanks so much for the video and the time you took to make it..I love the packets and you made it easy...Take care Just me ,Camperslady

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  19. Robyn,

    What a cute project! Love your videos, hope your feeling better by Monday, so that you may enjoy Disneyland.

    Rosalie, CA

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  20. That is so cute! I think I'll have to make some up as teacher gifts for our teachers in our Primary. Thanks for posting it.

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  21. What a great project!! How did you get your stamps to stick to an acrylic block??

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  22. Robyn, how cute!! I love these! I definetly will be trying them for some gourment hot cocoa for xmas! Thanks so much for sharing! Also, thanks for the compliment over on my blog! It means so much to me coming from you! :) As always, your #1 fan! :)

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  23. this looks super easy, you just enabled me to try a new method out!

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  24. Dawn in Ohio10/11/2008 7:37 PM

    Robyn, what a cute idea and so easy that even my 11 year old daughter could make it too. I ordered this stamp set a few weeks ago and just waiting on it to arrive and now I can't wait. I hope you are feeling better for your vacation.

    Dawn in Ohio

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  25. Great idea as usual!! Love the idea for Christmas gifts.
    Have a great time at Disney World. Hope you are feeling better for the trip!

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  26. I am going to a crop this coming weekend. I may get a box of apple cider so I can make some of these up. Thanks for sharing!!
    You inspire me! Love the jewerly too! I started making it and so did my 12 yr old dd after seeing yours! THANKS!
    Dawn aka nwad68 on the cricut forum

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  27. I Love it. Thats a good idea for me to do at Christmas for my 8 yoa Christmas present to her class

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  28. Great video Robyn! It was helpful seeing how this was created.

    CraftyOne - Cricut MB

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  29. What a great idea! I will be using that for officer gifts for my fraternal organization and for teacher's fall luncheon. Thanks for the awesome and cute idea!

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  30. I just got that pumpkin set at a rummage sale, so can't wait to make some of these. Will also make nice Christmas gifts for my co-workers at Christmas with hot chocolate. Have fun in Disney World! It's an awesome place.

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  31. Robyn,
    What a super cute idea! I may have to make some of these! They would be a super teacher gift with an assortment of them. Thanks so much for sharing. I just love visiting your site!
    Kendra

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  32. Thanks for sharing this clever idea. And you made it look so easy!

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  33. I can't even remember how I found your blog - but I love it. I will be checking back often. Thanks for the ideas.

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  34. Thanks for the great idea! I volunteer at a retirement home for a monthly craft time. The ladies LOVED making these for their friends, grandkids and helpers! It was the best project yet.

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  35. Just too cute. As someone else mentioned before you make it look so very easy.

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  36. That is such a cute idea! Just clever, love it!!!

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  37. I love this project!! I am going to do that for Christmas next year with Hot Chocolate for my kids classmates!! Love it!!

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