Saturday, May 02, 2009

NSD Challenge #2


Are you all ready for our second challenge of the day???  My great friend, Karlee, helped me with this video so don't forget to share your love for her in the comments!!  

Challenge #2
Try Something New

*Remember to put a link to your project in the comments section of this post!!  Also, this has to be something that you made from this point on, not something that you have made in the past that might fall under this category.  :)  That's why it's called a "challenge"

Good luck!

Is there something that you have never tried even though you have everything sitting in your stash?  Why not give it a try now and share with us?  I have never really used my Bind It All so I had Karlee demonstrate how to use it.  Hope you enjoy!!!

154 comments:

  1. Yeah, I have been looking at buying this, thanks so much for showing it!! :-) I love when you do video's on stuff that I am looking at buying!! Thanks Denise:-)

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  2. I love Challenges :-) I made a cart whih brown and pastel.It is om my blog!This is so fun :-)

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  3. I love it! I have never seen this done before.

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  4. This is GREAT, I HAD to have the BIA, but have never used it. I am off to try! Does not look too hard.
    Joan
    schim18@charter.net
    I am putting all my projects under the orginal thread on the Cricut messageboard. I don't have a blog.

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  5. Awesome video Robyn and Karlee! I hope to have a bind it all very soon.

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  6. Thanks for the great instruction Karlee. I don't have a BIA so I'm going to try this with my pro click. Love the project and the flower Robyn

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  7. Karlee you did a great job! Very cute project.

    rockford74@yahoo.com

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  8. I was thinking of getting a BIA, now I know I want one! Thanks Robyn and Karlee!

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  9. Tha BIA...another..."Had to Have" scrap tool.
    I've only used it for a couple of calendars, but I do love it!

    So far, I haven't gotten the CuttleBug, but I sooo want that too!

    Thanks to you & Karlee too.

    MMP

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  10. Wow!! I never knew how easy it could be to make something like that! I deffinitly want to try to make it! Thanks

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  11. YAY! I have a BIA, but have never used it. I know just what I want to do, after I take my little guy out to lunch today. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  12. Hmm, so maybe this is th echallenge I should finally try thos eyelets!

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  13. what a great idea!
    you always have great ideas!

    mara22301@yahoo.com

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  14. This is so adorable. I want this now. I have already purchased the TSG gun and the Wild Card Cartridge. Stop it already! LOL ;0) Thank you for putting this fun day together. I know this was a lot of work. Have a great day! Julie. :0)

    readysetstamp@yahoo.com

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  15. Great! Now I have to buy a BIA to.. you're breaking me girl! LOL! Not sure where to post my "challenges" so I'm just posting them in the cricut gallery, here's the link.

    BTW- the only thing in my collection that I haven't used yet were the "foamies"... hope that counts!

    www.cricut.com/messageboard/photo.aspx?photoid=3050&asortType=6&apage=1

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  16. Great instructional video as always!
    Still making the strawberries from last week - love 'em!
    Will leave email address as for some reason it won't log me in on blogger info
    keep up the good work.

    stephward1968@btinternet.com

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  17. oh robyn,i love love love my bind it all. you can do so so much with it. wonderful book.thanks & thanks karlee.great job. love the flower. kb101599@yahho.com

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  18. Anita aka doodlescraps5/02/2009 10:28 AM

    I just need to see what I have that I have NEVER ;) done anything with...don't have a BIA but do have some other items that I purchased and never have used! ACK! :)

    doodlescraps

    anitascakescandies@yahoo.com

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  19. So, I just looked at one of these yesterday at Hobby Lobby, my home away from home. Hmmmmmm, maybe it's providence? Congrats on your first video Karlee!

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  20. Another great idea. You know how to think outside the box!
    happy scrapping!
    virginiaauthement@yahoo.com

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  21. Karlee-Congratulations on your first video! You did an awesome job!
    Robyn-I think I'm going to buy a Bind It All now. Thanks for sharing how to use it! I'm having a great time watching your videos and getting some projects done! Thanks!

    Linda

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  22. Awesome tutorial! Thanks!

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  23. Loved your video. I have the bind it all.You both do such great jobs. I having so much fun today. Robyn thanks for doing nationl scrap day.

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  24. http://scrappinstuff-lorrie.blogspot.com/2009/05/pink-stamper-challenge-2.html

    Challenge #2...wow.. you've got me hoppin! Having fun though!!!

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  25. OK So I am doing your challenges one by one to come up with a final product in the end. Step number two is done and on my blog

    www.abusyplace.blogspot.com

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  26. Hi
    Ok I had a great idea this mornig to move my computer in my craft room so i can watch and scrap at same time.Didnt work so well but 4 hrs later im all set and ready to go.YEAAA. Love your viedos

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  27. I don't have a BIA or anything like that so I took a small bound book I got at a SU convention and redecorated it so I could feel part of this challenge.
    papergator.blogspot.com

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  28. I have been wanting one of those for a while. You enabler!

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  29. Great job Robyn and Karlee. Have never seen how to use this product so very informative. Now must have it. Nancy srgran4@yahoo.com

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  30. http://i442.photobucket.com/albums/qq145/ReddyRd5/sb001-9.jpg

    OK I tried the embossing with the cuttlebug - I bought a couple of folders for it - thought I got the swiss dots but it turned out to be bubbles - I did try inking them for them to show up in the pics - I hope this works

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  31. I have been thinking about buying this because I make calenders too. Thanks for showing me how it works!

    Paulla

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  32. Guess I know where I am going to be all day. Thanks

    Teresa
    Pateros, WA

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  33. I like the way the BIA looks so much better but, here's my book for challenge #2

    http://eiyiyi.blogspot.com

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  34. I love the note book. Great job Robyn and Karlee

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  35. So Cute great gift for that "Special Someone". Looks like I will be getting a NEW toy.LOL

    Shantele
    ks.lindquist@sasktel.net

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  36. Thank you so much robyn and Karlee for showing this wonderful goodie! I've never seen one of these before. I just LOVE technology!!!! lol
    You did Great Karlee for your first video!!!
    Thanks from Alita
    alita.long@gmail.com

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  37. Thank you so much for doing the video on this, I received one as a gift from my SS and have been fumbling along with it. Thanks Karlee for making it look so simple! I have to go and make a book!

    Sandy

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  38. Thanks for the great video. I'm at a loss for this Challenge as I don't have anything in my stash I HAVEN'T tried! I'll find something!

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  39. Great Video! I do not have a BIA but maybe something to think about.
    TFS!
    VickieW Cricut MB

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  40. I don't have a Bind It All yet.....I think it just made it onto my wish list though! Gee, I have a birthday in like 10 days.....LOL!

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  41. This is a great gift for a young student. I have the Provo Yourstory (3months now )and love it. The zutter Bind-it-all seems great too. The project was cool and thank Karlee for sharing her knowledge with is.
    Renata

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  42. oooh I am sooo doing this one. I am going to use the Bind it all also. I've had it sitting pretty since I believe Nov or Dec and I have NEVER EVER opened it sooooo its a challenge!!! woohooo!
    Can you feel my excitement?!!!
    Thank you Karlee ;)

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  43. http://i733.photobucket.com/albums/ww334/saragingue/023-Copy.jpg

    http://i733.photobucket.com/albums/ww334/saragingue/027.jpg

    http://i733.photobucket.com/albums/ww334/saragingue/029.jpg

    I made a book... I had never done one before and found it to be really fun!

    Sara

    saragingue@hotmail.com

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  44. http://www.fromctoshiningc.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=757&size=big&cat=546

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  45. Here's my new thing: chipboard, believe it or not... LOL

    http://shirscrapbooks.blog.com/2009/05/02/nsd-challenge-2-the-pink-stamper/

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  46. This is really cute!

    pholub@unm.edu

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  47. Love this so cute - I have the bind-it-all and have never used it guess I'll have to give it a try. Thank you for all our fun videos I have learned so much watching you.
    ScrapinNannyof5 (Sue) grvdger@suscom-maine.net

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  48. Sherrishobbies (cricutboard)5/02/2009 11:30 AM

    Great Video. I never thought about using a long piece of paper and wrapping it around. I always cover the front and the back separately. Your way is much easier. TFS.

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  49. http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b376/lisarup1/004.jpg

    I didn't know what to do so I did a bunch of things I've never done. Good thing I am still new to card making!

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  50. Great job on the video to both Robyn and Karlee. This now looks so easy to do ... guess this is another thing to add to my wish list! Something new for the challenge ... oh dear ... now that is a challenge, but I'm going to try.

    Hugz,
    ♥Carol♥
    (from the Cricut MB)

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  51. Was gonna try some chip board but decided to make a cd photo cube. jump over to allmybugs.blogspot.com to see
    thanks!!

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  52. http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/220375/view/2118685/-1/0/1.html

    Here is nubmer 2

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  53. I'm having a crop at my house next Friday, I'm off to borrow a bind it all and I am going to make something like this for each guest, I will share when I have them done. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  54. Hi!
    Great videos, I was out buying 2 cartridges so I missed the early shows. Still trying to catch up on the challenges.

    Thanks for doing this, I've never participated in National Scrapbooking Day Before

    Cynthia
    ladybugstamper@msn.com

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  55. Oops. Forgot to say that I tried something new: Cricut markers. Not a big fan. I must be missing something. Hmmmmmm......wonder if you have a tutorial on them? I tried once and messed up, tried twice and messed up, but kept the final mess up to create the card.

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  56. I was thinking of doing something like this for Mother's Day with my students!! Now I can go ahead and do it.

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  57. You ladies make that look so easy! I so need a bind it all. Love your little book.

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  58. I had heard many times about the bind it all but never saw it used before. Thanks so much Robyn and Karlee for the enabling. LOL A BIA is now on my wish list. :)

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  59. Hi
    I tried stamping with different inks on the same image. I "scraplifted" some ideas from your butterfly card episode. It turned out beautiful.I made 2 for mother's day cards and even had mother/daughter time with my DD. This is fun. Thanks!
    snichols@zoominternet.net

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  60. Here is my challenge. Now i think i will try and make something else with this cartridge since i was able to figure this one out. Thanks.http://2bis2do.blogspot.com/2009/05/pink-stamper-challenge-2.html

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  61. I have a BIA I have not used. This gives me some confidence! Thanks!

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  62. Here's a link to our Challenge #2 items.

    http://reneescreativejourney.blogspot.com/2009/05/challenge-2.html

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  63. I lodet upp a new prosjekt on my blog :-) for Challenge #2
    Try Something New. I traid aut the new crackle paint I got 2 days ago.That was fun :-)

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  64. Here's my page for the second challenge. Thanks Robyn.

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1333401?cat=500&ppuser=50491

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1333402?cat=500&ppuser=50491

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  65. Thanks for this BIA tutorial. So much better than reading the instructions! My pink BIA is still new and I haven't actually used it that much. Your video is really helpful.

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  66. Hey there Robyn you and Karlee did a great job on this video.

    You two make this look so easy. I don't have a bind it all but after watching this video, I might own one soon.

    Have a great day ladies!!!!

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  67. I am having so much fun. here is the link for this challenge. They are numbered on my site.

    http://lc-crafts.webs.com/apps/blog/

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  68. Lisa Sturgill5/02/2009 12:50 PM

    LOVE the way she covered the chipboard..I need to try that!!! Thanks gals!

    LisaRN499@aol.com

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  69. Have to get one of those!!
    Thanks!
    Julie
    jvilleneuve100@yahoo.ca

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  70. Just finished challenge No2. My unused item was the Stampin' Up! canvas cuts used for the sentiment! At this rate, I may get the challenges done by Monday! Ha. Here is my link:
    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1333438?cat=500&ppuser=189579

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  72. You are so creative. I get lots of ideas from you!! Thanks for your great work.

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  73. Here is my entry....thanks for the challenge.

    http://suesscrappinsite.blogspot.com/2009/05/pink-stamper-challenge-2.html

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  74. I just bought the pink BIA. This is awesome, now I can use the new tool now.. Thank you Kylee and Robin!!

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  75. Dont have a binder.. so I do a cheating thing.. hope it works for this challenge.

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  76. OK--never used my copic markers so did a simple card with them. It's in my blog:
    http://wwwpaperhugs.blogspot.com/

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  77. Always wanted to know how the binders worked. Thanks for the demo

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  78. I want the BIA BAD!! Nice to meet you Karlee, my littlest is Carlee :-)
    I tried to use my grommett setter. It is a piece of junk so it still has never been used. I then did use my CM circle cutter thing that I had never used and I was pretty bad at it. I used Mini Mono which I had never used and I used a flower template from OT that I had never used. All the pics can be seen here:
    http://www.myspace.com/noellereese

    This is so much fun! I am having a blast and still have not showered LOL
    N.

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  79. I have always been afraid to do this. but you have made it look so easy... thank you again....



    Starlight535@hotmail.com

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  80. that is such a cute project, thanks for sharing your talents with us Karlee and as always Robyn too :)

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  81. This is so darling. Liked the guest speaker. So glad I just got HK!!

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  82. I wondered how to use that thank you Becky W

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  83. I've always wanted one of these. Someday I will. Never realized it was that easy though. Definatly will have to get one soon.

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  84. Oh, I love the way you covered the front and back of your book! I'll have to try that.
    nellie@fairpoint.net

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  85. I am new to stamping and I stumbled onto your blog. I love, love, love your videos. You are so talented. I can't wait to get started.
    Joan
    jsmith616@stny.rr.com

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  86. You sure are testing me today. LOL

    http://inspiredscrapper-bethany.blogspot.com/2009/05/happy-national-scrapbook-day.html

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  87. Okay, so I used my BIA as well and made a little book to hold t-ball pictures of my son. How easy! I had not used the BIA because I wasn't sure how, now I know. Thanks for the great video.

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  88. Here is the link to my book:
    http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=4506877&mpage=1&key=&#4506877

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  89. Cute project. The kids crying in the background was cracking me up. Oh, how I know those moments!

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  90. Robyn, this really was a challenge for me. I had to find something out of the (many,many!!) things in my stash that I haven't used. I finally settled on some cuts from the HA cart that I hadn't used before. Here's the link to my project: http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=4507473&mpage=1&key=&#4507473

    StephanieDoan from CricutMB
    doans88@pldi.net

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  91. Hi Robyn,

    I just finished NSD challenge #2. I decided to try my glue pad and glitter as I haven't had the opportunity to try it out. Well I am glad I did because I was not happy with the results and it will be going back ASAP! Thanks for encouraging us to try something new.

    You can see my results http://creativecatsdesigns.com

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  92. I bought a craft drill a couple of weeks ago and hadn't even opened it yet so this was a great challenge. I used it to punch the hole in the center of the cover of my tin. Here is the link:
    http://finkerdoodles.blogspot.com/2009/05/national-scrapbook-day-pink-stamper.html

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  93. I made two different notebooks today. I covered them a little differently than your video. I covered each side separately and sanded the edges. You can see both of them at my PhotoBucket page.

    http://s714.photobucket.com/albums/ww147/nikki_crafts/

    Thanks, Nikki

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  94. My new thing to try is my new Cuttlebug! I just got it about 5 hours ago and had to have after watching your great videos! I know it will be great. Thanks again, Jackie scraphappy@wi.rr.com

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  95. Loved the video! I drug my bind it all out and decided to give it a try after seeing this! Here is the link to my blog:
    http://createdbyleanne.blogspot.com/

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  96. I don't have a BIA, YET! I've been eyeballing one, but hadn't convinced myself that I was going to get one...until I saw Karlee's video. GREAT job enabling, Karlee and congrats on your first video!

    Anyway, since I didn't have a BIA, hadn't cut fabric on the Cricut and had the stash of stuff for it, I decided that would be my project. Photos and info can be found on my blog at http://billiesscrappetique.blogspot.com/2009/05/cutting-fabric-with-cricut.html#links

    Thanks for a very fun day!!!

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  97. Awesome. Never seen one of these. Will have to put it one my Want list. Thanks for the good instructions!
    deettawert@YAHOO.COM

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  98. So cute. I recently made a something similar (I even used the Hello Kitty Greetings Cart) for our church's ladies tea. They were for the young girls that attended. The drawing pads were such a hit.

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  99. I've been thinking about getting one! Your inspiring me!

    Stephanie xx
    www.txlonestarangel.blogspot.com

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  100. Well thanks to this video I am the proud owner of a BIA!!! Now I know what my first project will be using it! Thanks for the idea and the awesome video!!!!

    Deb
    deb@rainks.com

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  101. How cute is that book - love the flower.

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  102. I have got to get the bind it all. That is the neatest tool I have seen. You make it look so easy.
    kim
    k1i2m3@cox.net

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  103. Okay. I've had the Cricut Wild Card cartridge for awhile but have been intimidated by it. For challenge #2, I created a card for my DD's teacher for teacher appreciation. Hope you like it!

    http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/fb.aspx?m=4509903

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  104. I LOVE my BIA! So doing something new, I made a CD book! I used the BIA to poke holes in the tops of the CDs, then I covered them with paper. I bound them with my BIA. I had heard about this on a blog one day. It really is cute! It only uses 3 owires.

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  105. Way to have us try new things, Robyn!
    kmward1@mchsi.com

    posting under my scs 1855ward in my gallery!

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  106. I love my hello kitty greetings cartridge! So glad your using it in your videos so i can scraplift:) I love all your videos. Your amazing!

    chyeahitsshelbyy@yahoo.com

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  107. ljjandl@cox.net5/03/2009 6:52 AM

    Yep...going to have to buy now!
    Laura

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  108. Another Great Video..Great to see your friend's making great craft too...A job well done..
    I just love this Bind-it-all..
    On my wish list....!!
    great project..love the paper and the cartridge..
    best wishes and many blessings
    frenchpossum australia...

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  109. This is awesome now I want this now it is a great gift as well thanks for sharing.

    http://alloccationalcraftsnmore.blogspot.com/

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  110. Here is my take for challenge #2. I had bought some flock and Martha Stewart glitter months and months ago, but never gave it a try. I flocked the heart and glittered the wings. TFL!
    http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=4511521&mpage=1&key=&#4511521
    Erin
    erinhammer4@gmail.com

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  111. Robyn, I tried to upload this comment to the pink and brown challenge. There is no comment available there :( My 8 year old Robby made this for your pink and brown challenge.

    http://lisalovesstampinandscrapin.blogspot.com/2009/05/robyns-challenge-1.html

    I hope you enjoy.

    Lisa

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  112. Karlee,

    Great demonstration video. I've seen this product at my craft store, but I wasn't sure what to do with it. Looks like fun. Thanks!

    Jennie K
    tigerlilystimeaway.blogspot.com

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  113. Here is my challenge number two. I used glitter and heat and stick powder by SU.

    Lisa

    http://lisalovesstampinandscrapin.blogspot.com/2009/05/robyns-challenge-2.html

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  114. Thanks for showing this. I've been wondering if I need one.

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  115. I finally got around to altering a lunch pail - something I haven't done before. I kept it pretty simple but think it turned out super cute. Thanks for the inspiration!

    http://nsdesperatehousewife.blogspot.com/2009/05/sunday-scrappin.html

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  116. http://scrugglenamp.blogspot.com/2009/05/nsd-update.html

    Here's my entry

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  117. http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=3353405&mpage=568
    A card I made with a new stamp set - one of the gals in my NSSS group encouraged me to enter it because it's a new stamp I was using and coloring for the first time! It's in post 11352 on the above page.

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  118. Love this project. I really like these papers too!

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  119. I have a BIA and I have never used it! Now that I see how easy it is, I am going to give it a whirl.

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  120. Wow the Bind-it-all looks awesome!! My "something new" was using a scrapbook page with a central image already printed. Here it is!!

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=224007&l=b2124b55fa&id=1646636237

    Mollie

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  121. Thanks Robyn and Karlee! Great video. I probably won't get to this challenge until next week because I have so few supplies unpacked but I definitely will get to it and post on my blog.
    It's adorable. I love the paper.
    Tina
    tiggersscrapplace.blogspot.com

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  122. Hello
    I love your Bind It All book. I hope to get one soon, so I can watch your video for the 10th time again. You do such beautiful work.
    Thank you ,
    Sweetdrops45@aol.com

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  123. http://creationsbyk8.blogspot.com/2009/05/challenge-2.html

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  124. I hope I am doing this right...the iris folding card in this post was new to me

    http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=3353405&mpage=569

    post # 11373

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  125. Hi, I tried my embossing cuttlebug folders, the small cup and the new borders I bought. I had trouble with creasing and getting that flower border to line up! My final product...interesting lol

    http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h19/mtarot/phprEHrCKPM.jpg

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  126. http://diaryofascrapbooker.blogspot.com/2009/05/blog-post.html

    Here is my first stab (pun intended) at paper piercing.
    missy.wa@gmail.com

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  127. totally cute, I've been on the fence about buying one, now i've got to have this gaget. bg in NJ
    tenpinmuse@yahoo.com

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  128. challenge#2

    http://photos-p.friendster.com/photos/73/68/5008637/1_707441748l.jpg

    OR

    http://photos-p.friendster.com/photos/73/68/5008637/1_976280037l.jpg

    -vjmelai24@yahoo.com

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  130. Well, I think I had just about used everything I had in my little craft stash except for the frames from the hodgepodge hardware from stampinup. So, knowing I need to make some Christmas cards, I used a Christmas theme to fit my hardware frame.
    Jennie K
    http://tigerlilystimeaway.blogspot.com/2009/05/something-different.html

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  131. Great job on the video to both Robyn and Karlee!
    I am a cross stitcher and I love to make cards. But the card that I made today is something new for me.
    http://mihastew.blogspot.com/

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  132. Challenge 2: A photo card
    http://melindaswonderfulworld.blogspot.com/

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  133. My Challenge 2 is on my blog!

    http://koalatkreations.blogspot.com/

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  134. I actually did this challenge and didn't even realize it. I wanted a different way to see my pics, but still be able to view things that may be underneath. This is what I cam up with and I used my BIA in a cool way! :)

    Here is the link to Challenge #2!
    http://kathy-thebeautifullife.blogspot.com/2009/05/me-layout.html

    Thanks-
    Kathy

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  135. kadie labadie5/03/2009 10:48 PM

    great video Karlee and Robyn. Would love to win this lovely bind it all notebook. Count me in please! Kadie

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  136. Matilde Hanna5/04/2009 1:49 AM

    Robyn WOW I love that thingie-majigie!!!! What is it called? I've got to get me one!! I LOVE the little book! Thanks Karlee, good job on your video debut!!!!

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  137. I tried my hand at making a clear card. Here is the link:
    http://i377.photobucket.com/albums/oo212/skendle/Pink%20Stamper%20Challenge/IMG_1857.jpg

    Shirley
    skendle@msn.com

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  138. This was my very favorite challenge. I had so much fun doing this but had a terrible time getting the owire going in the right direction. I finally got it though. Thanks again!

    http://yabugginme.blogspot.com/

    Thanks!
    Malisa

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  139. This challenge I chose to be a bag because I never make them so I gave it a try here is the link http://cid-3f453149b3020759.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/National%20Scrapbook%20Day%20Challenges/Challenge%20%7C3%202.jpg

    baramoz@hotmail.com

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  140. Wow! Think I have to have one of these! I tried rub-ons. They came out so so, need more practice.

    Thanks!

    gschucht@yahoo.com

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  141. That is awesome! Karlee did a great job!

    Rhonda
    rnall@ticnet.com

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  142. Here is my challenge #2!

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1335415&cat=17127

    bri_02@msn.com

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  143. Hi Robyn:
    I finally got done with my explsion box. I have always wanted to make one and I am pretty happy with how it turned out. You can see it on my blog
    http://chris-craftsbychris.blogspot.com/

    Thanks,
    Chris
    chrisbuob@centurytel.net

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  144. I always love to experiment with new things so this was alot of fun to do. Thanks for encouraging us to use some of the stuff we have stashed away and forget about sometimes.

    Jeanette
    StmpArtist@aol.com

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  145. I'd never done a flower bouquet pail before! So I made one for Teacher's Appreciation Day :) I really liked this challenge!

    http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a391/hawt_peenk/Teacher_Appreciation_Pail.jpg

    Anna
    (anna242@hotmail.com)

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  146. I bought twinkling h2o (shimmering water colors at the scrapbook expo) I'm making a card. check it out pretty shimmer.

    http://www.cvsphoto.com/album/prints_thumbs.aspx?q=1glZGSI_Mtl4mkbkV7eIZj9wmroAm3qh1WF9BCbZ,fVc-

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  147. Here is my entry for challenge #2

    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn183/mmc123mac/misc343.jpg


    I don't have a bind it all, but I improvised using eyelets with my crop-a-dile. I plan on using this for some Bible verses for encouragement for someone.

    Marilyn C

    mmc123mac@yahoo.com

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  148. My New creation!

    http://oscsilfaso.blogspot.com/2009/05/challenge-2.html

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  149. Hi!
    this is for challenge number 2. since I don't have hardly any supplies for the challenges- I used my sewing and embroidery machines to make this,
    alita.long@gmail.com
    http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q6/Bridalflowers2/NSD%20Challenges/HPIM0286.jpg

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  150. Getting this in just under the time cut-off I hope! Here is my entry for Try Something New. I had a lot of fun making these. I made six in all.
    http://maggiescreations.shutterfly.com/27

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  151. Hope I can still enter. If not, this was still a fun challenge! Can't wait until next year!

    http://crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com/

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  152. Thanks for another awesome video. This reminds me of spring!

    barbara614@insightbb.com

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