No Ragged Edges

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today I want to show you how a really good set of Designer Series Papers will do all of the talking for you. Sometimes you don’t even need to stamp. But when making your paper the focal point make sure your blades are sharp. You don’t want to have ragged edges. HappyContinue reading “No Ragged Edges”

Stack Your Card Stock

It’s Technique Tuesday! Today is more of a tip than a technique. When you are doing multiple projects remember that you can stack your card stock. Instead of only scoring one piece at a time do as many as will fit in the Paper Trimmer. Make sure to use the lines going down to ensureContinue reading “Stack Your Card Stock”

Split It Up

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! What do you do with the pieces of Designer Series Paper that you don’t like? Do you share with a friend or do you wait for a shooting star to give you an idea? Well, consider me a shooting starContinue reading “Split It Up”

Your Toothbrush is for More Than Teeth

It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Usually I talk about Stampin’ Up! products being used in a different way, but today I want to take a normal household object and show you how to use it differently. Grab an old, but clean, toothbrush. Keep it onContinue reading “Your Toothbrush is for More Than Teeth”

Paper trimmer is here!

It’s Sale Saturday! All right…it’s not a sale but it is an awesome announcement! The new Paper Trimmer is here! It is $25 and it cuts like butter. No raggedy edges and no cutting track to lose. If you would like to order one (or two or three) then please use host code EXFPHMFD. ThisContinue reading “Paper trimmer is here!”

Not a card but a trimmer instead.

It’s Tutorial Thursday! Instead of giving you a tutorial for a card or project I am giving you a walk through and review of the new paper trimmer. So take a listen and have a look at our new product coming soon to you. If you want it before then you need to sign upContinue reading “Not a card but a trimmer instead.”

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