November 8

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

April Jackson

What state do you live in?


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  • Hi April, glad to hear from you! Hope all is going well for you:)
  • So glad YOU are a member of our Late Night Stamper group April. Make sure to check out our Treasure Hunt game with $150.00 stamp prize! http://www.stampinconnection.com/group.LNS


    Bev Farmer

  • Hi April, I stamped the Bells and Boughs stamp in black staz on a thick window sheet. I compared Stampin' Up!'s clear sheets with every other brand I could get my hands on and it is the hands down best for clear cards. Then colored it with a copic marker. I know ....just a little cheat. Have a wonderful day!
  • Hi there April, My Wicked Halloween Card is a regular gate fold in the Basic Black Card Stock. Scored 2 1/8" from each end. The circles can be cut with the Circle Scissors Plus or the Coluzzle. Mine are cut with a 1/4" thickness. The Old Olive one is 3 5/8" on the outer edge, the cajun craze circle is 3 1/8" and the black circle is 2 5/8". When sticking the circles down start with the biggest and only put adhesive on the one side of the circle. Then put adhesive on the opposite side of the next circle. Then with the black circle, only put adhesive on the same side as the first circle. I punched out the boots with the 1 3/4" circle punch and the other circles were punched with the 1 1/4". 1" and 3/4" circle punches.
    Hope this helps! Have fun!
  • Glad I could help :)
  • I don't have it in front of me...but....the shim and the double mat board template take the place of the acrylic plate you would put on the bottom. So...you just follow the directions for an embossing folder...I believe it's the second tab...one open. Hope this makes sense!
  • Hi! I made a template using mat board the size of a card. I cut it in a wave from one corner to the next...if that makes sense, and then glued it to another mat board the same size as the card. When I put it through the Big Shot, my sandwich is...a shim, my template, the embossing folder with the cardstock inside, and a clear plate. Just be sure the wave is going in the direction you want and the texture is on the right side. If it isn't, just cut it and mount it with an extra layer!
  • I think the answer to swap papers that are textured with someone who likes that with smooth papers that you prefer is a bit too difficult. First, you need to find that person and if they don't live next door to as these two demonstrators you will both need to pay postage to swap the paper. Not only has the cost of paper increased but now you incur the postage cost. Sounds like a great idea, but not practical in mosty instances.
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