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Topic (or question): Glass Matts for cutting Author: Trina Keen
Posts (or replies): 1 Created: 07/09/2007 08:40 PM
Last: 07/09/2007 08:40 PM

When cutting out letter, shapes etc with your craft knife, I find that it is alot easier to cut on a glass matt instead of your normal scrapbooking matt. Not only is it easier to cut on but your craft knife will stay sharper longer as it doesn't blunten it.
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Topic (or question): Ink Pads Author: Trina Keen
Posts (or replies): 2 Created: 07/09/2007 09:12 PM
Last: 09/08/2009 04:35 PM

When the ink in your ink pads start to dry up, store them upside down so the ink runs back to the top.
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Topic (or question): Punches Author: Trina Keen
Posts (or replies): 3 Created: 07/09/2007 09:18 PM
Last: 08/07/2009 10:59 AM

To sharpen your punches, fold a piece of aluminium foil a couple of times and punch through the layers several times.
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Topic (or question): Chipboard letters Author: Leanne Meredith
Posts (or replies): 1 Created: 03/10/2007 08:46 PM
Last: 03/10/2007 08:46 PM

You can never have enough WHITE chipboard letters in your stash.
They go with everything and you can apply anything to them so that they blend in with your layout. Egs, cover in pp, paint them, ink them, embellish them, apply rub-ons, the ideas are endless!
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