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1  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Scrapbooking: Discussion and Questions / cuttlebug vs.Criket (sp)vs sizex cutters on: June 07, 2007 08:24:55 PM
Or any other die shape cutter thing a majig. I am doing alot of stamping now I have my new crafting space at home and have vowed to pull out the 2 scrap books I started a few years back and finish them as well as my sons books.  I was thinking about adding  one of these  to use in my room for both my cards and scrapbooks.  Many stampers use the cuttlebug  because it has embossing folders  for dry embossing  I have not looke much at any of them  yet I was waiting for after vaction to buy one and would look then, Money is not really a problem I have saved up $500  to buy one with templates and other supplies I might NEED.  I wanted to know what y'all on here used and what you liked and disliked about it.  It hink word of mouth will ultimately be how I buy if one gets lots of bad reviews.  TIA
2  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Scrapbooking: Discussion and Questions / Show me your scrapping/Stamping Space on: May 08, 2007 06:12:40 PM
I am in the process of taking over the study, the entire thing to do with anyway I like.  I have want to turn it into a craft room but I mainly stamp and scrapbook  so I need the main area  and table set up so I don't cover my entire workspace with junk I want it to be easy to get to at my fingertips and easy to put back into place when finished with it to move onto my next page. ( I.E. Stamp organizations, ribbon, glues, tapes embellishments etc)

If any of you have been lucky enough to move off of the dining room table into your own space could you show me yours?
3  Texas / Texas: North Central / Does anyone know of on: April 09, 2007 02:53:10 PM
A glass outlet in DFW.  I am needing to buy in bulk some Martini glasses and pitchers  for a project, and I know there is one in Dallas Or Richardson somewhere But I can't find it ont eh internet and I do not have a Dallas Phone book.
4  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / My Painted martini Set on: March 30, 2007 03:53:47 PM
Ok, so I made a martini set for my sisters birthday, I made her a party in a  box.  I sent her appetizer stuff a cake and a martini set and then I made a martini recipe book to go along with it , wi ll post a few pics of the recipe book too.  I took it to UPS to ship it and both ladies ordered a set from me complete with a recipe book for $75.  Ineed to find cheaper glasses to do this too, I spent about $25 for the set and the $5 for each jar of paint, I have the paint now  so it will be cheaper  but the book took me all day to do, but I had a blast. I  could have made it more impressive, but my isster likes Polka Dots, so Viola!


Let me know what you think and any ideas on how you could make it better! Smiley


I also made glass charms for each glass


Here is just some of the martini book I actually did 25 recipes, these are actual names of recipes that made itfun to make!





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