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  • Re: Club CK Forums

    I understand changes are necessary, not thrilled with them, but I usually don't like them at first. Maybe I will have better luck with digi issues soon. So far, I just keep dropping subscriptions to magazines with 'more digi content' as I purchase more for the enjoyment of reading with a cup of coffee in my favorite chair while holding my
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Tue, Jun 4 2013
  • Re: Random question

    Sometimes - if the layout calls for it. I received some wonderful fat quarters in the October Afternoon Farm prints, so some were used as shapes, some just strips with simple knots for bows. Other times I have used an entire outfit (think baby size for a special, definitely dimensional layout - I love lumpy pages). I love to take the pockets off old
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 1 2013
  • Re: Natural Fibers - Favorites? Great Time to Submit!

    I also like to use real wool (sheep here too), chicken feathers (cleaned), pressed flowers and grasses.
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Sat, Sep 1 2012
  • Re: What to do with sweater/clothes tags?

    I use them as little ephemera embellishments. Take the part with the size off - stick those to sides of photos or journal spots as appropriate. then I use the tags themselves with either flowers or other embellishments just for decoration. However, I need to try the pocket thing once I have enough tags :)
    Posted to Cards, Crafts & Decor (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Gift Card holders (Hope)

    Paper Phenomenon's website has one she did as a Christmas card (December 2011 post) with a 9x6 envelope - leaves room for photo tags and all if you want something like that. Here is one I did based on her idea - not exactly the same, but they are quick and easy to put together -- here are a couple unembellished ones - closed (i am making personalize
    Posted to Cards, Crafts & Decor (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Make your very own washi tape!

    Thanks for reminder - I did this and it with another method and it works great! Now I can have whatever print I need at my fingertips. It also works wonderfully using the thin old dictionary/encyclopedia pages and a xyron
    Posted to Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Accordian Card or Mini Album Video Tutorial

    turned out beautiful - thanks for the link too!
    Posted to Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Help - Putting a Tassel on a Layout

    I put them on with either glue dots or fastenator. I have also just punched a hole in the page and taped the part used to hang the tassle to the back. Once the sheet protector is over the top, I haven't had any issues (and some are pretty old)
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Eyelets ?

    I started with a hammer and punch, then found the fiskars ones on clearance. I use the small one a lot for tiny holes. They are also the ones I take to crops. I have the cropadile at home and it is great for punching through as well. It is much quieter than the fiskars punches, but if you are starting out, it is pricier. Since I have space - I keep
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: What stays and what goes

    Good luck with your move. I would agree with the other posters - figure out your favorite tools/pens first, then papers. If you know you have a limited space (I did for years) - figure how much you will allow yourself and stick to it. I had a rubbermaid 18 gallon tote, my tote on wheels that I took to crops and one other smaller tote bag that held my
    Posted to Scrapbooking (Forum) by Scraprageous on Wed, May 9 2012
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