Thank you

by Susan M
(Florida)

Fan fold flower

Fan fold flower

Thank you. I stumbled across your site when I was searching on what to do with acetate die cut embellishment as a card maker. It was through a web referral from Yahoo answers and I was enchanted with your acetate roses. Never thought of heating acetate. Shrink film yes, but not acetate unless they are the same.

Also, I was pleased with how to use the Radiant Rain paint daubers, taking the lid off and using different ways.

I noticed when I was making lentil soup, how nice and flat these lentils were and maybe I could craft with them, such as brad heads. Have you used lentils in your projects before?

Susan M, new subscriber to Paper Twists.

My latest love has been making the fan fold flowers by hand using a score board, but I'm shocked to see what the manufacturers sell them for in a strip die -I wonder how nice it would be to use a roller to crease out the intervals or a comb like instrument to pull down through the grooves on a scoreboard. Similar in thought to the multiple scissor blade that came out awhile back and didn't go over very well.

Also, it would be nice if the next scoreboards would be lighted.

Just wanted to write a thank you.
Susan M.
New subscriber

Encountered web issues when tried to load a picture. So some other time.

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Hi Susan :)

Thank you so much for taking the time to write and tell me what you enjoyed about PaperCraftCentral.com. I am so glad you found me through Yahoo Answers.

You know, lentils would make cute craft embellishments :) I had not used them before but may be raiding my pantry sometime soon to find some for a project!

I liked your ideas about the score boards too. I'm hoping Stampin' Up1 will bring out their own score board in Australia someday soon. It is such a handy tool for papercrafting.

I would love to see pictures of your papercrafts one day. Just a hint - it may be the jpegs are too large for the program to handle, unless they are about 640 pixels square or smaller in size?

Happy crafting

Susan

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