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Betsy Veldman
I'm a wife, a scrapbooker and SAHM to three super kids.
Interests: stamping, reading, scrapbooking, sewing, being a mom, quilting, papercrafting
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Oh, no! I would recommend emailing customer service to see if they can help you out with that. support@papertreyink.zendesk.com
Hi Sue - the tulip cart canopy was stenciled with True Black ink onto white cardstock. The box portion of the cart and the wheels were cut from white cardstock. The front cart-shaped panels were cut from Berry Sorbet cardstock. The tulips were cut from one of the patterned papers. I hope that helps! :-)
I use it in my MISTI too! This is actually a leftover piece from one I cut down for my MISTI.
Hi Debbie - do you have the metal shim that Papertrey sells? I find its a must for detailed dies like this. Also, you could try running it through your machine once, turning it 90 degrees and running it through again. If youre still having trouble you might try putting some masking or washi tape on the back side of the die in the areas that arent giving you a clean cut.
Hmmmmm... Im drawing a complete blank on this, Judy! Did I share it with a project or something else? I havent deleted anything.
Haha! I know, Dawn informed me yesterday! Im confused, obviously, but will be back on track now, hopefully! :-)
No, sorry - the stencils were exclusive to the kit!
Hi Sherry! The soup recipe can be found here: http://www.livingafrugallife.com/chicken-noodle-soup-in-a-jar-a-cheap-healthy-meal/
Hi Sandy - thank you for your kind words! I updated my post with a link to the recipe, which can be found here: http://www.livingafrugallife.com/chicken-noodle-soup-in-a-jar-a-cheap-healthy-meal/
Hi Julie - thanks for your excitement about this! Im afraid the download is something that was an exclusive perk for purchasing the kit and will not be made available to those purchasing the individual stamps and dies.
Hi there! I used a metallic brush pen, the brand name is X-Pro...sorry I dont have more info on it, I honestly cant remember where I got it and couldnt find it online with a quick Google search. Thinking I might have picked it up at Hobby Lobby.
Hi Susan - make sure you are inserting the clear lids the right way. They have a bit of a lip on them that is meant to rest on the top of the tube. If you try to push them into the tube lip side first you will have trouble - I know this because I did it the first time I tried to assemble one! I hope this helps!
Are you referring to the tubes? They are here: https://www.papertreyink.com/kits/kraft-window-tubes-4-tubes/
Oh good, I was hoping you would see this! I added your link to my post, Birgit - thank you! :-)
If you got an email confirmation with an order number you should be good to go, but if youre in doubt dont hesitate to contact customer service and they can help you out! Thanks for being so patient! Sent from my iPhone
Hi Louanne! I always diecut first and then stamp. I find it helpful to place my diecut on a contrasting background. Make sure the little window cut-outs have all been poked out and then use those window openings as a reference point for lining up the stamp. I hope that helps!