Q &A: What is your all time favorite. TV show?

There are so many TV shows put there it is hard to choose. I think my favorite has to be McGyver. I just finished watching all seven seasons.

leave a comment and tell me your favorite show

Brenda

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Do you have any paper crafting questions for me? You can. Send them to Brendalovesherphotos@yahoo.com  Q: Yesterday I was asked, “how do you store your wafer thin dies”?  A: There are many ways to store these dies but for me it is on magnetic sheets and in a wooden boxs that I get from Stamp n storage. www.stampnstorage.com

Hope this helps.

Stamping HugsBrenda

 

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Have you ever wanted to ask a question about Stamping, card Making, or scrapbooking. Well here is the place, ask me your question and I will answer them. I got a question the other day from a customer and here it is.

Q: How do I learn the keep up with my measurements for paper crafting?

A: The best way is practice, practice, practice. When I first started paper crafting I did not remember my fractions from grade school years but I just practiced.  Also here is a diagram of how I learned.

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I would love to scrapbook but I don’t have the time?
Well why not try our new exclusive Project Life by Stampin’ Up!
It is easy to do, you don’t have to worry about a lot of cutting and I can help you get started. All you need is an album, pages, our pre cut papers a marker and your photos, ask me how to get started.

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The other day one of my customers who loves stamping emailed me and said that she was having a problem with her clear mount stamps. She said ” My clear mount stamps are not sticking to my clear blocks, what should I do”?
I told her that she could do one of three things:
1. Use your snail and put a little bit on the back of your stamp.
2. Get Stampin’ Ups two way glue pen and apply it all over the back of the stamp and let dry. Then it will stick.
3. Or three buy some Aleenes tack it over and over again from your local craft store. Mix equal parts glue and water, and add a thin
coat to the back of your stamps. Let dry and you are good to go.
Brenda

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