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What would you really like to be on your gift list this year? Do you have your eyes on stamps, die cuts, copic markers ect.? I keep a notebook of stuff I'd like to have. The one item I really want is a Big Shot. I would also like to have copic markers or Tim holtz distressed inks. Wondering which one is better? I am going to drop hints to hubby.
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I want circle Nestabilities. I already have the rectangles and ovals. Now I want the circles!! I would also like the Grand ovals nestabilities (the bigger ovals).
I recently found a Bigshot on Amazon for $54, with free shipping. I already had one, but found this one for a friend. Right now on Amazon it is $59.88. If you want a lower price, just keep checking back and good luck!
For Copics, the best prices I've found are at Oozak.com.
I have Tim Holtz Distress inks too, but have bought them from all over, and don't really have a clear idea of where the best prices for those are.
Thank you all so much for all the cards for SCS member Ladybug91743 Marie-alice. She is done with chemo now and preparing for a double mastectomy. She loves the cards!!
I need a new paper trimmer...all of my trimmers cut the paper a little wonky. Or maybe it's me and I just need new glasses!! I'm looking at a couple of different paper trimmers and leaning towards a guillotine cutter this time. You will love the Big Shot...so much fun!!
I have so much stash I don't really think I need anything apart from ... time!
Working full time makes it difficult to do too much. It's our own small business so the hours are long. Yes, that's what I'd like - a big box of spare time!
I would like a new Bind It All. I have an older blue one that is nearly worn out so a new one would be nice to have.
Apart from that I'd love just little bits and pieces I think ... I seem to be collecting dies at the moment so some more of them would make my collection very nice.
I'm still wavering about a Cricut. I would love to have one to cut letters for scrapbook titles but I don't want the machine and the endless quest for cartridges to take over my life. I think for Christmas I'll get new cookware and ask for a Cricut for a b'day or Mother's Day gift.
A new paper trimmer for sure! Maybe a few Distress Markers to play with..and a few Distress inks too. I only have maybe 5 or 6. I am SO Tired of changing the blade on my little Fiskars trimmer. I use a good deal of watercolor paper and that stuff dulls a blade like nothing else. That's about it..I am a simple girl with way too much as it is LOL
Two words: Copic Markers. Who doesn't want more? I mean c'mon, it's a rainbow of over 350 colors and I want everyone of 'em (Sitting at about 40-ish right now). I wouldn't mind some more stamps, dies, inks, embossing folders, and etc, either. Like I need more stuff. Ha!
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I would like a Gift Certificate from Scrap-Mart.
A couple of times a year they have a 40% off ALL Spellbinders or Justrite stamps. I got one last year and was able to get a lot more when I used it during one of their big sales
I also want a Laser printer to use for Digis. I have my eye on one from Brothers but I am waiting to see if I can get a better price on Black Friday . I may buy that myself unless I can find one for $50.
Our family does not go overboard on Christmas gifts . We have a limit of no more that $50 for a person's gift, and under $50 is fine. None of us are in need so there is no reason anyone should stretch their budgets to buy expensive gifts.
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