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I actually just bend mine back and forth til they break.
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I don't use anything, just gently bend where they're connected until it snaps.
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I can't wait to see the DT sample cards for this one! I'm sure they will be amazing and give me some good inspiration!!
Would this be a good time to admit that I still haven't stamped my sketch card yet? LOL I had so much fun stamping for the New Product Tour that i forgot to leave time for the sketch card. Can you guess what I am about to start doing?
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I had to go digging but found my first MFT card in Sept. 2008, Flopsey card. I'm a slow learner I guess. LoL took me awhile to catch on
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All this talk about MFT being 7 got me to thinking about my first MFT stamp set. I saw the Say Charge stamp set on SCS and fell in love with MFT!

These were the first three cards I made with MFT stamps back in October of 2007! LMAO
Julie!! What a blast from the past!!! I had to go look for my first few cards...Nov and Dec of 2008 (although I KNOW I bought some WTG stamp sets before then, when I still lived in Canada).
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I actually just bend mine back and forth til they break.
Are the tabs still on one side? I did that with the bracket edge duo and now one of them has sharp tab edges.
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Would this be a good time to admit that I still haven't stamped my sketch card yet? LOL I had so much fun stamping for the New Product Tour that i forgot to leave time for the sketch card. Can you guess what I am about to start doing?
Oooo - the pressure is on! Maybe you should video yourself as you create, to let us watch your thought process!!!
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Would this be a good time to admit that I still haven't stamped my sketch card yet? LOL I had so much fun stamping for the New Product Tour that i forgot to leave time for the sketch card. Can you guess what I am about to start doing?
Sort of like remembering the night before a final exam that you still need to study.
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I use magnetic sheets and put them in clear CD sleeves. If you get the Blueprints, that is the way they come. (on a magnetic sheet)
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I'm no help, I haven't cut apart but I do cut paper the size for a specific area to cut.
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For *most* of mine I can bend them apart easily enough. But for a few of them, like the brackets and the Snow Drifts, these would be handy.

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Julie!! What a blast from the past!!! I had to go look for my first few cards...Nov and Dec of 2008 (although I KNOW I bought some WTG stamp sets before then, when I still lived in Canada).
Wasn't it fun to look back? Your cards are fabulous!
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I think I made my first MFT card in 2008 as well,, maybe 2007... was with the now retired Baby's Firsts set (I think that was what it was called, had two sheep, a rocking horse...)
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Are the tabs still on one side? I did that with the bracket edge duo and now one of them has sharp tab edges.
Yes, I think some of them still have the little connectors - if that's what you mean. It hasn't affected the stamping that I've noticed, though. I did hear somewhere that you could use your tonic scissors to cut them... like the nice ones we use to cut out rubber stamps with... in the dark ages.
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Congratulations my friend!! Look for an email from me in a moment!

yes, it's NINE! Nine at once, I love that you can make such quick work of your projects with this clever design. Fabulous!

How gorgeous is this beautiful card from Lisa Johnson? I'm in love!
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This was a fantastic release. I can't remember the last time that I found so many products that wowed me. The team did an awesome job on presentation. And so....my list is getting so large. Thanks for the shopping list.
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For *most* of mine I can bend them apart easily enough. But for a few of them, like the brackets and the Snow Drifts, these would be handy.

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Thanks Joanne ... do yours have any sharp edges?
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For *most* of mine I can bend them apart easily enough. But for a few of them, like the brackets and the Snow Drifts, these would be handy.

Steel Snips
Sigh... keeping adding to my wishlist...
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Yes, I think some of them still have the little connectors - if that's what you mean. It hasn't affected the stamping that I've noticed, though. I did hear somewhere that you could use your tonic scissors to cut them... like the nice ones we use to cut out rubber stamps with... in the dark ages.

Oops! ... the CUTTING not the stamping!!
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I remember you MAKING all those cards when we first met. And I'm pretty sure at least one of them is downstairs in my STAMPERS HALL OF FAME collection in my studio.
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That's not a bad idea ... I was also thinking of sanding the edge a bit so it wasn't a sharp piece of steel.
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The only one that had a sharp edge was the brackets when I separated them, the others broke cleanly. I took a nail file and filed the daylights out of it and now it's good.
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I hadn't seen those! They'd be perfect!!
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Good idea!
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You can use these to snip off most of the tabs that is left. That is what I do: Steel Snips
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If I want to cut the little tabby things close for words and stuff I'll use a small pair of wire cutters, otherwise I just bend them to break them apart.
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The New Release is now available RIGHT HERE!!

Brand Spankin' New

It's now time to SHOP!
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