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Old 11-01-2010, 09:20 AM   #1
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Talking glad I paid for this...

To go with the "wish I hadn't paid for this" thread I was wondering what are some tools you ARE glad you have?

For me it is my T-square ruler, SU Perfect Layers, ATG and unmounting all my stamps.

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Cuttlebug & Folders, ATG Gun couldn't live without it!
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My Stamp-a-ma-jig. I put off getting one forever because "who really needs that?!" but once I finally got one, I don't see how I ever did without it. It's one of my most used items (aside from cutters).
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For me it's gotta be my Copic markers, Silhouette, and the Slice. I LOVE my copics (although I was recently introduced to Tombows and they were pretty fun) and I don't regret that purchase at all. I have run into so many people that have said they bought a few colours but just didn't like them... (nevermind the fact that they probably didn't purchase compatible colours and therefore probably didn't get great results. And I have found that most people need hands-on lessons to learn the blending techniques...)

I also love love love my Silhouette. I don't use it daily or anything, but it works really well, I love the new software and the die cuts available through the online store, and the projects I make with it look really professional. I like the Slice because it's handy to have right on my workspace, and it's really easy to use.
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My cuttlebug and nestabilities...Also my Changito stampendous stamps.
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My Genesis paper cutter. It was worth every penny.
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Definitely my Scor-Pal!! I can't believe how many years I spent measuring and scoring with a ruler!!!
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Genesis trimmer (and REALLY glad I got it when I did-about 8 yrs ago-it was cheaper back then)
stamp a ma jig
copic markers (I do wish I hadn't bought so many though)
ATG but it was a gift. But I would buy one in a second.
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Cuttlebug, ATG, and ScorePal. Love them all!!

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SU stamps (all unmounted now), wheels (love wheels) and SU dye ink and pens.

Cricut Expression, Cricut Cake and Gypsy and all the cartridges I have (I'm careful about what to buy so I don't duplicate)

Cuttlebug embossing folders and I use now for my Sizzix Original dies, much easier on my hands than my old red Sizzix which I loved. The Old Red Sizzix and dies that are duplicates to my cartridges was donated to a teacher to use.

ATG gun, wow, way faster than double stick tape. Bone folder, Crimper, Ott Lite, Martha Stewart Score Board and all the other accumulated supplies. Flocking, glitter, glitter glues and embossing powders, I just love the look of these embellishments.

I'm addicted, I like the stuff I purchase, although sometimes I get carried away and have to create something to use up my, "Oh, I bought these why?" purchases, LOL!!!
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Old 11-01-2010, 04:17 PM   #11
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embossing folders
Martha Stewart glitter
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My Genesis paper cutter. I've had it for years and it still cuts like a charm, Also my cuttlebug folders and all my SU stamp sets and paper.
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Genesis paper trimmer, Scor-Pal, Cuttlebug, Nesties, Ott light, ATG...
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Tonight it was my heat gun...I made 14 of those beaded pens and they would not stay glued. I was about to toss them and then read that heating might help...and it did!

Scorepal, Tonic Cutter, and redesigning my craft room and buying new furniture for the sole purpose of crafting. Why did I wait so long???

Now I need to make the drapes since the wedding is over...75 invites, 120 m&m candy jars, 6 scrapbooks, 120 thank you cards...that room was busy the last year!
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Don't think I could make a card without my stamp a ma jig and scoreboard. For a long time I thought the Scor pal was silly. But y'all convinced me to try. How did I live w/out it? And another thing I thought was crazy was the ATG. Again y'all tempted me. I got one at Ms yesterday ($39 and used a 50% coupon) and I'm hooked. Can't quit picking it up and glueing things. Even tried glueing the dog to the cat but the bond wasn't quite strong enough!
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my ScrapRack
- So nice that I can actually find my items now instead of living in a perpetual mess. I used to get so frustrated and spent most of my time just looking for things. I'm still adding to it, but it is so nice when packing for a crop.

my ATG.
-Would never want to go back to small tape runners.
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My stamp collection.
My ink collection.
My Copic marker collection.
Stamp-a-ma-jig!
My Spica & Sakura glitter gel pen collection.
Good white cardstock.
Black cardstock.
My patterned paper collection.
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All the storage to keep the above collections collected.
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In the category of TOOLS, probably my Genesis Trimmer would be #1. It's not perfect, but way ahead of all the other trimmers I tried over the years. #2 would be my ATG gun and 3M gold tape. #3 would be my Score-It. I also have all the other Scoring tools but Score-It is the only one that makes deep enough scoring lines to be beautiful. It's not perfect either, but is way ahead of all the other ones.

For what I consider TOYS, my 50% -off Cuttlebug tickles me every time I use it. SUCH fun!
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My Stamp positioner, scalpel & blades, metal edged quilters ruler, Versafine inks,Heat buddy heat gun, cuttlebug & embossing folders, nestabilities, Silhouette and X cut guillotine.
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I'm glad I broke down and finally bought all the supplies to unmount and organize ALL my stamps. It wasn't that expensive (TIO&O, binders, page protectors, & acetate sheets), but it was a huge job and took about 6 weeks to finally get it all done. Now, my stamps are so organized and I'm not riffling through boxes trying to find that one perfect stamp I need.
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In the category of TOOLS, probably my Genesis Trimmer would be #1. It's not perfect, but way ahead of all the other trimmers I tried over the years. #2 would be my ATG gun and 3M gold tape. #3 would be my Score-It. I also have all the other Scoring tools but Score-It is the only one that makes deep enough scoring lines to be beautiful. It's not perfect either, but is way ahead of all the other ones.

For what I consider TOYS, my 50% -off Cuttlebug tickles me every time I use it. SUCH fun!
How is your trimmer not perfect? when I first got mine it was off a smidge. I contacted the company and they had me send it to them and the recalibrated it.
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Cuttlebug, dies and embossing folders. Also my Martha Stewart punches. Unfortunately with all these goodies, my actual "stamping" has declined.
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Hands down, no doubt about it, 100% glad that I purchased the Perfect Layers tools. I have had them for many years now and I use them on nearly every paper crafting project I do.
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Has to be my big Tonic Cutter, my Cuttlebug and my Nestabilities. Doubt I ever do a card without using these three things!!
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All my ribbon
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SU Marker set-I use them all the time-but not for coloring, just on the stamps.
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I forgot my Fiskars paper trimmer (the blue one with the orange blades) - I use it for everything. And my reverse tweezer.
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Big shot (although my DH paid for it...Christmas present last year): it's so much easier to use than my CB (for my big dies anyway).

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Every stinkin single DIENAMIC I OWN!!!! My PTI Papers and my OTT LIGHT! LOL
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My cuttlebug, my embossing folders, and my scor-pal.

PS: Kelli, I am looking into an Ott Light and am wondering what size you have? I looked at them today, but too many choices, so decided to wait. And then see here you have one. Any recommendations? Would a small one work as well as a larger, floor model one? Thanks.
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The simple stuff:

Stamp-a-ma-jig: How did I ever get by without it?

Mini glue dots: My cards actually go together quickly and stay together

Fiskars paper trimmer: I just discovered the scoring blade after about 8 years of using it strictly as a cutter

My stamp cabinet (Stanton 14-Drawer Wide Storage Cart - Storage Carts & Chests - Storage & Organization - Home Decor | HomeDecorators.com) makes it so easy to find the stamp I'm looking for

A large supply of good white and cream cardstock. I use one of these for every card, and only have to restock infrequently.
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my Magnolia stamps love them to death.
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LOL, I'd love to know that myself! Sounds intriguing...

OK, on further searching, I think ALL ATG tapes are "reverse wound." It's just a term applied to the style of tape roll. I think... I just read in one place that, "...JVCC ATG-7502 ATG Tape, like all ATG tapes, is reverse wound on the roll so it is designed to be used in an ATG dispenser/gun..."
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LOL, I'd love to know that myself! Sounds intriguing...

OK, on further searching, I think ALL ATG tapes are "reverse wound." It's just a term applied to the style of tape roll. I think... I just read in one place that, "...JVCC ATG-7502 ATG Tape, like all ATG tapes, is reverse wound on the roll so it is designed to be used in an ATG dispenser/gun..."
Yes, oops.. sorry I didn't explain. I buy the JVCC ATG 7502 tape in lieu of the 3M/Scotch brand. It's much cheaper, and I find it to be wound better, stick better with less glue globs and strings, and no weird odor.
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all of my stamps, my big kick, distress inks (had to have every color!)...and glad i paid to attend some classes taught by Wendy Vecchi...FAB-U-LOUS!
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I started a thread similar to this on October 25. See Why didn't I buy this sooner? for more of people's favorite products!

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