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Old 11-22-2006, 01:58 PM   #105
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Originally Posted by vhalvers
HELP .... I have a difficult time figuring out what the dimensions are. Can someone provide some tips? I'm the type of person who will measure 14 times and STILL CUT IT WRONG That's why I'm not a carpenter

Thanks for any advice you can offer.
Rox included the measurements in her samples. This is from that link.
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[IMG]//[/IMG] Measurements: navy narrow panels are all 1” wide, 4 ¼” or 2 7/8” long, middle navy panel: 1 3/4” by 3 1/16”. Make sure your card measures exact to the normal size of 4.25 by 5.5”. Mine is just a tad off.
Snowflakes are just random stamped. I used a positioner for the sentiment, snowballs, snowman and largest snowflake. The snowflake brad is pressed in the VersaMark pad, into the white embossing powder, heated and then immediately pressed into the glitter. Slow but sure I’ll get my glitter used up; I bought it as a mistake when I was a new stamper because it was stocked with the embossing powder, dirty trick Joann’s!
The largest snowflake on the main panel was embossed with heat and stick then glittered. All panels are sponged on the edges and the middle panel is distressed with a tool then rubbed in the navy stamp pad.
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