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Old 01-06-2006, 03:22 AM   #1  
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Default cutting Watercolour crayons in half???

I have a customer who is interested in getting a set and splitting them with someone. I told her I would find out if anyone has done this and how they did it, how it worked for them, was it a good idea? If you have any experience with this, I would love to hear your input. Thanks so much!
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I haven't done it myself, but I read a post somewhere in the demo forum that indicated that 2 customers had done so. It actually is a pretty good idea if you are short on cash because they last forever and ever! I use mine a lot and they look brand new.
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My upline and I talked about it. We even bough one set between us. But, when they came, they were just too beautiful to cut - so we didn't. We just take turns with them. It work for now - someday we'll buy a second set.
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I know what you mean - I could never cut my own but in a way I could see why they're interested. They can see from using mine how long they will last and since they don't stamp much, it seemed like it might be a good idea for them. Thanks for your input - keep 'em coming
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Great idea! Wish I'd thought of it before I bought mine...
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