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Old 08-23-2006, 06:28 AM   #1  
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Hi ladies, just wondering if you could tell me what your most versitile wheel is? which one do you get the most use out of??? Thank you in advance!
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Old 08-23-2006, 06:41 AM   #2  
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I'm a former demo but I LOVE that gingerbread man. Especially at Christmas. Those cute little boxes (with the 3 chocolates in them) were adorable. I made about 90 of those last year. Just as "thinking of you" gifts to my ex-coworkers since I'd just retired in June. Great for toppers too, and filled with Teddy grahams. Quick easy demo. JMO

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My fav for any season is Hot to Dot!
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I love the new Spot On wheel! I have used it tons already on cards and in scrapbooks.
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I would second Hot to Dot, but I really recommend Gifts Galore. The presents work great for Christmas or birthday!
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My favorite wheel right now is one of the new jumbo wheels - Rough Around the Edges. I love it!
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My recent favorite is Watercolor Vine.
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For jumbo I love Swirling Stars and turn to it for both scrapbooking and card backgrounds.

For standard wheel I think that Watercolor Joy is super pretty!

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I'm looking for standard size wheel, I forgot to mention that..thank you for those who have responded.
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I love the new Spot On wheel! I have used it tons already on cards and in scrapbooks.
I have used this whee a TON! I love it!
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I love On the Spot and the Rough Around the Edges. I've used both of these alot lately.
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Hot to Dot is my favorite - it goes with boy/girl and is just plain fun! It compliments most sets, except the vintage look.
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Definitely Hot to Dot!! It goes with everything!
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Hot to Dot... you can color in a few of the dots to make your own favorite color combo of patterned paper, and it also looks great on wrapping paper.
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I've been having trouble with edges on my hot to dot wheel! It is the only wheel that I consistently have this problem with. Do you think mine is defective or is there some technique that I'm not using that would help?

Has anyone else had this problem with their hot to dot wheel?

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I have the same problem with my hot to dot wheel! But it's still my favorite and most used wheel! I try to be sure my cartridge is juicy and then just wheel it gently, without much pressure and that seems to take care of it.
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Another vote for SPOT ON.
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Whirly-Twirly's my most versatile wheel. I use it just to make a cute background, or to simulate water, wind, smoke, etc. You'll find you can pair it with a lot of our sets: By Sea, Backyard BBQ, Snowflakes, Happy Camper, etc.

Since it's not an image but more of a motif, you'll get a lot of use out of it.

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Another vote for Hot to Dot - VERY versatile and you can also wheel it over several times to get a patterned paper effect.
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=40222

Here is another example of Hot to Dot - I love this wheel and use it a lot:
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I agree with the Hot to dot recommendation. I also LOVE the twinkle wheel. Being a star shape you can use it for a variety of occasions.
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For me, it is a toss up between Hot to Dot and Whirly Twirly. Both are so versatile! Good Luck finding the right one for you!
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I love the new Spot On wheel! I have used it tons already on cards and in scrapbooks.
I also like Spot On and the Boadacious Jumbo Wheel
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I'm looking for standard size wheel, I forgot to mention that..thank you for those who have responded.
Whoops didn't see this - Hot to Dot is a winner for the standard wheels!
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