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Old 07-22-2006, 07:02 AM   #1  
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Ok this might sound like a stupid question...but i have not figured this one out yet. how do you attach words into the hardware to put it in a card. i know you stamp on cs and then how???
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I use Crystal Effects to glue my words into the hardware. Just a bit on the lip of the piece works for me.
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how do you cut the piece of cs to size to fit the hardware? this is where my confusion is...
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I just lay my frame on the paper and lightly trace around with a pencil. Then cut out a smidge inside my line.
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stampin up has new oval punches in the new cattie that supposedly are made for this exact purpose!!
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