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Connee 05-18-2004 08:53 AM

Language clarification
I have been trying to figure out what ISO, THO and CASE means for weeks. I hate being out of the loop. Definitions please?

jbalcer 05-18-2004 09:01 AM


ISO = In Search Of. That's pretty self explanatory!

THO = Totally Hands On. Used when describing a workshop style. As in, my workshop guests enjoy learning more about rubberstamping through my Totally Hands On presentation. THO is more of a board abbreviation.

CASE = Copy and Steal (or Share) Everything. Used when you are going to make your own version, or a duplicate, of a card/project you've seen somewhere else. As in, I am going to CASE that card for my nephew's birthday, it's just so cute!

HTH (Hope this helps/helped),

Connee 05-18-2004 09:24 PM

Language clarification
Thank you....now they make total sense.

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