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Old 05-31-2005, 09:18 AM   #1  
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Hello!
A long time ago I saw a list of Pampered Chef products that could be used for stamping. I'm trying to find this list! Does anyone have it????
I have a good customer that just became a PC Consultant/Demonstrator and I want to help her kick off her business, so I'm having a "Pampered Stamper" party! How fun!?!?!
If anyone has the list, could you please forward it to me at [email protected]
Thanks in advance!!!
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Old 05-31-2005, 09:37 AM   #2  
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I never saw that list, but I have a 3 tool turn abouts - 2 that I use in the kitchen and one for my craft room -- I am thinking of stealing a 2nd from my kitchen! I also read on here that some people use the scrapers in place of the bone folders. I would be interested to hear more of how to use Pampered Chef stuff since I have so much of their stuff (I was a consultant at one time)
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I also read on here that some people use the scrapers in place of the bone folders.

Yup...and those scrapers are EXCELLENT paper folding tools!! (I used one at my neighbor's house this morning on five different cards!)

Though not a stamping use, I have also used the PC scraper as an ice scraper on my car windows. We live in central TX, so we don't often get icy windows -- hence, we don't have a regular ice scraper ... but we don't need one as long as I have those little brown scrapers from Pampered Chef! LOL

If anyone has a list of stamping uses for PC items, perhaps it could be posted here? I'm sure lots of us could benefit from it.

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I don't have a list, but I seem to recall that you could use the PC "safety" can-opener to make the fruit cup projects. That's where you cut out the bottom of the fruit cup, feed the fruit to a well-deserving child (**), wash and rinse (the container, not the child), fill it with treats or incentive stamps (be creative), and seal the bottom back on with crystal effects. You can then stamp a new label and attach a fun tag and ribbon. The recipient pops the top to reveal the surprise inside! There are several samples of these projects in the gallery somewhere.
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I don't have a list, but I seem to recall that you could use the PC "safety" can-opener to make the fruit cup projects. That's where you cut out the bottom of the fruit cup, feed the fruit to a well-deserving child (**), wash and rinse (the container, not the child), fill it with treats or incentive stamps (be creative), and seal the bottom back on with crystal effects. You can then stamp a new label and attach a fun tag and ribbon. The recipient pops the top to reveal the surprise inside! There are several samples of these projects in the gallery somewhere.
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what a great idea! More incentive to make my kids eat fruit coctail!

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I have the list... I do a Pampered Scrapper/Stamper night. It is soooooo much fun. Let me find the list (it is on the other computer) and I will post it.
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These are some Pampered Chef items that are great for stampers.

Bakers Roller - Use to roll out your Paper Clay

Bamboo Tongs - Great for holding things while embossing

Bar Board - Use this to set eyelets on

Cake Tester - Can be used to push ribbons thru

Clock/Timer - Use to set the time for your Paper Clay

Handy Scraper - Use for Shaving Cream technique

Hold 'N Slice - Great for shaving cream technique

Kitchen Shears - Everything!

Kitchen Spritzer - Spritz reinkers

Nylon Pan Scrapers - Excellent for creasing your crdstock

Parchment Paper - You can cook your Paper Clay on this and also emboss on this for no mess

Small Bar Pan - Embossing

Tool Turn-About - Great for all the tools. Store them all in one place and find them easily! A must have!


Can anyone think of anything else to add?
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Old 05-31-2005, 11:43 AM   #8  
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I also use the tool turnaround for my supplies. Thanks for the other great ideas too!
 
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Thanks everyone!
What a great list we are accumulating! If I can ever find my original list, I'll post it, but this is a great start!!!
You guys rock!!!
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Old 06-01-2005, 09:58 AM   #10  
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Great ideas. I also use the scraper for folding and the shaving cream technique. I didn't think of stamping when I had my party a few weeks back, oh well.
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If you want a website that carries Pampered chef stamps it is www.Nancys-artworks.com/pc_rubber_stamps.htm (If the link doesn't work plug in the first part of the address) they are really cute!
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Sorry the website is www.nancys-artworks.com then click on products then the rubber stamps on the menu.
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I'm a PC Consultant and wanted to comment on a few things.

Bakers Roller - Use to roll out your Paper Clay

DO NOT use it to roll out Polymer (Sculpey) Clay unless it is all you are going to use it for. The Paper Clay is ok, but not the Polymer. It can't get completey out of the roller and then could be passed to food. So either use it strictly for crafts or strictly for food.

Bamboo Tongs - Great for holding things while embossing

Ditto (besides, they are cheap $2)

Bar Board - Use this to set eyelets on

We have a small one that is perfect for this.

Kitchen Spritzer - Spritz reinkers

I've had problems with this as sometimes it doesn't spray as finely as I would like it.

Nylon Pan Scrapers - Excellent for creasing your crdstock

Yep!! My demo bought a ton of them from me at her last kitchen show just for club night!

Parchment Paper - You can cook your Paper Clay on this and also emboss on this for no mess

Small Bar Pan - Embossing

If you use the bar pan for embossing, make sure that is all you are using it for unless you line it with parchment paper. Embossing powders should not be consumed and if they are melted onto the surface of the pan could ruin it for food preparations.

Tool Turn-About - Great for all the tools. Store them all in one place and find them easily! A must have!

And you can stamp on them with the liquid chalk inks!!! I have a friend who is a SU Demo and she made a lovely one stamping on it with chalks!
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I also use the small bar board for my anywhere punch, & to set eyelets.
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Great ideas. I also use the scraper for folding and the shaving cream technique. I didn't think of stamping when I had my party a few weeks back, oh well.
How do you use the scraper for the shaving cream technique? I've got the nylon scrapers, and I love them for folding as well as glueing (when you glue cs to a comp book for example). I'd love to know more uses for them.
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How do you use the scraper for the shaving cream technique? I've got the nylon scrapers, and I love them for folding as well as glueing (when you glue cs to a comp book for example). I'd love to know more uses for them.
The Handy Scraper is different from the silicone Scrapers (what most of us call "spatulas" but I have to call Scrapers to sell them!):
It's like a curved squeegee thing. It's hard plastic, but has a softer rubbery edge on one side. If you go to my website (or any of the PC consultants or the PC main website) www.pamperedchef.biz/lorigarrison then go to "Our Products" look for Handy Scraper. They are sold individually but REALLY should be sold in pairs b/c they are so good for picking up food off your cutting board.

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OOOOH, I do PC parties for my demo & these are some I hadn't even thought of.Great ideas!

Yes, add to the list the can opener that someone mentioned. Also, the little I-Slice. In a pinch you can cut a piece of cardstock with it. Plus it's more portable than your cutter, so a good thing to carry with you.

Of course, a true MUST HAVE is the Delightful Desserts cookbook. I mean, you can't really stamp without chocolate desserts can you? ha, ha!!!

If you are heating clay, you'll want the silicone hot pad/trivet to get things out of the oven & to set the pan on. Might be good to have to set your heating tool on, too.

I am SO wanting to stamp my tool-turn-about, but then customers would think it comes like that. I guess I need to get a 2nd one that I can stamp (um, a 3rd one, really. I have a cinnamon color one!).

OH, at our National Conference they showed the can opener w/ Pop-top lid project! They even had a project sheet for it! Cool!

If I think of more, I"ll post them.
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The Handy Scraper is different from the silicone Scrapers (what most of us call "spatulas" but I have to call Scrapers to sell them!):
It's like a curved squeegee thing. It's hard plastic, but has a softer rubbery edge on one side. If you go to my website (or any of the PC consultants or the PC main website) www.pamperedchef.biz/lorigarrison then go to "Our Products" look for Handy Scraper. They are sold individually but REALLY should be sold in pairs b/c they are so good for picking up food off your cutting board.

HTH!
Ok, so you are scraping off the shaving cream with the handy scraper, right? That is a cool idea. I usually just use a plastic knife and my fingers for the shaving cream technique.
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The nylon pan scrapers are great for separating two pieces of cardstock that you've mis-glued! Love the turn about for my stamping supplies.
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These are such great ideas! I told my PC-consultant friend several months ago that I'd have a party... I love the idea of having a stamping/scrapping party instead of a regular PC get together. Thanks!!!
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I had this chart a while back when I hosted a PC party. The party was just under $800 because of this chart! I just went through and updated it.
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When I open the above document, I can see the pictures, but none of the words.
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I checked it again and it shows on my computer. Be sure you have the most recent UPDATE reader from Adobe.

Try downloading it from my blog:

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I checked it again and it shows on my computer. Be sure you have the most recent UPDATE reader from Adobe.

Try downloading it from my blog:

http://javajudi.typepad.com/stampinu...k34/index.html
Thanks! I was able to read it from the blog.
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Love, love, love the tool turn around. I havea two and they hold a ton of stuff.
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I use the pizza stone to make a yummy dessert to eat while I'm stamping...does that count?
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Believe this or not I found my turnabout at a junky yard sale laying around the corner in the trash heap. I was more that willing to pay the $.25 for it. It is probably the most valuable piece of equipment in my stamp room.
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If you have a Cricut, the nylon scrappers work awesome for scrapping off all the little scraps left behind. Who needs to pay over $5 for their scrapper? Not me, or my neighbor, she swiped one of mine!

I'm going to have to try it on my cardstock - I bet it would distress the edges too, in a pinch. TFS
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