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Old 08-29-2006, 09:11 PM   #1  
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Does anyone know if the cream and black purse are the same, just different color panels? So if I buy the cream one and then a set of black inserts too, I could have both looks right?

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Old 08-29-2006, 09:21 PM   #2  
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Yes, they're identical other than the color of the panels. I bought one plus an extra set of panels in the other color. But you know what? If you're going to cover the panels completely with designer paper or cardstock, the panels will be completely unseen, so color won't matter a bit. The panels are reversible, so you can get two different looks from one set of panels. I haven't finished mine yet, but I'm making the panels pretty basic, and then plan to add the "fun" with the smaller ATC-sized cards that fit in the pockets. That way I won't need too many of the big panels.
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I couldn't find any dimensions for these purses. I needed to know how many 12x12 pages it would take to be the background for the purse. I wanted to order the paper and such to make mine when it gets here and am not sure if one package (two pages of the paper I want) would do it or not.
I hope I am making sense as I am in a hurry here. Sorry for the confusion but needed to know.
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Yes, two 12x12 sheets is enough to cover all of the background pieces. You will use almost all of the two sheets.
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