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Old 03-31-2006, 01:06 PM   #1  
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I am going to a 4 hour crop tonight at our church and totally at a loss of what to take. I don't even know what i want to scrapbook or if I want to make cards. I have been thinkin about making a book for my kids about each family member back to their great-grandparents so I could start that but I don't have the pictures of my husband's family yet. Then I don't know if I should take all 3 of my die-cut machines or just my new big shot since that can use the dies for the regular sizzix and the small one.

Please help I have to be there at 7

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I wouldn't take so much that you are overwhelmed. I'd start with enough stuff to do 2 - 4 pages in that scrapbook you want to make. Bring the photos you do have, paper cutter, paper, adhesive and your big shot and dies. Enjoy!!
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