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Old 12-01-2019, 05:48 AM   #161
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Thank you for saying this! I love to use sets over and over, making many things with it, but sometimes I think, "Are people getting tired of seeing this?" It's just that when I love something, I use it a LOT! I want to find a million ways to use something rather than once and move on. Isn't that the point of creativity?

I remember in the years past that SU used to do a really good job of this. They had several cards pictured in the catalog that used all the stamps in a set. Now if they show one or two, it's lucky. Some stamps in a set, I have no idea what I would do with and I wish they would have done something with them.
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Old 12-01-2019, 09:00 AM   #162
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What Taylored Expressions came out with - literally today - is exactly the type of innovation that makes my heart sing. While I’ve been using stencils lately, and these open up options, spark ideas and make stencil life easier, it’s not just that. It’s that they fill a gap for some (not all) of us crafters.

Here’s one of them with the video. Love the positioning lines too.
Masking Stencils - Rectangles

I love this. I have done this very thing with all my Spellbinders Nestibilities. I have the squares, rectangles, circles and ovals in both small and large as well as some of the giant? (I think they are called) and petite. I started cutting them out of cardstock, but then changed to heavy acetate. I mark each piece with the identifying names (ie- S-5, L-3, P-4, etc.) in Sharpie. I do lots of masking, both positive and negative (mortise).
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