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Unread 07-15-2012, 08:31 AM   #41
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I'm going to take a leap and say art deco as inspiration for current trends, but not a literal flapper representation though it will go there especially with the Diesel Punk. Chevrons, Feathers, Peacock feathers, Geographic shapes.

I have decided I need some gear stamps, not because of trends though but for cards for my eldest who is studying to be an engineer.
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Unread 07-21-2012, 06:10 PM   #42
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Subbing, cuz i'm in the same boat...haven't crafted for a year or more, really...had a baby, then bought a house, moved...didn't leave time for much papercrafting, unfortunately. But now the craft room is unpacked and pretty much ready to go...and i have no idea where to start!

What the heck is Washi tape? I'm going to go check that out.

I have to also sit down with my SU catalog and REALLY look at it (now that Miss Maylen is in bed!) and check out the colors everyone keeps mentioning...

Christmas? Oh geez, i need to tackle the style of Fall first...and Halloween! I'm so excited to make Halloween goodies!

The one thing i saw at Michaels that intrigued me was this little roller that you could make holes in the paper to sew in. That looked like something i could use cuz i tried to sew on cardstock on my machine once and got nothing but frustrated. LOL. Has anyone used this? Does it work? Is it still "cool" to sew on your cards?

Now, off to find that SU Catalog!
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Unread 07-22-2012, 04:29 AM   #43
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I think that is the Sew Easy you were looking at. I think it's neat. I have all these tracing wheels I have collected over the years in similar styles. I am using those. I got all my tracing wheels in bags of sewing supplies you find at garage sales or thrift stores. I paid about a penny for them.

I know a lot of people are addicted to their Sew Easy wheels. They have lots of styles. I bet you could find You Tube videos.
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