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Old 07-07-2014, 12:00 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone!

I am a new member and looking forward to being a part of the community! I am also new at doing crafts. I would like to attend my first craft fair this year. I know I have much to learn and prepare for! However, I am sure I will learn a lot about crafts from you all. This forum is packed with great information and instructions about crafting! I am very excited!

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Welcome CP. I agree with Lydia, very surprised that name hadn't been snatched up long ago. Welcome. I have really enjoyed the site. It offers lots of advice and inspiration!!

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Hi Craft Princess and welcome from New Zealand! Have fun exploring the forum - there is heaps to learn and get excited by here!
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Thank you all for the very nice warm welcome!

I am happy to be a member of this great forum.

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I'm new also. I love all the help everyone has for newbies!

I love my stamp-a-ma-jig but I need a new sheet. What do you all use for replacement? I have been looking for clear plastic cutting boards but can't find any that don't have designs on them.

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Hi Barb and welcome from New Zealand! I have a stamp postitioner (although not a stamp-a-ma-jig) and I use acetate sheets which I cut down to 1/4 sheet size. You used to be able to buy copier acetate for overheads but that isn't so readily available these days. However you should be able to buy craft acetate. Acetate is very useful in card making so don't worry if you have to buy a pack. Hope this helps.
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Welcome.. you are going to love it here!!

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Hello Craft Princess! Hope to see you around the boards soon!
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Thanks Parkes! I really like the thick sheet that comes with the stamp a ma jig. I am using clear page protectors instead and they slip under the tool. I wish Stampin Up offered replacements.

I am really loving this forum! So helpful. I just ordered those mini 4oz cups and lids. Will be fun for holidays.

Thanks again!
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