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Old 07-09-2007, 07:57 AM   #1  
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Default Another technique for slit punch???

Not sure if anyone has posted this before, but I just discovered a new trick with my slit punch. I followed Julia's technique (http://bellepapier.blogs.splitcoasts...hort-tutorial/)

But instead of cutting off the scallops, I flipped them over and they make perfect circles...this looks so cool with designer paper...here is a sample I did last week. If someone else has previously shared this, sorry for the duplication...

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=21777

thanks for looking...and I hope you find this useful...
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Very cool Rebecca! I've played around with it but never designed anything with it before! Fabulous look! Love those little circles!
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Great job Rebecca and thanks for sharing.

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That is soooo clever. You could even use plain cs and put some little something in the circles or every other circle. Thanks for sharing your creation.
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What a neat idea. Thanks for sharing it!
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Just curious.. Why wouldn't you just use a circle punch?? I am not trying to be sarcastic or a pain but I am just wondering...
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Just curious.. Why wouldn't you just use a circle punch?? I am not trying to be sarcastic or a pain but I am just wondering...
They way she is using it would be a perfect way to use what many stampers would normally cut off and throw away. No waste...perfect idea! Thanks for the tip Rebecca!
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thanks, I'm new to some of these techniques, and was wondering the same thing.
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Just curious.. Why wouldn't you just use a circle punch?? I am not trying to be sarcastic or a pain but I am just wondering...
I like this idea as I have a slit punch but don't have a circle punch that size - just saved me some money and made my silt punch a more valued purchase!

Thanks Rebecca!
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OMG! Great tip, Thanks! I have not yet heard this, so it must be YOUR ide!
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