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Old 09-16-2009, 06:01 AM   #121
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Hey Lynn - I am at a loss on this I sorta of get the idea but I don't see it in English - can you explain steps? Thanks!!!
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you can go here and enter the url of her blog, and it will translate it from German to English for you
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Thanks - I was also getting the wrong post but I got it and what a fun idea!!
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Default Build-a-Bear Workshop Magnetic Paper Doll Sets

I had several people asking me how I made the Build-a-Bear magnetic paper doll set I recently posted photos of on my blog. So I put together a video with some tips. If anyone is interested, here's the link:
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As always Michelle, another great tutorial! I always enjoy your videos. You do a great job!

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As always Michelle, another great tutorial! I always enjoy your videos. You do a great job!

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I had several people asking me how I made the Build-a-Bear magnetic paper doll set I recently posted photos of on my blog. So I put together a video with some tips. If anyone is interested, here's the link:
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Michelle, these bears are absolutely darling! What a clever idea making them magnetic and putting them in the tins! I have one question though...what are the V shaped piece and the photo corner-like piece used for? My curiosity has gotten the better of me...I can't figure it out.

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I have a created a tutorial using the new Shimmer Paint in the Holiday Mini catalog from Stampin' Up! You can view the details and the video here:

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Michelle, these bears are absolutely darling! What a clever idea making them magnetic and putting them in the tins! I have one question though...what are the V shaped piece and the photo corner-like piece used for? My curiosity has gotten the better of me...I can't figure it out.

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Hi Wilma.

I think you are you referring to two of the shapes on the Beary Essentials Die. They are the left and right sides (arms) of a jacket. If you look in the holiday mini catalog on pg. 37, where the dies are listed, you will see a photo of the "boy" wearing a blue jacket that is made with these shapes.

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I think you are you referring to two of the shapes on the Beary Essentials Die. They are the left and right sides (arms) of a jacket. If you look in the holiday mini catalog on pg. 37, where the dies are listed, you will see a photo of the "boy" wearing a blue jacket that is made with these shapes.

Hope I understood your question correctly.

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Yes! That is exactly what I couldn't figure out. Thanks! These little bears make me want to play with paper dolls again.
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Here's another tutorial I created:

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Thought I would share a few video tutorials!
Check out my blog too! http://www.StampWithJenni.com





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Thought I would share a few video tutorials!
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OOPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I don't know what happened???? I'll try again. lol! SORRY!!

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I created a tutorial for a multi-flap card with pocket and insert. It's an easy project.

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Here's another tutorial I created. This one are for mini treat bags. . .again, a simple project.

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Here is another tut on tile coaster that I found:
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Neat blog and tips Beate...I'll have to try some out..

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Loretta, Just checked out your blog! Cool stuff! I really like the picture of your wedding where you are waiting for the guys!

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Just watched your video! Great info and a gorgeous technique! Your tileis beautiful! TFS!
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I use the Cricut to make stencil for decorating the cupcakes
http://cuttingabove.blogspot.com/200...storybook.html
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I have a video on my blog on how to create a unique background.
http://mphoinix.blogspot.com/2009/09...-blog-hop.html
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I love, love, love this idea! I wasn't even interested in those dies until I saw this and immediately ordered them. Can't wait to get some made for a fund raiser. Got the magnetic sheet last night. Guess what I'll be working on tomorrow?
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Some time when we have a gift and we need to give to our love.. it is good to have a good a nice gift box. but what about if we make our own. at this case it will be somthing more special to the one whihc we love.

Check out this sample http://www.roseatetemplate.com/Download/sample.html

to see how to make it they provide good lessons:

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what do u charge for ur glass blocks???
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Since it's been a while since this thread was first started, and Lowe's was running out of the blocks and bits back then since this was so popular, I wonder if anyone has found a place that sells pre-drilled blocks now? I absolutely LOVE these, but don't think I would attempt unless I could find pre-drilled blocks.
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You can get pre-drilled ones. They are called Krafty Bloks

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Wow - These are beautiful! Thanks for sharing
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Yes, I have seen the pre-drilled ones at least at Hobby Lobby. I can't say for sure about Michael's, but I thought I saw them there as well.
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Wow such beautiful gifts for giving. Thanks for sharing your instructions too.
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Thank you, Ginny and Michelle, for the tips on pre-drilled block sources!!
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Going to check Lowe's tomorrow, these are pretty!
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These are just breathtaking!

I was just at Lowe's a few minutes ago (on a completely different errand), and noticed the blocks - they had them up front. But they were something like $9 a piece...so I'm not sure if these are the same size as yours. These were pre-drilled...but the holes were on the narrow side (like where the bow rests) so I don't think you could use the pre-drilled holes for the lights...the block would be resting on the cord.

These have certainly got my creative juices flowing! Thanks so much for sharing!
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