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Old 02-21-2008, 09:50 PM   #1  
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If anyone has any tips it would be greatly appreciated.
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I use the smallest plastic hole part in the SU Mat Pack which has a mesurement grid on it and make a hole with a pushpin. Also in a pinch I have used the perforated portion of the SU customer order form and then use the push pin in the same spot either at the top of the hole or the bottom of the hole and then the brads are lined up. Works great for me...
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The SU mat pack is a wonderful tool. I highly recommend it.
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SU! Mat Pack for me too!
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The Tim Holtz Design Ruler has a row of evenly spaced holes running along the whole ruler - perfect for piercing through to get holes for brads!

It's a great ruler too, clear and gridded but has a metal edge so you're able to use a craft knife with it to cut paper and CS and it also has a centreing ruler. Check this thread out to find out more, there's a link to Tim Holtz's video about the ruler.

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...d.php?t=323749

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Oh....I never thought of using my mat pack to align brads- thanks for the great tip! I've been using my crop-a-dile with the small hold punch (where it would reach) to align my brads.
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Huh! Never thought of using the mat pack, either!!!! I've never placed more then two brads because of not getting them straight.
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mat pack,...GREAT IDEA!!!
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I use the Mat Pack as well. The craft kit was one of my best investments!
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Thanks for the tip. I have never thought to use the mat pack. TFS
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Mat pack for me, too! There isn't a single tool in my crafters' tool kit that I don't use...and I was just thinking the other day that it's probably one of the best stamping investments I've made!
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I might go to look at the mat pack. Don't even know what it is. What I have been using is a piece of plastic canvas.
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Thanks! Looks like I'll be putting another order together. LOL!
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SU! Piercing Template/Mat Pack.

But, I've also used just a ruler with my paper piercer, too.
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I've used just a simple ruler with grid lines on it and my paper piercer...but then again, I'm kinda poor soooo...I don't have all the fancy tools. My paper piercer is a thumbtack and a cut-up old mouse pad. LOL
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Just a plain ruler and a pushpin. Save my money for the good stuff....heehee.
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Someone suggested to me to use plastic canvas to line up the holes. Very cheap to buy a sheet!

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You mean I've had this mat pack for 4 years and NEVER thought of this! You guys rock!!!!
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I am going to buy the SU tool set in the future, it sounds like it will make it so much easier.

There were so many great suggestions so what I did for now is go to Michaels and buy a very thin plastic graph ruler. I took a sharp tack and placed holes 1/4". Being a graphing ruler this will help me a lot as far as placement. I looked at the video for the Tim Holtz ruler and it sounds like a great ruler but probably more than I want to spend right now. I agree with others that there are so many other things to spend my stamping money on, like rhinestone brads!
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My demo uses the perforated paper strips off the order forms when she does classes for us to mark brads. But at home I also use the Mat Pack.
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I just did a tutorial on this on my blog a few days ago here:
http://blog.papermonkey.org/index/20...tines-day.html

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TFS! It looks like both rulers could be very handy and the price is much better than I expected. It would be nice to have a ruler with 0 beginning in the middle.

I was using a regular ruler but its so hard to tell if its really straight or slanted on the card. Then when I went to place the holes, at least one would always be a little off. A lot of time and work and the result wasn't what I had hoped for. The ruler that I bought is very thin so it was easy for me to punch through with a tack. I placed my holes 1/4 inch apart, I thought that would be a good measurement for placing brads. I didn't do the whole ruler, just enough for what I would need for a card. Now that I've been thinking about this I can change the numbers on my ruler and put the 0 in the middle with a sharpie and then count out to the edges... hmm
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I also use the mat pack and have used plastic canvas before I got my mat pack.
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I was wandering around JoAnn's looking for something else and came to the cross stichstuff and saw the plastic canvas and the clouds parted and bells went off that I could use it for a template and only pay .78 for a big sheet that I could cut! Very happy with it! LOL
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I've also use the plastic canvas. I cut 1 inch strips, so they are 1" x 12".
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TFS! It looks like both rulers could be very handy and the price is much better than I expected. It would be nice to have a ruler with 0 beginning in the middle.

I was using a regular ruler but its so hard to tell if its really straight or slanted on the card. Then when I went to place the holes, at least one would always be a little off. A lot of time and work and the result wasn't what I had hoped for. The ruler that I bought is very thin so it was easy for me to punch through with a tack. I placed my holes 1/4 inch apart, I thought that would be a good measurement for placing brads. I didn't do the whole ruler, just enough for what I would need for a card. Now that I've been thinking about this I can change the numbers on my ruler and put the 0 in the middle with a sharpie and then count out to the edges... hmm
You can and yes 1/4 " is perfect for most brads except the jumbos. You can also use a mat pack if you just want the hole part. I like the Holtz ruler because of the grid on the ruler as you work - it helps to keep it straight. hth
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What is a Stampin Up Mat Pack? I don't see anything called that in the book?
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Its included in the tool kit.
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You can also order the Mat Pack separately from the tool kit. It includes a paper-piercing pad, paper-piercing template and setting mat, each 4" x 4".
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It's on the bottom right of page 189 in the Spring-Summer 2008 catty. The item number is 105826. It costs $9.95 US. HTH!
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I love the mat pack set. It's brilliant.
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Can someone post a closeup picture of the mat pack? I can't tell much from the catalog picture. Still not convinced how this is better than a plain ole ruler?

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This is what I got. I cut it up into different sizes and it works great and is an inexpensive way to do this. I also use a push pin that has a long point on it. I have one of those long piercers too. I use this with a mouse pad.

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The mat pack as everyone else has advised. In addition, if you have the Big Bite, you can set the guide so you only go so far into the page/item each time so they are aligned evenly.
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If you check out this tutorial in the resources page at http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ster_gift_box/, you can see the mat pack fairly well.
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