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Are you ready for the upcoming VSN??

Well, besides your basic stamping supplies: various stamps, cardstock, paper, ink, cutting tools and standard embellishments to dress up your creations (ribbon, brads, etc.), the following items will be necessary for some of the challenges:

Feathers of Fibers (or stamps of feathers)
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Oh, very cool and thank you!

Will a T-Square work in place of a Stamp-a-ma-jig? If not I better hurry and get one and learn how to use it. I keep looking at them but it seems complicated...LOL!
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Oh, very cool and thank you!

Will a T-Square work in place of a Stamp-a-ma-jig? If not I better hurry and get one and learn how to use it. I keep looking at them but it seems complicated...LOL!
if you get one you will learn to love it very quickly, and they really aren't hard to use, just takes a little practice and memory, but really an easy tool, and you will wonder how you lived without one before
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Oh, very cool and thank you!

Will a T-Square work in place of a Stamp-a-ma-jig? If not I better hurry and get one and learn how to use it. I keep looking at them but it seems complicated...LOL!
I'm not sure a t-square would be deep enough. In a pinch, you can make a substitute with some legos and a square of plastic or vellum.

There's a tutorial for using the SAMJ by Kurtis here.
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Where can I find the Feathers of Fibers?

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Where can I find the Feathers of Fibers?

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you should be able to find feathers or fibers at any craft store - even the craft section at walmart.
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wow, I need to do some shopping! This VSN is the one when I will finally get those transperency sheets!
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So EXCITING!!!!
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wow, I need to do some shopping! This VSN is the one when I will finally get those transperency sheets!
Just a quick note for the transparency sheets...since they are a bit pricey to buy a whole box...if you have school-aged children (or know someone else who does), their teacher may be willing to send you a couple of transparencies from their stash. Just an idea, as I am a teacher, and know that I would be more than happy to share a few with a parent if they asked!
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Can I get just a little clarification on the 'things that start with the letter L"? DOn't want to pry for info (okay...well maybe a LITTLE), but do we need, an actual thing that starts with an L, like lollipops, or should we have stamps/images of things that start with L, like a lion stamp? Just want to make sure that I have everything, because I am SO READY to get some serious stamping done! WOO HOOOOO!!!!!!!
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Re the T-square/stampamajig, thanks for the tips and hints, ladies!! Off to check out the link, as it looks like I'll be getting a stampamajig, soon...LOL!
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So I will need feathers like the colorful ones the art teacher uses? Or just any fibers?

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You aren't prying and think supplies that start with an "L" and as for the transparencies you can also use a page protector or any other clear "paper" you have
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Mmmm I would go with whichever you "love"
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Can I get just a little clarification on the 'things that start with the letter L"? DOn't want to pry for info (okay...well maybe a LITTLE), but do we need, an actual thing that starts with an L, like lollipops, or should we have stamps/images of things that start with L, like a lion stamp? Just want to make sure that I have everything, because I am SO READY to get some serious stamping done! WOO HOOOOO!!!!!!!

Anything...stamp images, colors (laveder), embellishments.......anything you can imagine
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So I will need feathers like the colorful ones the art teacher uses? Or just any fibers?

Thanks!

I found a deather on a walk at the beach last weekend...snatched it right up for this challenge

Yarn would also be a "fiber", I would think, so that would work.

Glad to see all the excitement!!
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My several cents:

SAMJ: not very expensive, simple to use, versatile, you'll learn after about 3 tries
feathers: if you have a down pillow, you may find some feathers 'round and about the house, I certainly did!
"L" items: BE CREATIVE! I will definately be looking for some uniquely-named items
acetate: I recently made an acetate card using the clear plastic stuff from one of those old "magnetic" photo albums (you know, the ones you peel the plastic up, stick your photos down, and then lay the plastic back over). The whole sheet just peeled right off, so I even got a fold. Not as heavy duty as acetate, but it does provide a clear substance that you can use in a variety of ways.
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THanks so much! I think I have pretty much everything on the list, but the in-laws are coming today and staying until sometime next week, so maybe I'll still make a shopping run while they're here to help with Siler!
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Oh, this sounds like a good one! I hope I will get to play some. I have a workshop Saturday morning, but maybe I can try some of the challenges. I'm kinda excited to find out what we will do with the crayons. Hope my kids won't mind me swiping some of their broken ones!
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I'm looking forward to finding out what on earth we will do with feathers...or fibers. Sounds very intriguing...
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Oh man, I've been dying to get a stampamajig.....might have to use that 50% off coupon this week at michael's or joann's!
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On transparencies, I do work in the classroom, so have that access...but for those who might know a comic collector...my son...they buy their comics and they come in nice size transparencies and I think they cost pennies...he buys them in stacks and I get many which he throws away...just a thought. I cut them in half and they make great envies..
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I have everything else but just ordered a stamp a ma jig today. Hope it arrives in time. I have read that people seem to love or hate these things and they can be tricky to use til you get used to it.

This seems as good a reason as any to give it a go!

Can't wait to play...

Sounds like so much fun and a great theme. And now prizes too! WOO HOO!
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As far as crayons go. Will a basic 8 pack cover it? My kids are older and they use pencils and markers, i don't want to spend alot on crayons if I don't have too.
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I love the UTube clips. I feel like I really know you now! Great job and I'm hoping I will be able to play this VSN. Thanks for all your hard work in organizing this event.
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As far as crayons go. Will a basic 8 pack cover it? My kids are older and they use pencils and markers, i don't want to spend alot on crayons if I don't have too.
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Ohhh I never thought of those.
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I had the same question on the crayons - this will be my first attempt at a VSN so I want to get it right!! Wasn't sure if you meant regular crayons or watercolor crayons (which I kind of assumed you would have specified) my daughter just got rid of all her crayons!
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Wow, this sounds like it's going to be really fun and I can't wait! It's going to be easy on me, as I have all the supplies already, so I don't need to stress about finding anything...woohoo....are we starting yet? *smile*
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Mulberry paper can be "featherd"....could I use mulberry paper instead of real feathers?

If it looks like feathers, I think it could pass

I just saw a bunch of feathers poking out of dh's feather pillow....might have to harvest some to go along with my feather...
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I have a big bag full of brightly coloured feathers - bought a feather duster from the $2 shop (I'm from New Zealand but I'm sure you must have similar shops over there). Some of them have stripes of colours. Just cut off close to the handle and you will have feathers forever !!!!

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I have a big bag full of brightly coloured feathers - bought a feather duster from the $2 shop (I'm from New Zealand but I'm sure you must have similar shops over there). Some of them have stripes of colours. Just cut off close to the handle and you will have feathers forever !!!!

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Dang, dang, dang... just threw away a bunch of feathers from our pet cockatiel... was keeping them, but thought, "What will I EVER use these for?" Sigh.
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Stampamajigs are well worth going out and getting. They are a life saver if you are as obsessed as I am about making sure your stamping is straight. Not at all complicated either,they come with instructions and are easy to follow. I wouldn't enjoy stamping nearly as much with out mine.
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NO it is not complicated. The stamp-a-ma jig may be purchased at Michaels, SU, or any quality scrapbook store. It has a clear overlay that allows you to line up anything and re-stamp on top of your previous stamp. If you did not get a clear impression, for ex., you can use this tool to re-do it w/ perfection. Or, if you did not mount a stamp straight, you can avoid placing your phrase crooked (I hate when that happens). Perfect for a two stamp process. At about $10.00 , I find it a essential tool!
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OK, I'm new to this. The supply list...is it for both days or is it for just Friday or is it just for the first hour?
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The supply list is for both nights
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Oh boy, I've only used my Stampamajig two or three times (and I'm sure it shows, lol)! I had better get practicing. Feathers . . . got some somewhere . . .acetate, got a whole box minus a few sheets, lol!
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