Just one of the many wonders we learned at convention that WOW'd my customers this week at a party and sold all three sets on that page of the mini. WOO HOO!!! Easy, mostly when you get the wheels to line up.
Date: Friday, July 29, 2005 GMT Views: 715
Registered: February 9, 2005 Location: Concord,CA Posts: 4356
Mon, Aug 01, 2005 @ 9:48 AM
To line up the wheel, I marked my wheel on the side of the wheel where the rubber seam is. Let's see, how to explain. Look at the rubber on the wheel... as you turn it youwill notice the seam where the rubber has been joined. At that exact seam I turn my handle sideways so I'm looking at the wheel from the side and on the hard black plastic right next to rubber I put a white mark. This helps to line up and not have to contort my neck to try to look under the wheel to match up lines. Have fun!! I am.
Registered: July 19, 2004 Location: Deep in the Heart of Texas Posts: 5635
Sat, Aug 06, 2005 @ 11:14 AM
I loved this technique too - but felt bad at my stamp camp the other night that some customers got frustrated when they couldn't line it up (they accidentally moved the wheel to the right too much and it got off track on the white) I had to go through MORE c/s because of it. oh well