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#1 georgiasl

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    Posted 01 July 2012 - 01:15 PM

    I purchased:

     

    20 sheets Shimmer Cardstock             10.05

    Fiskars Cutter                                        9.99

    Blue Envelopes                                     4.19

    Black and Silver Stamp Ink                   2.00

    One Love Stamp                                   9.99

    World Traveler Stamp                           3.56

    Glitter Brads                                          1.79

    Hole Punch                                            1.99

    Corner Stamp                                        4.19

    Pack Sand Cardstock                            3.99

     

    Total                                                      51.74

     

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    #2 georgiasl

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      Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:05 PM

      We purchased a perforator that we were planning to use to help us fold the card stock for the jackets. I found that a dull kitchen knife worked much better for this task. 



      #3 sosodj

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        Posted 06 July 2012 - 10:12 AM

        Originally Posted by georgiasl 

        We purchased a perforator that we were planning to use to help us fold the card stock for the jackets. I found that a dull kitchen knife worked much better for this task. 

        silly question but to score it with the knife how exactly do you do it?



        #4 georgiasl

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          Posted 06 July 2012 - 01:49 PM

          I carefully rand the knife down the printed line on the card stock. The knife didn't slice all the way thorough it just made them easier to fold. The perforater was going all the way through and you could see the perforated edge once it was folded.



          #5 sosodj

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            Posted 06 July 2012 - 08:35 PM

            thanks, i haven't actually tried it yet just getting all my ideas
             






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