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February 16, 2011


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Pam Sparks

My tip this time is, why I put my name on my pictures...when I see an idea I like online some-times I like to print it. If the name is on it and the blog name especially, I can track it down again for any info!!! Very important for people like me who can't remember what they wanted to remember!!!! ugh! lol So, if anyone likes my stuff, they can easily find the post again because I try to put my name and blog on everything.


Great challenge and awesome tutorial, Pam :). Thanks so much for sharing it. I am not sure that I really have any great tips....hmmmmmm.....don't eat yellow snow ;)???? LOL, ok not the kind of tip you are looking for, huh? Well, I got nothin' this time. I will think about it and see if I can come up with something for next time. K? :)


Pam Sparks

Korin - you're so funny! Love to laugh, so glad you left a comment!

Pam Sparks

Cleaning out the holes in the doohickey's dies can take a bit of time but I found out yesterday that if you drop it, they pop out! so next time I'm dropping the die on the desk instead of the floor so it's easier to clean up! lol I'm also thinking the Quickutz quick picker upper thing would work to get the cut out of the die...gotta try that today... anyone else have tips they've found to work with all the intricate dies we have now???

Diane Whitehouse

This is a great twisted easel card, Pam and thanks so much for the tutorial!
Diane x


Hello Pam,

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier today. I will share the tip I shared on there today...Save you plastic containers that your markers or Sizzix dies come in. They make perfect acetate for projects and can be die cut! I used some in an explosion box to hold up streamers. It was awesome. I will also have to give credit to my dear friend Karen. She shared the tip with me and now I can share with you! Hugs!

Heidi Gonzales

Here's a tip that helps me when I am making a card or project.

When I am ready to color my image, I always have my paper right next to me. It helps when deciding on color choices. I also stamp the image a second time in my journal book, and then on that image, I write down the colors I used in each area of the stamp. After taking the picture of the finished product, I put that colored picture in my journal also. Next to my image (in my journal book), I also write down the name of the papers used.

This way, if someone asks me what I did or used, or if I want to make a second one later down the road, I can look back at my journal and know exactly what to do and use.

lulu duprey

I loved...

Mary J

Thx for the tutorial - gotta try that!

My tip for clearing out the dies is to use cellotape! Simply press it on the die after you've used it and most of the left overs comes out! I then get rid of the teeny tiny left overs with my pokey tool.


Fabulous challenge and thanks for the twisted easel card tutorial. I'm sorry but my 1st attempt to upload my entry went wrong so you may want to delete it. Hope you like my project. Hugs Hazel xx


Hi, Pam. Great tutorial and gorgeous card, thank you for sharing! Miria xx

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