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    I have to be honest, I thought her stuff was awful. I hate that fashion industry style artwork.
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    I'm with you there PP. I hadn't seen her work before, but having had a look see, yuk springs to mind.

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    Ahhhhh, at least it was nice to see something fresh and different and the techniques can be applied to products we might already have. As we are about to be subjected to a whole 10 days of repetitive Crafters Companion shows I thought it was nice to see new things (except for dies, they still bore me). x
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    I can't believe we have yet another birthday event from Crafters Companion. It only seems like five minutes since the last one. Quick, where is the off button on this Freesat box thingie??? Oh just press anything and leave it to 'himself' to sort out later. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RozMinis View Post
    I can't believe we have yet another birthday event from Crafters Companion. It only seems like five minutes since the last one. Quick, where is the off button on this Freesat box thingie??? Oh just press anything and leave it to 'himself' to sort out later. ;)

    Roz
    Well, we had 10 days on Tonic which was just as repetitive didn't we, and the Creative Expressions 'takeover'!! I cannot believe the die market is still going strong, although when I look on craft sale sites, ie people selling their unused stash, 90% of it is dies!! xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenpeper View Post
    ... I cannot believe the die market is still going strong, although when I look on craft sale sites, ie people selling their unused stash, 90% of it is dies!! xx
    I am grateful that I am not really into dies as they are expensive. I have a few standard nesting ones and the odd Christmas one but that is really it. I do like collecting stamps though
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    Five of the drawers in my filing cabinet thingie have dies in them, plus another one with C******* dies. None of the drawers are actually full, in fact one drawer has my Ink Duster brushes in it. I think all but the C******** drawer has other things in.

    I seldom buy dies, or anything else for that matter, these days. I invested in four reels of red/green ribbon today from The Works, some double sided sticky tape, and some green/red jewels. I then invested in a pack of 50 C6 card blanks, a reel of red double sided sticky tape, and some glue from the stall in the market. I wanted some peel-offs, but although he told me they would have some new ones in last Wednesday, they was nothing new at all. He then went on to say that as they were only going to be in the outdoor market after next week, they were running their stock down. Perhaps I will have to bite the bullet and have a trip into town on either a Wednesday. Friday, or Saturday, just to have a look you understand.

    I used to buy craft stuff from my local market, but I go in the opposite direction on Tuesday, and can't be bothered on my way home from Morrison's on a Saturday.

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    I haven't bought any dies for ages but have quite a few. My hubby made me a couple of lovely storage units for them so they sit on the worktop in my craft room.
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    I know that I'm a bit off topic, but didn't want to start a new thread, I just wondered if anybody had bought the Tim Holtz swirling star thinlit die. I like it but I don't think that I have actually seen a demo where it was cut from card live on air. When Sizzix Sharon used it, it was one she had cut earlier and then when she did cut with it she used stencil paper. I don't really have the patience to keep running dies through machines many times to get a decent cut, so I won't buy it if it is a faff.


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