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June 17, 2009


Maureen Johnson

I would love to learn more about working with glimmer mists and screens. Also I have a whole bunch of alcohol inks I don't know what to do with and distress ink pads. Simple layout techniques with new product would be fun as I get too hung up trying to make my layouts perfect instead of enjoying the project. Maybe I need a time management class!

Marah Cavenish

sewing flowers from scraps

charlotte Dixon

There are so many great Products out there, so Here are 10 that I think would be Fab to win

1. Tim Holtz stuff
2. Thickers
3. Prima Anything
4. Subscription to a Fantastic Kit club
5. Websters Stuff
6. Clip It up system
7. Glimmer Mist
8. Mimi Tote
9. K and Co Gift Pack
10. Basic Grey Paper pack. :0)

Thank you for such a great bunch of goodies. :0)

Dawn Hueser

Know anyone with access to Fantasy Film.......I would love to try playing with that,

Cheryl P

Alcohol inks for sure! I love 'em and know there are SO many more things to do with them than what I know!

Also ideas to get more out of your border punches!

Trace Geworsky

Techniques i would like to see are alcohol inks
glimmer mist
sewing 101 on a layout
copic markers
making mini albums and embellishments out of household items

Great prize ideas:
Big stamp package full of stamps, stamp cleaner, acrylic blocks, etc
Also seeing as how copics are a huge hit, maybe copics as a prize?
other gift ideas: A collection of mini albums

Maureen Johnson

Lately, it seems that many people are busy tracking their family heritage and scrapbooking those memories and pictures. So, I would suggest a heritage/vintage theme. I love all the old lace and pearls, tea cups and china, lace up boots and big heavy fur coats, old letters, pictures and postcards, old hats and flower print dresses, old cameras and gramaphones, etc.


Great blog! I'd like to learn how to decorate or chalk something embossed. Or how to utilize "scoring" as a decorative element. Thanks!

Tracey B

I would like to see some doodling basics. You are such expert and I think that it adds so much to a layout or cards. I would also like to see some how to reuse things like packaging.

Kelly Malacko

Themes.... I love having themes for parties. How about: 80's? (or any decade) tight and bright? Hawaiian? James Bond? Dress as your favourite embellishment? fall? OOOOO, you'll have so much fun. I'm a little jealous. I don't think I can come with a new baby.... I would like to, though.


I just started paper piecing by hand, so I'd love to see some techniques for that. I also wouldn't mind seeing something involving sewing. I have a sewing machine, and I quilt, but I haven't had the nerve to use it on a lo yet. I'd like to learn more about distressing too.

Sandy C

Hmmm. Stamping techniques, glimmer mist ideas, copic marker demo, a 'taste' of your class - make you own decorative paper.


Stamping...and unique about "green" embellishments using stuff from your own house?

Joe Willis

I'm not sure if my technique went through, but here are the top ten things/companies I would thid was a fabulous gift...
1. prima gift pack
2. jolee's boutique/EK success.
3. Tim Holtz (gift pack...or man hiself! ha~ha~)
4. Cricut expression/cartridges
5. wishblade
6. gift card for film developing/printing
7. anna griffin
8. webster's pages
9. bazzill
10. thickers

of course there are tons more...but theres are the first ten things I thought of...and would love...especially Tim Holtz...LOL...


i'd love to see a make n take w/ a new distressing technique.

Joe Willis

For the technique, I would LOVE to learn more about heat embossing and using alcohol inks. THose are the 2 things that I am scared to try!

Sarah MacKenzie

Like a lot of others, I would love to try anything with distressing and/or embossing, particularly using UTEE as I bought some, but haven't used it yet and know there are fabulous things that can be done with it, just not sure exactly what!


I loved the flowers you did for the make'n'take at the Scrapbook Your Heart Retreat. I would like to learn how to use watercolor crayons on stamped images.


I love to see techniques that involve new product! I also love to see techniques that you can use to re-purpose/alter things that you have in your stash so that you have more versatility.

Kyla Horner

Anything with stamps, embossing, alcohol inks and distressing.


I would love to see new types of distressing!


Techniques???? Well I never turn down a distressing technique. Maybe some new ways to use stamps.How about making embellies from stuff already in your stash?


mmmmm....... make and takes. Specialty cards, tags, little books. Of course with embellishments and fabulous techniques and products like Tim Holtz stuff.


Being a beginning scrapper, I would be interested in the basics. I'd also like to learn more about stamping and embellishing.

Reel Girl

Techniques I would like to learn at a make n' take? Anything to do with embossing, I have all the tools/supplies, have never done it! I love the way it looks.

Also, how do some scrappers make such perfect bows out of ribbon on their layouts, cards & projects - mine always come out all wonky!

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