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Friday Funday Tutorial - Rustic Tags

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Amy Jun 3. 11 Replies

Welcome this week to ourStamp Tv Kit Addicts Friday Funday…Continue

Friday Funday - Distress Ink & Water Place Cards

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Bonnie Jan 11. 21 Replies

Hi everyone, I wanted to let you all know this will be my last post…Continue

Friday Funday!

Started by Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT. Last reply by Jan Brazier Nov 21, 2017. 5 Replies

Hello! Welcome to Friday Funday! Karen asked me to host this week and it as my pleasure!  However, to my slight horror and embarrassment, when I came over here to post, I realized I'd kind of confused this with the Mix It Up Monday when I prepared,…Continue

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Friday Funday - Inked Up Embossing Folder! :)

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Zoa Jean Warner Nov 10, 2017. 8 Replies

Welcome to this weeks Friday Funday Tutorial! This week we are going to…Continue

STVKC#39 - Fall / Giving Thanks Tag

Started by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator. Last reply by Dawn Skene Nov 3, 2017. 2 Replies

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Stamp TV Kit Addicts - Friday Funday - Eyelets and Twine

Started by Debrah Warner. Last reply by Selina Macisco Oct 31, 2017. 13 Replies

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Comment by Tammy barnhouse on March 17, 2018 at 7:26pm

I'm not sure how to pm anyone but would like to go

Comment by Judy Inukai on March 17, 2018 at 8:57am

Tammy, I notice you live in Lonedell, which is not far from St. Louis. There is a Stamp and Scrap convention at the Gateway Center in Collinsville IL April 6-7. PM me and I'll send you the link if you're interested. They primarily have classes that you have to sign up for (and pay for). They also have a Vendor Fair. I believe admission is $10.00. Usually there are vendors that have Copics at a reduce price, and often is even less if you buy 10 at a time. ArtMart in St. Louis sells Copics, but I don't know if you can use their coupons. They will also refill them for about $2.50 per marker. Or as Bonnie suggested you can make your own using Gina's reinkers.

Comment by Bonnie on March 17, 2018 at 8:16am

Tammy, here is the list I use. There are several different lists out there but I am pleased with how these match. I get the Sketchers cuz that is what Gina sold at one time and I just finished my collection with them. All that said, I now fill the tubes with Gina's re-inkers when they run out. Perfect match every time. 

Gina Copics.pdf

Comment by lovinpaper on March 17, 2018 at 8:10am

Hi Tammy,  I have few Copic markers, but when I purchase, I use a coupon and go to Hobby Lobby or Michael's.  Simon Says Stamp has a Copic sale right now, so that might be a good place.  Dick Blick has good prices.  I often purchase a marker by getting a match to Gina's cardstock, or her or Melanie's coloring.  Theresa usually lists her Copic markers used in her videos also.  Good Luck!

Comment by Tammy barnhouse on March 17, 2018 at 7:54am

I want to buy Coptic markers what's the best way and which ones do you buy the 

y have different types

Comment by Lesley Shenfield on February 17, 2018 at 7:21pm

Thank you to all those of you who have replied to my question regarding storage of blocks.  I have quite a few and will need to re-think my storage system.

Comment by Terri Young on February 12, 2018 at 9:42am

I have been using the small binders for over a year. I bought them and the clear page protectors at Office Depot. I place my stamps on one side of the white plastic board from GKD, and add a cover picture over that. Then I add the matching dies on the back side. That way I can take 1 page out and keep everything together if I am working at home or on the road. I currently have 6 3" binders and 3 1" binders.

As for my block stamps, I use the clear cases from GKD (the full kits come in one). The thickness of the block stamp is just right to fit into these containers, I can stack the plastic holders and search quickly and can see an entire group at once and not have to remove a layer to see what is below.

Hope this makes sense.

As for losing our mojo, well, we just need to sit down and do it.

If I were to challenge y'all, I would say pull out 1 stamp set you haven't used yet (or haven't used in a long time) and create a card.

Reading with loads of interest and staying warm!

Comment by Bonnie on February 12, 2018 at 8:19am

My blocks are in a small sturdy box that sits on the corner of my work space. It holds the blocks,  3 kinds of tape and a few small triangles. My larger one is in the tote that sides at my feet and has the copics, brushes and hand held punches. 

Oh I like those binders Lisa, may have to check into those sweeties. 

Comment by Judy Inukai on February 12, 2018 at 8:07am

Lisa, I'm still getting notifications when there's a comment in the Addicts Group and in the Members Sharing Forum (tho not much activity there). I do miss the follow button on our postings. I just try to check back a day or so after I post a card (though I haven't posted for a while).

I visited another Hobby Lobby over the weekend and the gold binder wasn't marked down, nor were the black ones. With their 40% off coupon its still a nice savings. I may pick up a couple more, especially now that they are also carrying the pockets.

With rearranging my craft area, I'm finding some other long lost or forgotten items and stuff that I'm trying to repurpose. I managed to find two Christmas incentive sets that I couldn't locate when I was setting up my binder, as well as an embossing folder that had fallen on the floor and slid under a shelf.

I finally got some inspiration for DH's Valentine. Hope I can get it finished in time to enter it in the Mod Squad. I may even decorate the envelope for this month's challenge (usually I just tuck the flap in the cards I give him so I can reuse the envelope LOL). He does the same for the cards he buys me, so I have a collection of larger envelopes if the need arises.

Comment by lovinpaper on February 12, 2018 at 7:40am

Judy, the binder you bought cheaply at Hobby Lobby is one that I have.  The pockets that came with it hold a lot and those laminated sheets work well in it.  Great find!  Mine is black, but I really like the gold.

Lesley, my acrylic blocks are stacked on my work surface.  I saw the post you are referring to.  She is quite organized, but she has nearly 3 times as many blocks as I have.  I doubt I need a cutlery box for my cubes.

I like the idea of using a sketch.  Maybe somebody can find one from the link that Bonnie posted several weeks ago.  I know I placed that file on my Kindle so I could easily find it, especially in my craft room.  I often take it with me when I go upstairs.

I am enjoying reading the posts that were commented yesterday.  I sure miss the follow button, but will survive.  I just need to remember to look at the last update date and think if I have been there since that date or time.

 

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