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Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator Dec 5, 2015. 7 Replies

Anyone know where I can purchase a Crossover ? I've googled with no success. Continue

 

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At 6:22am on December 23, 2015, Karen Knegten said…

I wasn't planning on instructions for that card.  I used a Cuttiebug folder and scalloped heart Spellbinder dies for the background. With the holidays quickly approaching I am short on time for more of a explanation.  Merry!

At 9:03pm on November 30, 2015, Sharon Prophet said…

Hi Jean, so glad you found Stamptv I started here about 4 or 5 years ago and still love all the product and Gina herself is just awesome as are the team and members.  I know you are looking for a crossover machine and tattered rose a British company sells it but right now Blitsy has it on sale for Cyber Monday.  They started as a daily deal site but have grown.  There are usually good deals to be had especially for US as shipping isn't bad.  Anyway we are not allowed to leave links on the forum to other suppliers and nor would I want to because I really respect Gina.  Here is where you can find the machine but just to let you know they won't always carry it http://blitsy.com/events/tattered-lace-die-cutting-machine-dies-embossing-folders?utm_source=bronto&utm_medium=email&utm_term=UP%20TO%2053%25%20OFF&utm_content=HURRY!%20Cyber%20Monday%20prices%20end%20soon!&utm_campaign=HURRY!%20Cyber%20Monday%20prices%20end%20soon!%20-%20Remail%202015%2F11%2F30%2017:00  Just in case the link doesn't work go to Blitsy.com and look under tattered lace.  Good Luck:)

At 7:23am on November 29, 2015, Becky Partan said…

Good morning, Jean.  Sebastian is on the east coast, a couple of hours south of you. There used to be a stamp store in Daytona, I think the name is Stamp and Deliver. They might do stamping classes.

My sister, who lives in Ormond Beach, has absolutely no interest in stamping. She doesn't know what she's missing.

I used to have a scrapbooking and rubber stamp store, but closed it 10 years ago after all the hurricanes that year. There aren't any stamping stores here either 

There are a lot of great videos here that teach you step by step. And YouTube is great, too.

Have a great day.  

At 7:50am on November 22, 2015, Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator said…

 
 
 

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