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Tags, Bags, Boxes and More (Episode #5)

Today is the last video for the TBBM series. We'll look at how to hide the score marks using your Gypsy to make the box on page 119 in the TBBM manual.



Have a great day and enjoy your Tags, Bags, Boxes and more cartridge.

26 comments

  1. Did I miss something--I didn't see a #4? Love you series! Thanks for taking the time to do these!

    {hugs} Storylady--Linda

    http://cardswithmycricut-storylady.blogspot.com/

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  2. Glad to hear your sister is home now and recovering. Cute box and love the paper you used. TFS!

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  3. happy to hear your sister is home and recovering. Very cute box. I like your suggestion for the window feature. Hhhmmm I think I'll make these for my son's class.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Liz

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  4. estherwheat@netscape.netJanuary 21, 2011 at 9:28 AM

    Thanks. I love that you show your actual work and don't gloss over things!

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  5. Christina, so glad your sister is home. Thank you for the series. I feel more confident now to use this cart.

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  6. Cute box.....so glad your sister is doing better.....
    Thank you for showing this book....sense I don't have it...got the free download....I didn't know about the tags.....thank you again.....so very helpful.....

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  7. glad to hear your sister is doing well, thanks for sharing you wealth of card making knowledge.

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  8. Thanks for doing this video series Christina... I picked up a ton of useful info. I hope to see many more videos series like this from you in the future. I am very happy that your sister is home.. I'll bet you all are too!

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  9. Very helpful Christina. So happy to hear your sister is doing well.
    I love the paper you used on that box. Very pretty.

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  10. Awesome videos. Thanks for the series. Good news about your sister. She is in my prayers. Jude

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  11. Thanks again for the video. You explain everything really well.
    I still have questions about which envelope you use with which card or can you mix them with this cart? The manual sure is no help with this.

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  12. As usual your video series was very informative.
    I'm also very happy to hear your sister is doing better. All the best to her and your family.

    Thank you so much.

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  13. Hey Christina I'm glad to hear your sister is home and healing. Tell her more prayers are on the way. Thanks so much for the info on the two punches!!! I've wanted the word window for ages! I love watching videos. Even if they are ones on the old cartridges. I can always learn something new! Thanks so much!

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  14. So glad your sister is recovering! The series was really helpful, as I just received this cartridge when I registered my new Gypsy. I was really confused as to how it would work, since there is no handbook, guide, etc. Very helpful, and Thank You.

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  15. This is one of my favorite cartridges - wish Provocraft would come out with a scoring blade that could be inserted in the Cricut like the markers. I'm thankful your sister is home and doing well. Thank you for your time in doing this videos!

    themom1247@gmail.com

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  16. zthat sure does help, Thank you! OXOX ~Olga

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  17. Luved this series, this cartridge was a bit intimidating, but now I think I can master it. I have an idea that I'm going to try (use my Cricut markers to draw the box shape with the score ticks, then cut hiding the scores so I know where to hand score).

    Thx!

    Jody

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  18. So very cute. Love these videos.

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  19. Thank you for explaining that hide couture button. On one of my last projects I kept trying to hide those marks but every time I hid one another would come up. or it would go to the outer edge You made it very clear. Thank you so much.

    I think I did a little better on my 3rd video check it out. I had to upload it 3x and all my captions disappeared.
    http://www.dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  20. Thanks for doing this series. Love the paper you used. Glad your sister is home and doing well.

    barbara614@insightbb.com

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  21. So glad your sis is home and well :)

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  22. Great video and good suggestion about cutting with window.

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  23. Thanks to you, I've dusted my off and started makes purses and boxes for my grandchildren for Valentine's Day! That was fun! Thanks so much for using some of the oldie but goodies!! (How's Jaime doing?)

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  24. Glad your sis is doing well. Thanks for the SU punch tips! Do you know of any others? That will save us tons of $. As for hiding the score marks with the Gypsy, I don't understand why you would want to hide them?? It makes it so much easier to score with them...Thanks for your videos

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  25. Christina, you inspire me and make me challenge myself more, thank you so much. Did you know you can turn the blade over and have it make score marks without cutting? So what I do is layer one do just the cut lines, then copy and paste to layer two, line up on the gypsy, then leaving pad in so it stays lined up, cut then turn over the blade and score.

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