Paper Trey Ink Order and Tutorial

Hi Everyone,
I just want to thank you all for the helpful tips on how to pack scrap supplies for on-the-go crafting. I took a lot of your advise and used that to pack...unfortunately I never got to use it. Scott had a computer emergency at work and we had to cut out trip short :( But I did come home to start working on a layout and did a little blog lift too.
Here is my latest Paper Trey Ink order along with a quick tutorial at the end :)
Enjoy
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Now run out and buy some foam and make your own foam thickers with all the alphabet dies you have at home. You can even use the Tim Holtz alteration dies too. 
Have a great day, 
Hugs and happy crafting, 
Christina


12 comments

  1. Great idea! I really need to check out Paper Trey Ink. Those sets are adorable!

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  2. Thanks so much...I see foam shapes, flowers, etc. in my future!

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  3. I love your idea about using adhesive foam. I really appreciate all of your creative ideas. Thanks!

    Lindsey

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  4. Thanks for the idea, you really can save a lot of money doing it that way. What a good excuse to buy dyes.

    Roxanna

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  5. Thanks for the idea with the Thickers. I just ordered the Block Upper Alphabet set. Never did I even think of using it for that. This will definitely keep some money in my purse; at least until I find something else to spend it on. TFS, Smooches... Felicia

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  6. I love this idea! Thanks for sharing. I watched a youtube video of a lady who makes her own pop dots using the foam. I'm going to watch for it to go on sale!!

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  7. Thanks for sharing. I didn't think the foam was usable for scrapbooking, but I may just have to start using it.

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  8. I have never purchased Thickers before because I didn't like the expense. I also didn't like the idea of not having enough of the letters I need or an excess of the ones I don't need. This idea is BRILIANT! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Hi Christina,

    If you use wax paper on the die when cutting your paper, the die cut will come right out. Hope this helps!

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  10. Brilliant sis!!! Love all your new goodies :) Hugs, T

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  11. Love love this haul and idea! Thanks, off to Michaels!

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