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Video Tips On Using Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies

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The new  Rectangle Stitched Framelit Dies are a set of thirteen dies.  But....as you will learn in today's video you can get so much more then thirteen imagines.  

i am going to show you how you can get 4 different images from just one of these Rectangle Stitch Dies.  WOW what does that mean?  You can have a minimum of 52 different size rectangles from these dies.  What a bargain is that?

And if that wasn't a good enough bargain, if you purchase the Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies with the Amazing Life Stamp  Set you save 10% with the bargain price.

 

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February’s Online Customer Appreciation Exclusive PDF Tutorial comes from the Tea Together Stamp Set, found in the Occasions Catalog, and the Sale-a-Bration Framelits Dies Tea Time.  It has a total of nine cards, with three of them being Creative Folds.     

Get this tutorial free with Online orders of $30.00 or more, before tax and shipping, in My Online Store the month of February, when you use the Hostess Code XNZR7AEM. 

Don’t forget it is Sale-a-Bration Time, so with a $50 order you can add a Free Sale-a-Bration Item. 

If your order is over $150 DO NOT use the hostess code, so you get all the stamping rewards.  I will send you the PDF.  

Or better yet, become a Smart Shopper and earn $76 in FREE PRODUCT and receive this PDF Tutorial Free as a training for your first event.  Learn more here. 

Would you like to just purchase the PDF Tutorial?  You can for just $9.95.  E-mail me jlbauwin@roadrunner.com and I will send you an invoice.

 

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Lind Bauwin

Thanks will give it a try

DKK

Test this out:
Place the rectangle framelits and cardstock at an “angle” on your Big Shot cutting pads, instead of straight forward. This way, while running the framelits thru the Big Shot, the framelits go thru smoother without that bump at the beginning and bump towards the end. I hope this makes sense!

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