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Old 07-11-2012, 07:24 AM
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I really wish that the personal shopper card kits had cut lines and fold lines on the papers. I know how to read a ruler but for some reason sometimes I measure wrong or something and end up messing up a card. Maybe I am the only one who could use some help? I would like to make this a suggestion to someone at PW but wouldn't know who to mention it to.
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Old 07-11-2012, 08:09 AM
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if the papers were marked with lines etc, then you wouldn't be able to use the leftovers for extra cards, ATCs etc.. just a thought !
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Not really Fab. If you think about it, the newsletter with the card instructions show cut lines and the rest of the paper is left alone. Maybe people wouldn't like it if they wanted to stray from the card instructions. Or maybe PW could put the cutting lines on the back of the paper?
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Some cut lines on the paper backs would be nice. I usually don't have trouble but get lazy. It would probably cost more to put cut lines on the papers which would mean a cost increase to club members. Guess I'd rather stick to doing it myself than to cost PW more money. I have a great ruler that I just love. Found it in the dollar general that has a ridge down the center so you can hold it securely in place. Since I found that ruler I find that I'm not messing up like I some times did. Judi
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I think like anything it's a learning curve and although I'm not immune to fudge the measurements I ended up making a different card and I was pleased with it. Also some members don't follow the projects and do their own cards, I honestly don't know but I like the leeway of not having markings. Back of the paper is a great idea though
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I guess I'm too much of an independent thinker. I love the card collections, but always want to do my own thing with them, so printed lines would pretty much keep me away.
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