Dee's Distinctively Spring Flowers Cutting Dies
February 24, 2015

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Anne M (posted 1 day 22 hours ago)
Loved the whole webisode. Gail I was having trouble hearing you. Your voice was
so soft compared to Paulette
maybe your "mike" needed adjusting. You have so many wonderful ideas, such a creative mind!
Rhonda (posted 2 days 3 hours ago)
Absolutely gorgeous, each and every project. Design team, thanks for sharing your talent with us. Paulette and Gail, the webisode is as wonderful as you are!
patricia p (posted 2 days 18 hours ago)
You gals have done it again and these are great and so are your tutorials. Love the two of you together and I laugh so much it's fantastic and I'm learning to boot. Great job.
pat
laura (posted 2 days 18 hours ago)
Stunning! I love all of these projects, but Debbie's cards take the big prize this week. I ordered the orchid die already & should get it later this week. Can't wait to use it. Would like to get the other dies as well.
Sandy (posted 2 days 19 hours ago)
I love them all. Just ordered the bundle! Thanks for sharing ideas.
Diane Lynne C. (posted 3 days ago)
Wow! So different from any other dies you have in your catalogue. The Get Well layered card is my favorite and the scrapbook page is outstanding. This is one of my favorite webisodes as I like ALL the samples. Thanks for sharing. u have in your catalogue.
Cheryl (posted 3 days 3 hours ago)
Great presentation ladies! Wish I had these right now, but will get them ordered soon. Thanks for all your demos - I really appreciate them.
Glory-Ann (posted 3 days 3 hours ago)
Hi Ladies,
Loved the webisode, as usual very nice. Gail, the only correction is the term concave. Concave is the dish shape. Convex was the stamen shape turned over after you cupped it.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
You are so right Glory-Ann! I do know the difference in those two terms and I totally lost my mind for a moment and reversed them on the webisode! Concave refers to a cupped surface like the inside of a bowl, and convex refers to a spherical outer surface, like the outside of the bowl. Thanks for catching that! -Gail
Dottie (posted 3 days 3 hours ago)
I just LOVE the flowers with the velvet paper, they would look so real!!
terrie (posted 3 days 4 hours ago)
Lovely flowers dies...
I have to say the cards that the designer team made are awesome...
Love them all
Thank you Paulette and Gail.
Cynthia (posted 3 days 7 hours ago)
Gorgeous projects!
Caroline (posted 3 days 10 hours ago)
Awesome!!!
Winnie (posted 3 days 11 hours ago)
Absolutely intriguing use of these dies and the scrapbook layout is to die for - I'm so glad I own "On Butterfly Wings"
Glo (posted 3 days 17 hours ago)
Every card is extraordinary, the scrapbook page is extraordinary, the presentation was wonderful, thank you!
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