Tin Pins & Stamps
August 2, 2013

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Viewer Comments

Renee (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Fun video and the cards are just too sweet!
Ann (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
So adorable. The cards with the sea creatures and holographic papers were fantastic. I had to buy everything so I could make those cards. My package arrived today, so tomorrow I will be playing! I didn't think I'd like the tin pins but they are really great and add a lot. I'm absolutely addicted to these webisodes and think they are so smart and such a wonderful way to highlight the products. Paulette and her design team are truly creative and inspiring.
BArbara (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Gail, your cards are awesome. I especially enjoyed the embossing on the holographic paper. Your work is exceptional.
Robin (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
These are precious! Love the concept of the Tin Pins. Hope she designs more!
Dianna (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
The tin pins and cards shown are ADORABLE!! I will have to get the princess ones for my granddaughter's birthday.
Peggy Kempf (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
You need to use a stamp pad or a mouse pad to stamp on then you would ever have a problem with it not stamping, A great webisode as always!!!!
Linda (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
These cards are so adorable and will certainly bring smiles to all little girls and boys who receive them. Gail, I absolutely love the little octopus card. I didn't realize you could emboss on holographic paper; thanks for the tip! Every week (along with the Week of Webisodes) I look forward to spending time with Paulette and Gail as they exhibit all the beautiful cards created by the talented PaperWishes designers! Thanks for a great week!
Laura (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Oh wow!!!I love every single item, every technique,every thing!!! Thank you so much, I am in heaven!!! I shall get everything!!!
Doris (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Thank you for showing all the measurements for the four folding card. Always like to learn new ideas.
Elise (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
These are so adorable! Thanks for sharing all the great techniques! Another great week of webisodes!
Janette Draper (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Thank you, Paulette and Gail, for the lovely week of 'playing with you' as you shared info on fun toys and techniques. I really enjoy getting ALL of your webisodes and getting ideas on using the products I've purchased from Paper Wishes in the past. My family and friends love your items also. One of my daughters was visiting from out of state and ended up taking home a big box of supplies I've had laying around. She even watched a few webisodes and we ordered Lovely Ladies set from that webisode. The hard part was dividing it in half but we did. lol She ended up with a box that cost us $50 to send to Houston! Thanks for the fun!
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