Cinch
December 27, 2011

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Barbara C. (posted 2 years 8 months ago)
Paulette just when I thought I had it all. You go and show me something I just know I have to have. The demonstration by you an Ann makes this seem so easy to use. The embosed papers and the project are awesome. This Cinch is going on my wish list and soon--Ihope--to have it in hand.
Janet S. (posted 2 years 8 months ago)
I am so glad you are carrying this product. I bought one for myself as a Christmas present (so sorry). However, I do need ideas and products for the Cinch and love the project in the episode. I hope you will carry the wires and bookboard separately at some point. The Cinch is very easy to use right out of the box. Thank you, Paper Wishes.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Yes we will carry the book boards and wires separately. So glad you are happy with the Cinch even if you didn't get it from us--our fault, we should have had it earlier!
Sandhills Patty (posted 2 years 8 months ago)
Could you give us a hint, on how to make the lined paper on the computer?? Thanks!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Lodell said she opened a Word document and went to the borders & shading tab then selected the border she liked. She used the underscore key on her keyboard to make the lines. Really easy!
Sandhills Patty (posted 2 years 8 months ago)
I didn't think I would use this tool...but after watching, my mind is bursting with ideas!! As a rancher lady.. I love tools. Also I love the new tissue papers, and I think used dryer sheets would work well, for the pretty flower!! Just glimmer mist whatever color you want. Happy New Years to all of you at Paper Wishes!
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