Dee's Spring Cutting Dies
April 7, 2015

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Rose (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
I have the pop up dies and stamps. It is really very simple to die cut and assemble this card. The diections are complete and easy to follow. They make stunning cards! I enjoyed the video and the ideas you and the rest of the team give us. Thanks!
Glory-Ann (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Very nice webisode ladies! Are you going to have a money saver on the Build A Bouquet Pop-up-set, Build A Bouquet Die set and the Cling Rubber stamp set? Very pretty cards. I also love the LONGER webisodes!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Sorry, we will not be offering money savers on these items.
Leticia (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Thank you for this and all the webisodes you do for all of us that we are hungry to learn more and more, thank you for your valuable time teaching us, I they are long I really do not mind because you teach us step by step and we learn them alive, I hate to read instructions I love they way you teach. Thank you so much Paulette and Gail you are Awesome. Please keep going. Have a great rest of the day.
Patti Jo (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Gail and Paulette and team are the dynamic trio. I myself would like to see more of each process. Including the embossing powders being melted and the embossing folders with the machine. I always have trouble with the plates how to make the sandwich for embossing and dies. When can we have another full week of webasodes? I look forward to seeing you. I feel like I am sitting across the table with you two laughing and giggling too. You make my days brighter! Thank you for letting me be part of the fun.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Our next week of webisodes will be starting April 27th!
Terri Fulper (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Love this webisode! Great job as usual. I would love to see them be LONGER rather than shorter, and repeat as often as you like. I am not an artist and need to be shown multiple times to get it through my head!!
Rita (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
So many options with these cutting dies and stamps! Loved them all. Thanks so much for sharing and entertaining!!
Charlsi (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Thank you for another very informative. Video. Always look forward to the next one
Tricia (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Your Webisodes are fabulous. I happen to have two degrees in art and you never ever have enough knowledge to stop learning new ideas especially about new products and you gals due a wonderful job. Please keep up a job well done.
Annette (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
I kept thinking of "Gloria Swanson" Remember her!? Anyway, I wanted to say, thank you very much. Beautiful and inspiring! Annette
Glo (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Don't pay any attention to what Martha said, I say the longer the better, I love it! We need to know everything about the products we're going to buy.
Nic Nor (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
I much prefer some repeats than a script. You feel it's all natural, including the funnies, like when Gail kept forgetting to show the ribbons. Also they do want you to try multiple choices. On another note, I'm not too good with markers and did not buy any so far but would die-cut the flowers with patterned paper and I think I would still get a great bouquet.
Diana (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Can't believe some one thinks the webisodes are too long!! I so look forward to them and am so sorry to see them end. Great ideas and instructional, too!
Jo (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Thank you so much for caring about all of us in that you take the time to make these videos! I never ever get tired or bored whten watching. I am disabled and live alone. I can't tell you how much I look forward to your video instructions. Not only do I learn a lot but I feel as though I'm spending time with friends as I watch and follow along. Please don't let "Martha's" opinion change what you do. I appreciate you Paulette and Gail - you have taught me sooo much! Thank you, thank you!
Trisha (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Well, I for one do not mind the videos being so long. I get a lot of really good info from them and really enjoy the fact that they show you how to make certain designs. Thanks Ladies for your informative videos!! Keep on doing it your way!
Vickie (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Love, love all the cards (and dies). In the gallery, what is the black rectangle with "Gloria's Collection"? There was no link, so it was hard to see, but looks interesting!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
That sheet has some suggestions of other ways to use the Gloria Swan and we wanted to share it. We talked a little about it on the webisode but Dee sent the sheet so we shared!
kim (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Oh please don't take Martha's comment as the Norm, I wish the episodes were longer with even more ideas!!!! Can't wait for the Stampendous stamps to come in!
Joleen (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Awesome webisode ladies!! Thanks for the great instructions and great projects!!
Connie (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
When seeing the Stampendous sats I couldn't help but think I would also cut the vases from acrylic and use a real paper doiley to set it on. This set sure inspires the imagination!
Diane Lynne C. (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Love the swan center step card with trees. It is so gorgeous. Great color combination, too. As for the swan.....perhaps it was named for Gloria Swanson, who was a very famous actress in the 1920's. Swanson is most remembered for her portrayal of Norma Desmond in 1950's movie Sunset Boulevard. Perhaps when the Stampendous stamps come back in stock, you will make a bundle? There is so much you could do with this grouping. Love the vases.
Lee C (posted 2 years 6 months ago)
Dee has done it again.,, very pretty (and versatile) cutting dies. Thank you ladies for sharing inspirational project ideas.
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