Dee's Holiday Cutting Dies
September 30, 2014

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Joleen (posted 11 hours 9 minutes ago)
Wow, this was an amazing webisode! I love, love, love the projects you did ladies! So darn creative!! Thanks for all the great ideas (and the opportunity to spend more money...!!)
terrie (posted 12 hours 7 minutes ago)
Another great video and I like how Gail shows us how some of the technique on the card.
Well done ladies
katie (posted 12 hours 17 minutes ago)
WOW! There goes my resolve to just use what I already have for my holiday cards this year. Great new items. Thanks.
Janelle Graham (posted 13 hours 10 minutes ago)
Wow! I LOVE these cutting dies and the cards are simply delightful. Well done Gail, you did a wonderful job on your cards.
Cynthia (posted 14 hours 42 minutes ago)
Love these dies and cards...gorgeous!
Glo (posted 17 hours 53 minutes ago)
Oh wow! These cutting dies are so wonderful! Thank you for all the demos, it is so helpful!
Caroline (posted 20 hours 16 minutes ago)
These dies are just beautiful.I love the 3D effect of the trees,bells,candles and the pine bows.
Connie (posted 23 hours 34 minutes ago)
Love these new cutting dies, especially the trees! I'm envisioning the winter trees not only on Christmas cards but using them on scrapbook pages for Christmas, Winter season & snowmobile trips! I can hardly wait for my order.
Laura (posted 1 day ago)
I've had my eye on all of these dies for a while, so I'm glad to see them in action, so to speak. I must tell you, my crazy brain went off on some tangents while I was looking at the individual pieces during your webisode. Ready for my crazy ideas? 1) The two little flame pieces could be cut out of green paper and made into tiny leaves. 2) The bell sillouette without the clapper could be used as a long skirt & paired with a doll stamp. 3) The top, pointy part of the stocking could be a jester's collar, or, you might be able to turn it into a blouse to go with the bell skirt. 4) An individual piece of one of the trees could be a skirt to go with a doll stamp. You might be able to create a whole outfit with 2-3 different tree pieces. I will have to get all of these cutting dies & experiment with them to see if my ideas will work.
Kim (posted 1 day ago)
Wow, wow, wow! And I don't mean Week of Webisodes. Paulette you are right, these dies are spectacular! The snowy tree card is so beautiful! The embossed background really set it off. And Gail your candle card was perfect! To get that in the mail would thrill anyone. Thank you ladies and now off to to order.
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