Handmade Holiday: Magic Metal Stencils
October 8, 2010

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Juergen Volkmer (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Ich bin neu mit diesem Webangebot, und finde ich es einfach fantastisch. Alle die Videos lehrt mich neue Methoden zu benutzen. Paulette ist sehr informativ und Ich finde Ann, Suess und Wunderschoen, zu sein. Ich warte auf die naechste Angeboten.
Gladys (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Thank you for the fun webisodes. A great way to stop your stencils from sticking to the adhesive sheets, is to rub the back of the stencil with soap.
southgirl (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Stayed up til 5 am using all my old metal stenzils...tried several ways....Glitter everywhere. I am having too much fun, imagine putting pop dots under them and a maybe a jewel or 2!! You 2 are having so much fun together.
Debby (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
It was an amazibg week with the projects you presented. I haven' tried making a bookyet, but that sounds like something for a snow day to do. BUT, you blew me away with the final day with the use of stencils and glitter. It has given me one more style of this years Christmas. Fan't wait till my package gets here!!
Maria (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
WOW, A Million times WOW.
sharon kraft (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I loved the whole week of webisodes. I really like the collage, shabby chic and all the other papercrafts. Ann does a great job and certainly is an asset to your team. thanks for all the ideas. I am working on the canvas project from the first day of the week of webisodes. Also thanks for the birthday card on the 8th. It was so nice seeing everyone saying happy birthday to me. Thanks once again for all the great ideas.
carol (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I enjoyed this webisode very refreshing.
Lynn C. (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
This week of webisodes was phenomenal. Paulette and Ann you have outdone yourselves and raised the bar once again. I loved that you showed us one card where flocking didn't work for you so we know the ins and outs of your great products. I hope we can see more of Ann. You two are great together.
Judie (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I love your your webisodes so much, especially when you have a full week of them. I have learned so many new techniques and have gotten so many new ideas. Thank You.
Patti Gold (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I have enjoyed these segment of webisodes, so much. Love all the gift ideas and will be making these for Christmas gifts this year.Please do more webisodes on gift ideas. Paulette and Ann have enjoyed you together and would love to see you again on the webisodes. You two are great together and Ann you are so talented.
Jan (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
First of all I just love it when you do a full week of demo's. I look forward to them. A suggestion--so the stencil does not stick to the adhesive I have used full sheets of Avery labels. Also, I always work from dark to light with the glitter, and after doing the first glitter I take a blush brush to remove any loose glitter. Now I am off to order the stencils. Great great video, but I do miss Sarah so much
sue (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
What a terrific week of webisodes. Ann is just fabulous, I would love to see more of her, she's so cute and bubbly.
Kristine (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
What a great WOW! Loved you two together-lots of fun and some great gift ideas!
Iris Mcnab (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Thanks,Paulette,and Ann.You gals do one heck of a good job,I am crazy about glitter,but also afraid that I could easily get it everywhere,thanx...for the lovely tip,now I know how to clean up too!!
DJ (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Ann is both adorable and talented! She's just great on the webisodes ... very enjoyable to watch! She's not Sara yet, but give her a little time!!!
Jennifer (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I have truly enjoyed eating my lunch this week at my desk and watching your tutorials. You two did a great job. Thanks
Ginny (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I missed a couple this wk., how do I find the Monday webisode?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Good question! Click on the webisode & gallery archive on the right side of your screen and scroll down to the show on Oct. 4. All previous shows are listed or you can enter a topic in the search engine.
Jeanne Mason (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
I love the webisodes and watch them every week. What I was wondering is if you have ever thought of doing a magazine? I get a number of scrapbooking and cardmaking magazines and am disappointed because I can never find the supplies to make the projects. It would be nice to have a magazine put out by you where I can get all the supplies for the projects frome you. Just a thought. Thanks for listening.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I guess the webisodes are our magazine and TV show rolled into one. With the sorry state of the magazine business, we won't be doing one but we do promise to keep making webisodes. I know exactly what you mean about having trouble finding the items shown in some magazines. I hope the webisodes and gallery of instructions makes things easy for you. Thanks for posting.
Kathy B (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Wow, what a great way to end the Week of Webisodes!! I would never have thought to use stencils and glitter, and can't wait to try this. Thanks again Paulette and Ann!
Jackie (posted 3 years 10 months ago)
Just beautiful! Another way to use these stencils would be to run them through your Cuttlebug, or other type of machine and emboss or deboss your paper.
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