Crafters Workshop
August 16, 2011

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Lucy (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
A little late to be posting here..but have another idea for the templates. How about using the clear embossing ink pad and embossing powder. I think it would look excellent!
Danette Baker (posted 3 years 3 months ago)
I am very intrigued by the templates you have and wonder what you suggest to temporarily adhere them to paper. In the webisodes you just seem to be holding them down but for me I would be concerned they would slip. So appreciate all the "free classes". They are so much fun to watch and trigger so much creativity!!!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Stencil tape works really well to hold down the templates. It is item #750333. Hope that helps.
Joyce Webb (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
Is the stylus used in this technique available from Paper Wishes? I don't find it in the catalog. I love this technique!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The stylus is item number 4001701 and it is metal and holds four different sized tips. Very nifty!
Allyson (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
Great episode. What is the technique you mentioned for the heart? Loved it. Thanks
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
It's called Zentangle and you can find books on it at (you guessed it) PaperWishes.com. It is very fun and relaxing.
Deanna (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
i love templates! And you guys are just awesome.
Jenny (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
Would love to see you use the butterflies
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
There are so many great templates and while we'd love to show them all, at least you can apply the same techniques to many of them.
sue (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
that was brilliant ,lol could these templates be used to emboss with the cuttlebug ?, i would be really interested to know . thanks Sue
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Jaime from Crafters Workshop says:
Yes, I've seen many people use their Cuttlebugs. Here are some step-by-step instructions:

Put in your A plate then B plate on top, and then your template. Next lay your card over the top of your template. Now lay your silicone baking mat over the top of your card. As a shim, use 4 layers of cards (or the backs of embossing folders). Last, lay your second B plate over the top to complete the sandwich and roll through.
Barbara (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
Your webisodes are wonderful. There is always something new to learn. Thanks for sharing this information and also for the fun and laughs.
Peggy (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
I am so thankful for the workshops. I am fairly new to cardmaking and I am hooked. You have taught me so much and I thank you from the depth of my heart.
Sally (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
I am already picturing a halloween card with the tree. Great fun!
MARY HOGGE (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS WORKSHOP BECAUSE I ALREADY HAVE THE SMALLER TREE BRACHES TEMPLATE. I WANT TO USE IT FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS WITH THE SILVER FLOWER DAZZLES ON THE BRANCHES FOR SNOWFLAKES....
MARY HOGGE (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS WORKSHOP BECAUSE I ALREADY HAVE THE SMALLER TREE BRACHES TEMPLATE. I WANT TO USE IT FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS WITH THE SILVER FLOWER DAZZLES ON THE BRANCHES FOR SNOWFLAKES....
Kathy B (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
You two are so funny, had a good laugh with you today :D
Enjoyed this webisode, these are nice templates - I have some great new ideas for card making.
LINDA MORRIS (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
These workshops are absolutely the greatest! Thank you for doing this for your customers.
Christine (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
What fantastic ideas! So many diverse ways to use these templates and what terrific themes! These webisodes are so much fun. I look forward to them and also watching the comraderie of Paulette and Ann is a joy.
Carol (posted 3 years 4 months ago)
Love your webisodes. Could you mention the brown paper or whatever that you do all projects on so I'll know what it is. Can it be purchased through Paper Wishes? New to all of this.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I think you mean the Craft Sheet and, yes, it is from Paper Wishes.
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