Cinch
December 27, 2011

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Jenni L (posted 2 years 9 months ago)
aha Paulette, you have family here! (Aust.) Now I thought you just came to give us classes! enjoyed the webisode (as usual)
MsFit (posted 2 years 10 months ago)
I love my new Cinch and am eager to make more small books incorporating some of the ideas you have shown. However, I am wondering whether you will soon be offering any more sizes of wires, especially the 3/8" and 1/2".
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We will look into them. Thanks for the comment.
susan D (posted 2 years 10 months ago)
I love your videos but this one, showing how to miter corners was a life saver for me. I cover plain picture mats with paper and embellish them. I tried the trick Paulette showed to cover a book and it works great! Nice neat corners! I NEVER fail to learn something new and helpful when I watch these!
Kathy B (posted 2 years 10 months ago)
Ahhhh, a person can never have enough cool tools!! This looks like fun, also love the embossed papers and tissue!
Pocono Pam (posted 2 years 10 months ago)
I sooooo needed this episode! I bought a CINCH awhile ago and haven't opened it yet! I will TONIGHT!
Celia K. (posted 2 years 10 months ago)
Wow! This webisode was great. All of your webisodes have helped me gain a lot of confidence as a scrapper. and what a bargain this week. The cinch alone can cost so much more in some scrapbook stores than it does in your wonderful bargain. In addition, we get the advantage through you of seeing how the cinch works. The books you made in this webisode are beautiful. would make great gifts. Thanks Paulette and Ann.
Robin W (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I really enjoyed the webisode on book binding and the the demo for mitered corners. One thing that wasn't addressed was how to get rid of the point sticking out at the corners.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
from Paulette: I'm sorry that I didn't mention this important step. After cutting the paper as shown, I use glue stick on the paper and first press the paper up onto the point of the book board. Then fold over each side of the paper. You won't have a paper point with this method. Thank you for the question.
charlene (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Loved this webisode. Your ideas are fantastic. Can't wait to try some bookmaking.
Christine Ford (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Love it . do you have a supplier in Australia
Also would like to have some of those lovely embossed papers. thank you.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
from Paulette:
While Hot Off The Press sells to many retailers in Australia and through Birch Habidashery, every single day we ship customers' orders directly to Australia and to about 30 other countries too. Also my son and his Australian wife live east of Brisbane so, you see, we have a close connection to the folks down under.
Teresa Galvan (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
First I will like to wish to all of you A Happy New Year. Thank you for all the inspiration you give to all of us. I always looking forward to all your creation. I'm glad I saw this webisode and is on my wish list. Thanks again. To my friends forever.
Tina (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I got the cinch for christmas and I was thrilled to see this episode.I can't wait to play with mine.
Renee Hessell (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Although I originally purchased this tool to hold instructional booklets for the college classes I taught my inner scrapbook artist knew the real reason. It is one cool tool--pardon the rhyme!
Karen H/Texas (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
OMG, I almost didn't take a look at this new tool. Glad I did, I'm so inspired. This little gem is for sure going on my wish list. Thanks for all the great ideas. Happy New Year to all my PW friends!
kathyc/northcarolina (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
I got the cinch as a Christmas present, so I'm thrilled to see some great ideas for using it. And, I'm salivating over those tissue papers. WOW!!!!!
brenda (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
You used tissue paper on the cover of the book but, did not necessarily mention how the adhesive was not showing through the tissue. Did you use a special adhesive for this process to turn out so nice? I tend to avoid using tissue or vellum because the adhesive shows through and ruins the whole look. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Lodell made the book and said she used regular glue stick and it didn't show! It's nice to see that she had such success. I hope this helps.
Caroline (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Another great, inspiring episode, thank you! I especially appreciated the lesson on how to make perfect, mitered corners for book binding.
Jessica (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
This goes on my Christmas wish list for next year!
wendy (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Love the Cinch - the books look fantastic and so easy to do, especially after your wonderful video! And those printed tissue papers and gorgeous embossed papers are definitely going into my next order when they are available!
Connie (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
sweet, i have always wanted one of those binders. love it!!!
Gloria (posted 2 years 11 months ago)
Beautiful work, great tool. Where can I purchase the tissue paper it's gergous,
Thank you. Love u paulette
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
As you might guess we will carry all six of the tissue papers at Paper Wishes.com. While we did expect them today, they will arrive just a little late. They should be here by Jan. 9. Here are the item numbers:
4004784 white tissue paper
4004774 kraft tissue paper
4004775 ivory tissue paper
4004751 Paris tissue paper
4004949 keys tissue paper
4004750 bird song tissue paper

Thank you for your patience as the manufacturers get the goodies to us and us to you. We promise to hurry!
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