A Friend for All Seasons
March 26, 2013

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Lyn (posted 11 months 13 days ago)
Now that I am finished teaching and out for the summer, I am pulling out all of my PW treasures! I had so much fun playing with the "Friends For All Seasons"! I can't wait to shrink some more!!!!
Shirley (posted 1 year ago)
I love Paper Wishes, all the stuff is so great. I enjoy the on-line classes and my new Big Shot die cutter.
Bonnie (posted 1 year ago)
I just ordered the set yesterday.cant wait until they get here
Gloria (posted 1 year ago)
I absolutely loved this Darcie's Kit...all the supplies included are awesome and I just added them to my cart for purchase. Can't wait to receive them!!! HOW AWESOME TO SEE THE IMAGES SHRINK USING A HEAT GUN, WOW!!!
Terri (posted 1 year ago)
LOVE these new characters! Looks like great fun, and will share them with my granddaughters. Gail you are so talented! Thanks ladies for another great webisode.
Kathy B (posted 1 year ago)
Thank you for a good laugh, I have so much fun watching you!! I haven't played with shrink plastic in a long time - these images are so cute, and love the "tin pins". Happy Easter!
Teresa Galvan (posted 1 year ago)
Very cute I'm waiting for payday to buy some.
Love you and Happy Easter
Caroline B. (posted 1 year ago)
Paper Wishes never fails to find and share "completely different" (to quote Monty Python) products! Thanks for this introduction to another fun craft medium.
KarenH (posted 1 year ago)
How adorable are these little charactes. Love'um! Thanks PW for bringing us such wonderful products.
Annette (posted 1 year ago)
these are soooo cute! And, I have an inkjet printer at home! Hmmm, perhaps I need to place another order. TFS! And Happy Passover and Happy Easter!
Barbara M (posted 1 year ago)
I used shrink plastic years ago and gave up, but this looks like it may be a little bit easier to use. look forward to trying. Thanks again for all the wonderful products and ideas.
Karen (posted 1 year ago)
I absolutely love this kit!! I can't wait to use it! I wonder, however, if the material shrinks - should I punch a hole with the standard size hole-punch so that it will shrink down to a smaller hole for a jump ring?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The manufacturer’s instructions state that you should punch a 3/16” or larger hole as it will shrink. A 3/4” hole becomes about 1/4” and a 1/4" hole becomes about 1/8”. You’ll be able to thread a jump ring through these sizes. REMEMBER: Always punch your hole at least 1/8” in from the edge of your project. If you punch too close to the edge, it will split during the shrinking process.
Janelle Graham (posted 1 year ago)
So Adorable! I love the effect of the tin pins, but the designs are just ideal.
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