Spring 2010 Dazzles
June 1, 2010

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Karma (posted 11 years ago)
I would like to know how to use the insides of the dazzles that you talk about.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
There is a transfer sheet that will lift off the "innies" from the sheet and then release them where you want them. If you'll go to PaperWishes.com and type transfer sheet into the search engine you will see the product and there is a video showing the process.
Barbara Riordan (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I too love Dazzles. I used them to make my Easter cards and a couple of First Communion cards. I got raves on how nice the dazzles made them look. I signed up for the personal shopper and can hardly wait to get my first kit.
Heidi (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I love dazzles and use them on everything. It's faster than embossing and no one knows the difference. I would love it if you did a webisode on all the tricks you folks use on them. I hate wasting anything and I don't want to ruin any trying to figure out how to do that paper backing, especially on things like the sundae or double scoop cones. Help!
kathy (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Love those baby dazzles! Too, too sweet! And the cards were gorgeous! How about dazzles done with a sewing theme? A dress form, spool of thread, needles, thimbles, vintage looking sewing machine, pin cushion, pattern pieces, buttons, scissors...and do it in brown to make it look really vintage. Sewing themes are hot right now, and I would love to be able to use Dazzles on my sewing themed projects.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Thanks for the ideas, we'll add them to the list!
kim (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Love the Dazzles I have alot. I was wondering if you were thinking about doing them in fairies. They are hard to find, but for Tink. My daughters love them. I have been tring to do pages for them, with out using disney.
Thank you Love the webisodes and you guys!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hummm, fairies sound like a really good idea. Thanks!
Kathy B (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Love these Dazzles, an excellent variety of designs ! I have many sets of Dazzles, and can hardly wait to add these to my collection.
Joyce (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I LOVE, LOVE, Love my Dazzles. I need tips though on how to get words placed in a straight line, especially the thinner, longer ones.
myska (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Celtic Dazzles!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Sharon Macsuga (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Love Dazzles, and this was a great webisode. I just joined the Dazzles shopper, and can't wait for them to arrive.Keep them coming!
Jessica (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
What a beautiful bunch of Dazzles! I love the Celtic ones the best! TFS
Julia (Judy) Lambe (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I love all these dazzles! Are they going to be in the monthly dazzles program that I've signed up for? I hope!
Barb (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
WOW--I am in love w/Dazzles all over again. What great fun to have this new selection of subjects. The Celtic are wonderful for a unique style of cards.
Linda Eiselein (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
Can you tell me the font that Susan used on the baby layout. It is beautiful and can't seem to find it. I just signed up for you dazzle personal shopper...great idea, keep them coming, Linda
Jeannie (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I really am excited about these new dazzles. One of the things I love about dazzles is they are faster for me than stamping and come out looking so awesome. My husband is a hunter so the deer and elk dazzles will be perfect for cards for him as well as scrapbook pages. These are going on my wish list and then on to my cart. Thanks so much!
Phyllis (posted 11 years 4 months ago)
I have LOTS of Dazzles and they are beautiful! It would be nice to see an demonstration as to how to apply them, especially the more intricate ones. I am having a difficult time with those.
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