A Friend for All Seasons
March 26, 2013

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Lyn (posted 4 years 10 months 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 4 years 11 months 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 4 years 12 months ago)
I just ordered the set yesterday.cant wait until they get here
Gloria (posted 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months ago)
Very cute I'm waiting for payday to buy some.
Love you and Happy Easter
Caroline B. (posted 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months ago)
How adorable are these little charactes. Love'um! Thanks PW for bringing us such wonderful products.
Annette (posted 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months 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 4 years 12 months ago)
So Adorable! I love the effect of the tin pins, but the designs are just ideal.
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