First Look: Punches & Core Cardstock
January 14, 2010

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sandy freeman (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Absolutely love this weeks webisodes.Amazing ideas,great punches and fabulous paper. Can't wait to try all of these. keep the ideas coming.thanks to both of you. you are truely amazing.
Cindy (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I have just found these webisodes and am thrilled about it. I ve watched 4 segments so far but will be watching each of them for sure. Thanks for all the wonderful information. GREAT JOB!!!
Alisa (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I have been looking for cardstock like this for awhile so I am so happy that you have it! I love the dry embossing sanding technique.
sharon (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I love this cardstock and think it is the best thing since sliced bread...I already have some of each type but just ordered all 4 sets from the webisode. I don't think you can have too much of this paper...Thanks for all the ideas for using it.
pat (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Fantastic cards and the hosts make it so much fun to be a part of..
Great shows always..
Pat (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I loved the different effects-have to get out the stencils now for sure. Thank you.
Vicki W. (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Fabulous, as usual! I have the Whitewash papers and some other Cor-dination papers. You've given me a ton of new ideas. Thanks so much for all you do.
Ruth Ann (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Absolutely fabulous week so far. Your comment tonight on Teresa is "she is brilliant". I have to agree. It is so exciting to see what I have in my room come to life with wonderful new ideas. Thank you both for all of your clever ideas and willing to share so many ideas. Just keep them coming. I so look forward to all of your webisodes.
Ruth Ann
Aide (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I like to watch how you show your stylus to emboss, but you need to stop using white or light paper. We can't see your work.
Debby (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
You two are a hoot!!! I can't wait till I can get a least one of these tablets. The sky is the limit with what I will do. Thanks again for the uplifting webisode!!!
Lisa (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
I can not wait to try this. I have some of the paper and other supplies so off to try I go! THANKS FOR A GREAT SHOW!
Jean (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Love the paper. How wonderful and such great card ideas! Thanks!
Gail (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Wow! So many great ideas and techniques. It's going to be hard to decide which to start with. I'm going to need to watch this webisode again. Thank you.
Tina Van Eick (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
Lots and lots of great ideas ladies, but don't forget to rub wax paper over the cardstock before you use the stylus to emboss. It will help the stylus move easily and help you emboss deeper.

Keep up the great work!
Helen (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
What an impressive outcome!!
Barb (posted 10 years 4 months ago)
You are so right; such variety in uses for this cardstock. Amazing design ideas, will keep all crafters busy. Thanks again.
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