Spring Look: Edgeable Cutting Dies
March 17, 2016

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Lee C (posted 1 year 12 months ago)
Knew I needed to try at least one of these out. Spent the weekend figuring which would be most versatile- Doily Lattice hands down. Appears to be a great edging/overlay for ANY busy flower papers, BUT if you have (if you don't it's $2 less than typical 12x12 double sided papers: CHRISTMAS LACE, just a few holly leaves, a snowflake or two - but one of the most generic 'Christmas' patterned papers. Can't wait to get the die!
Renee (posted 1 year 12 months ago)
Thanks for this video, girls! I have some of these dies but haven't used them yet, so you have given me some wonderful ideas as always!
Kathy (posted 2 years ago)
I loved this webisode. I bought these dies several years ago and could never get them to work, you explained it all today. Gail you did a great job on HSN.
mary (posted 2 years ago)
I learn by watching. I'd love to see how you do the cutting plus the embossing. You explained it very well, but it would help so much if I could see it! Thanks so much
Mary S.
marieta (posted 2 years ago)
I was delighted to see Gail on HSN yesterday. I feel like she is my good friend from seeing her here at Paper Wishes. So I was ecstatic to see her there. My first Paper Wishes experience was about 3 or 4 years ago when I bought the Grapefruit paper pack on HSN. Keep up the great work and the great products.
Martie Rollin (posted 2 years ago)
Doily Lattice is a gorgeous die! Thanks for demonstrating how to use these newest additions. Lovely!
Judy (posted 2 years ago)
Hi Gail,
I saw you on HSN yesterday and you did an awesome job. So glad to see all of you on HSN (Paulette you're next). Will be watching!!!
Annette (posted 2 years ago)
first, Happy St. Patrick' Day to one and all! Oh, the luck o' the Irish! And a huge thank you to you all, at PW and HOTP, for these webisodes. Terrific products, and ideas and demoes, etc.
laura (posted 2 years ago)
When I heard the topic for today, Edgibles, I thought, "Been there, seen that." I watched it anyway but I wasn't expecting to be "WOWed." Why on earth did I underestimate my PW friends? These are a new and fun way to edge my projects. I definately have NOT seen this before. These are great! I especially like the belly band with the bee on it that Debbie did, but all the projects were great. Looks like I'll be expanding my cutting die stash with these! Tomorrow's webisode will most likely know me head over heals, too.

PS: I can't wait to get the new Spring catalog!
Ruth Ann Smith (posted 2 years ago)
This is really a fun week of webisodes. Have recently gotten one of these and had not tried it, thanks for explaining how to use them. Gail you looked great and did a wonderful job on HSN yesterday.
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