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Username Post: Immortal Love Stack        (Topic#1559393)
hotroding scrapbooker
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hotroding scrapbooker

Read the Paris Hilton post and it spurred my curiosity.

What did my fellow scrapbookers think about the Immortal Love (Twilight) paper stack from DCWV? My J's store carried it for a short time and clearanced it out couple months ago.


 
scrappinmomto2girls
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In response to hotroding scrapbooker

I really want that stack...they clearnced it already??? SO wish we had one where I live!!


 
hotroding scrapbooker
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In response to scrappinmomto2girls

Our store did, not sure about any other J's stores


 
Luvmyfam
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I never bought that stack, but I sure loved it! I gravitated quickly to layouts in the gallery that used this stack. Love the colors.


 
rtay
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  • rtay on 06-01-11 06:00 PM
In response to Luvmyfam

I bought 3 of them as soon as they came out...I was afraid I wouldn't be able to find them later on...
I'm not a DCWV fan, and I'm really only crazy about 1/3 of the paper in the stack..not sure what I will do with the ones I don't like.


 
hotroding scrapbooker
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In response to rtay

Some of the papers I don't like. The field of flower, I gave that to my teenage cousin who liked it. The pages with the wolf eyes in the center...I covered the center of the page with layering so all you could see was the burgundy with the scrolling. Actually did a really nice Christmas layout for a sketch challenge at NSD crop using this stack.

By the way...did I mention I'm not really a Twilight fan.


 
mjmone
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In response to hotroding scrapbooker

Well, you made me look and it does look great...


 
Manda_K
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In response to mjmone

Clearance!?! Dang, I still want it!


 
Smashley
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I bought the pp stack, the cardstock stack and the chippie box when it first came out. I don't usually buy stacks but I'm a big Twilight fan! I haven't really done anything with it, but I want to make a Twilight obsession book, so I'm saving it for that project.


 
ScrappyMama6
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In response to hotroding scrapbooker

  • hotroding scrapbooker Said:
Some of the papers I don't like. The field of flower, I gave that to my teenage cousin who liked it. The pages with the wolf eyes in the center...I covered the center of the page with layering so all you could see was the burgundy with the scrolling. Actually did a really nice Christmas layout for a sketch challenge at NSD crop using this stack.

By the way...did I mention I'm not really a Twilight fan.



Me neither. Im not impressed with it. (paper or series...)


 
papermouse
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I liked it! I bought the stack and matching cardstock stack, with no intentions of doing anything twilight-themed - I just liked the colors and patterns. Anything obviously twilighty (like the wolf eyes and apple) can be covered over


 
GemGirl
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Not a Twilight fan, either, but thought the papers were very pretty & romantic. And I found the cardstock stack very versatile. I made a mini from the papers; it's in my gallery if anybody is looking for ideas.


 
hotroding scrapbooker
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In response to papermouse

  • papermouse Said:
I liked it! I bought the stack and matching cardstock stack, with no intentions of doing anything twilight-themed - I just liked the colors and patterns. Anything obviously twilighty (like the wolf eyes and apple) can be covered over



Exactly my thoughts. I did the Christmas LO and I did another LO of my son wearing his hoodie and listening to AC/DC.


 
hotroding scrapbooker
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In response to GemGirl

  • GemGirl Said:
Not a Twilight fan, either, but thought the papers were very pretty & romantic. And I found the cardstock stack very versatile. I made a mini from the papers; it's in my gallery if anybody is looking for ideas.



I checked out your mini book. LOVED it, particularly the accordion book that folds out of the inside page. Also checked out the TH book. They both look great.


 
binkiemonstermom
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I have three packs of the paper, the mini paper, and embellishments. I LOVE this stack!!! I plan on using it when I scrap my Twilight convention trip!


 
SmartyPants
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I think it's been pretty popular! I've seen a lot of people using it! I didn't purchase it either - I haven't even seen the Twilight Movies yet. But the paper is really nice if you are a fan!!


 
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I have a friend who used it for a wedding album that she made for her brother and sister in law. It came out really pretty!


 
andtyler
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In response to gluemore girl

I love it!!!


 
GemGirl
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In response to hotroding scrapbooker

  • hotroding scrapbooker Said:
  • GemGirl Said:
Not a Twilight fan, either, but thought the papers were very pretty & romantic. And I found the cardstock stack very versatile. I made a mini from the papers; it's in my gallery if anybody is looking for ideas.



I checked out your mini book. LOVED it, particularly the accordion book that folds out of the inside page. Also checked out the TH book. They both look great.



Gee, thanks, Amanda! I thank/blame CommaHolly for getting me hooked on making Mini Albums (hugs atcha, Holly!) LOL


 
hotroding scrapbooker
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In response to GemGirl

Minis are awesome because they work great for events where you have lots of pictures that you want to scrap. I also use them a lot for gifts.


 
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