The Sizzix - Standard Cutting Pads: (06 August 2015)
I was so happy to be able to get these at a reasonable, affordable price.
Travel Lined paper: (06 August 2015)
I like this paper for writing down all the places we went to, what we did and ate while in Florida!!
Florida Vintage Collection: (06 August 2015)
I love this paper. My family took me on a trip to Orlando Florida. The papers that I found were perfect for making a travel journal to remember my experience there.
Fiskars Squeeze Punch large petal by petal (17 March 2015)
I was truly amazed with how easy it was to use the squeeze punch. It was my first time to use a punch like that and I will look forward to using other punches like this one as it is so so much more convenient.
Happy Anniversary Die Cut (28 July 2014)
I was very impressed and happy with this product. To me it is a "Wow" factor.
Bird Song Collection (02 December 2013)
These are some of the prettiest papers I've seen in a long time. I love it and find that when I want to make something, these come to mind before anything else. They are beautiful, bight and colorful. Plus, I love the Asian theme.
7 Gypsies Letterbox Printer Tray (26 January 2013)
This product is really cute for small projects. I would recommend it to friends especially who are working on the smaller craft projects.
Graphic 45 - Bird Song Collection, Jasmine Dream (17 December 2012)
I love, love, love this collection!! More than likely, I will be ordering more of this. The colors are vibrant, the designs in this collection is eye catching. I love it!
Tim Holtz - On the Edge Die Ornate (17 December 2012)
I have not used this one yet but am looking forward to it. This one also have two choices to use. I love that. This will enable me to purchase more as it is an affordable price.
Tim Holtz - On the Edge Die Plaque and Postage (17 December 2012)
I love this die. Not only does it add beauty to my projects, it is also reasonably priced. For those of us on a strict budget, to get two choices of cuts is absolutely wonderful. A big "Thank you!" to Tim Holtz for this idea.