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#1 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 7:17:15 PM(UTC)

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I am hosting a Crop for the Cure (Breast Cancer) event this Saturday and I would like to include a sheet of "tips" for the ladies in their goody bags. I have a few: how to restick mats, uses for glossy accents, flock and glitter, glass etching. If anyone has any other tips that they think would be great to share, I would appreciate it. TIA
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 9:20:19 AM(UTC)

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I don't have any off the top of my head but I can't wait to see what people suggest. I am trying to throw a "crop" together here in a couple weeks and this is a good idea.
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Use Goo-gone to remove bits of adhesive from your clear rulers and scissor blades.

The little indentation on the door of your Expression (just below where you insert the cartridge) is the perfect place to lay your George cartridge when you change cartridges. It's not in the way and you don't have to worry about it getting lost on the table top.

If your punches aren't punching cleanly, punch through a sheet of waxed paper or aluminum foil.

Hang a towel bar above your work surface to hold your punches within easy reach.

I keep my cartridges in their original box on a shelf. They're in alphabetical order to make it easier to locate.

A new, clean toilet brush is excellent for sweeping paper bits on carpet into a pile so they can be picked up.

Probably none of these are new to you, but they're things that I do. Have fun at the crop!
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