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#121 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 4:38:02 AM(UTC)
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I'm like you Robin...was out shopping but didn't get a brush. I did look at them at 2 different places to price check, but didn't like the prices! lol

I may check the garage first to see if something usable right here at home!

I have been discussing my ideas though this weekend, so atleast I have a plan in my head.

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#122 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 9:19:51 AM(UTC)
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Woot I have a big chunk of mine done. Hoping to finish up over the next couple of days. We'll see what the evenings hold. On Monday's and Wednesday's after my long commute home, I have to grab Josh and take him to the college and then pick him back up at 10 o'clock. So that gives me a few hours of time to work on it. I am really liking what I have done so far.
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#123 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 11:59:43 AM(UTC)
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I bought my paintbrush this weekend. I have some ideas but now I just need to get busy. Waves to Terri!

My style of crafting has definitely changed since I started swapping. I was a rookie at crafting when I joined the CMB. I have learned so many new techniques, and have branched out in my likes/ style. I am still more vintage/ shabby chic but I have really liked trying new papers and colors than I used to like.

Hugs, LanaBigGrin
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Originally Posted by: craftymomof2 Go to Quoted Post
I bought my paintbrush this weekend. I have some ideas but now I just need to get busy. Waves to Terri!

My style of crafting has definitely changed since I started swapping. I was a rookie at crafting when I joined the CMB. I have learned so many new techniques, and have branched out in my likes/ style. I am still more vintage/ shabby chic but I have really liked trying new papers and colors than I used to like.

Hugs, LanaBigGrin


I love that you mentioned this. I totally agree with you. I am so glad I stumbled on the spool swap and had the guts to join in. :)

I have also learned new techniques and started to think outside the box. I have also learned that am more of vintage girl than shabby chic but I still like shabby chic.

waves to everyone for making this great group (and flaker free!)
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#125 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 2:59:52 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ScrappinGwen Go to Quoted Post
I'm like you Robin...was out shopping but didn't get a brush. I did look at them at 2 different places to price check, but didn't like the prices! lol

I may check the garage first to see if something usable right here at home!

I have been discussing my ideas though this weekend, so atleast I have a plan in my head.



check out the dollar store.. that is where i got mine.. all different sizes just a $ 1.00 can't beat that..

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#126 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 5:12:23 PM(UTC)
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Jci, I got a pm from Jessie that she got my paintbrush.
Waves to al my friends here.
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#127 Posted : Monday, April 08, 2013 6:23:34 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: LoriSjogren Go to Quoted Post
I love that you mentioned this. I totally agree with you. I am so glad I stumbled on the spool swap and had the guts to join in. :)

I have also learned new techniques and started to think outside the box. I have also learned that am more of vintage girl than shabby chic but I still like shabby chic.

waves to everyone for making this great group (and flaker free!)


I am so glad you joined us too. We have a great group. I am hoping a few of the members that used join the all homemade swap will come join us in the next rounds. Some needed a break for a while ...so hopefully they will be back with us in the next round.BigGrin

Waves to you too heaven, my partner Kim, and everyoneBigGrin
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#128 Posted : Tuesday, April 09, 2013 12:01:24 PM(UTC)
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I received my altered paintbrush from Heaven the other day. Love She done a wonderful job on it!! I wasn't sure I would like Maggie images, I didn't even know what they were when she asked. But I do! BigGrin It turned out so nice, thank you!!

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Wow that is a beautiful brush. I can't even come up with an idea and Heaven is already done. I have to admit that those aren't my favorite stamps but it really came out nice.

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Originally Posted by: Jessie G Go to Quoted Post
I received my altered paintbrush from Heaven the other day. Love She done a wonderful job on it!! I wasn't sure I would like Maggie images, I didn't even know what they were when she asked. But I do! BigGrin It turned out so nice, thank you!!



Wow Heaven...great Job. Hope you enjoy Jessie.BigGrin
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Ok, now I feel like a slacker because I have not even started on my paint brush for my partner and we have someone who is done and has mailed. LOL

I do have an idea and have brought my supplies so I guess I am not a total slacker.

Good job on the paint brush Heaven.
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Adorable paintbrush!!!!!!! Very nice Kathy.

I have mine partially doneSmile So far, so good!!!!

I am waiting for 2 items to arrive and then I can get it all assembled. I HOPE it comes out the way I envision itScared It took me awhile (and some help) to get it all figured out but I think I am on the right track with this.Smile
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#133 Posted : Tuesday, April 09, 2013 6:12:17 PM(UTC)
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great job Kathy...

Jessie I don't remember anything about no dibbs so give it up. it is coming my way..LOL LOL
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That's a really nice brush. Not my style either, but you did a great job!ThumpUp BigGrin
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#135 Posted : Wednesday, April 10, 2013 11:32:02 AM(UTC)
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Really pretty brush Heaven made for Jessie! So adorable!BigGrin
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#136 Posted : Wednesday, April 10, 2013 1:31:35 PM(UTC)
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super cute brush! good job Kathy!

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I had a sent a picture of one of the first swaps I did on here to someone who was feeling a little down that their work didn't compare to others. I did it so she could see that we all start somewhere....I really had to giggle at the pictures. Not that it was bad, but it isn't anything compared to what I am able to do now. We all learn new techniques and other skills along the way by just doing?

As a seasoned swapper what advice would you give to a person new to altering and swapping as far as materials, creating for different styles, raising it up a notch by adding details, quality, quality check etc?

As a new/relatively new swapper or new to altering what questions do you have? Any question is a good question as somebody may have the same one?

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One of the most important things I have learned is to make sure you use the correct adhesive for the project you are working on!!!!

Kelley, you did a great job of explaining the different glues and which ones to use. THANKS!!!

I also think that inking ALL edges and layering make a super difference. Both of these make your project more dimensional instead of having that flat lookBigGrin

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#139 Posted : Thursday, April 11, 2013 10:58:02 AM(UTC)
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I love Maggies. My DD doesn't because they have no face. LOL LOL LOL

Kathy, you did a great job on it. I'm keeping your DH in my prayers. I just can't imagine what you're going through. You are one strong lady.
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QOD Answer: First and foremost: read your partners mq, any answers to questions, etc. before you start. This will help you create something to their liking. The better you know your partner, the easier it will be to create for them.

Starting of your project good quality paper and/ot cardstock makes a huge difference. If you have trouble mixing and matching papers, a good start would to be use various papers from the same stack as they are usually made to coordinate. This is one area where I won't skimp.

Like Jean said, inking edges gives wonderful depth to the papers and makes it looked more finished. Also when doing die cuts: layering, inking, shading, embellishing are ways to kick it up a notch. Always start with good adhesive - and the right one for the job. I learned new techniques and how to create different items. A good tip before you mail and package up is to do a quality check. Are all the edges glued down, are the embellies secured, is it something you would want to receive.

To find cheaper "metal" supplies and odds and ends, shop at your hardware store. You can find "gears" there for a fraction of the cost and just alter to the look you want with inks.

Also don't be afraid to try new things...youtube videos were my friend when I first started.
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Thank you everyone for checking in.

Please check in"

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JessieG, your brush is beautiful! Heaven you did such a great job :)
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Gorgeous paintbrush, Heaven - you really did a beautiful job!

I have all the components but haven't really started to assemble yet. I've been painting my basement and it's been a nightmare but I think I just need one more coat for the ceiling and I can call that job done :) Hope to send some time on altering the Paintbrush this weekend
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Originally Posted by: LoriSjogren Go to Quoted Post
I love that you mentioned this. I totally agree with you. I am so glad I stumbled on the spool swap and had the guts to join in. :)

I have also learned new techniques and started to think outside the box. I have also learned that am more of vintage girl than shabby chic but I still like shabby chic.

waves to everyone for making this great group (and flaker free!)


I have to agree with Lori; these swaps have been some much fun.... She convinced me to join and am so happy I did. It's been amazing to see/learn some new techniques and the best part is seeing how creative everyone is :)

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I'm here ... haven't started on this yet ... there is a party for my SIL 50th anniversary next weekend, and I have to make her something ... I think I'm going with a mini album although my LSS didn't have the paper I wanted Glare , so after next weekend I should be able to start on this one
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Just checking in. I'm having a block with this one. Did PM my partner and we came up with an alternate solution. Hope all are having a great week
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Waves to MOgoggingirl! I got to go shopping today and got almost all of the supplies I need for your paint brush! All BUT the paint brush!!!!Blushing

QOD: I follow a lot of the ones already listed. I have gotten to the point where I have to re-organize by feed -- google reader is going away soon. I find that lately I am spending more time and have become addicted to Pintrest! All I can say is that is a time sync. I really should be crafting more. I have a crop next weekend and I haven't gotten anything ready for it!


Which one did you go with or did you create a new blog. I have TONS on my blog as well and we have until June 30 to change over!Blink
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Great job Kathy!! I have yet to start...I have too many ideas rolling around! I need to narrow it down a bit. Oof!

For the QOD: I feel like I'm not quite a beginner and not quite a seasoned pro, but here's what I've learned so far -
Don't be afraid to make a mistake. Nine times out of 10 you can either take it apart and start over or cover it up with some sort of embellishment. We've all made mistakes in our crafting and that's how we learn and grow.
Also, don't be afraid to say "That's awesome! How did you do that?!?" to someone here. Everyone is super friendly and will probably send you step by step instructions on it or give you the link to the tutorial. No question is a dumb question either - we probably just had a thread on "How the heck do you do this? Look at the mess I made out of it" the month before you joined the board.
Don't use cheap paper or adhesive, it will let you down every time. Embellishments are another story - I've used "store brand" embellies that I like a whole lot better than the expensive stuff. It depends on what it is...
Always shop the sales and use all the coupons you can. Keep in mind that you can give your kiddos money and a coupon too so you can get around the "One per customer" deals. (Thanks to Kelley for that tip. The cashier at HL had to giggle with my 3 year old and 2 *month* old each buying craft items!). If you are shopping online make sure to figure in the shipping cost to see if it is truly cheaper to by there.
Check out YouTube, Pinterest and people's blogs for inspiration. You'll pick up what things you are missing to make your projects seem more complete.
Make sure to treat your crafty tools like your babies. If you are good to them, the will work for years. My mom has a glue gun that is older than I am and still runs like a dream.
Don't hoard your favorite paper/embellies/etc. What good are they doing you on that shelf?
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Originally Posted by: CindyAdamson Go to Quoted Post
Great job Kathy!! I have yet to start...I have too many ideas rolling around! I need to narrow it down a bit. Oof!

For the QOD: I feel like I'm not quite a beginner and not quite a seasoned pro, but here's what I've learned so far -
Don't be afraid to make a mistake. Nine times out of 10 you can either take it apart and start over or cover it up with some sort of embellishment. We've all made mistakes in our crafting and that's how we learn and grow.
Also, don't be afraid to say "That's awesome! How did you do that?!?" to someone here. Everyone is super friendly and will probably send you step by step instructions on it or give you the link to the tutorial. No question is a dumb question either - we probably just had a thread on "How the heck do you do this? Look at the mess I made out of it" the month before you joined the board.
Don't use cheap paper or adhesive, it will let you down every time. Embellishments are another story - I've used "store brand" embellies that I like a whole lot better than the expensive stuff. It depends on what it is...
Always shop the sales and use all the coupons you can. Keep in mind that you can give your kiddos money and a coupon too so you can get around the "One per customer" deals. (Thanks to Kelley for that tip. The cashier at HL had to giggle with my 3 year old and 2 *month* old each buying craft items!). If you are shopping online make sure to figure in the shipping cost to see if it is truly cheaper to by there.
Check out YouTube, Pinterest and people's blogs for inspiration. You'll pick up what things you are missing to make your projects seem more complete.
Make sure to treat your crafty tools like your babies. If you are good to them, the will work for years. My mom has a glue gun that is older than I am and still runs like a dream.
Don't hoard your favorite paper/embellies/etc. What good are they doing you on that shelf?

Well said Cindy - great advice: I still chuckle over the conversation with the clerk that wouldn't let josh use the coupon when he was little until I pointed out her it doesn't say one per household - it says one per customer and there were no age restrictions on - he had a coupon, and an item, and money; never had a problem after that day
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Which one did you go with or did you create a new blog. I have TONS on my blog as well and we have until June 30 to change over!Blink


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