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Archive | November 17, 2011

Paperclipping Roundtable #92: The Two Page Layout Show

Stacy Julian and May Flaum joined us at the Roundtable this week to talk about all things 2 page layouts – pros, cons, tips and tricks!

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Review | Sew Easy by We R Memory Keepers

I’m no stranger to stitching on my layouts, since I use my sewing machine to add detail to nearly every page I make, but I’ve always been a bit hesitant to try hand stitching- especially some of those gorgeous decorative stitches! I’m always nervous that I’ll punch a hole in the wrong place on my page or create a part of the design out of scale with the rest of the pattern, so it’s something that I’ve avoided in the past.

I’m not avoiding it any more though! Since taking the Sew Easy system by We R Memory Keepers for a test drive, I’ve got a tool that takes all the guesswork out of creating both basic and decorative hand-stitched accents on my scrapbook pages. Today I’m going to introduce you to this system, and show you exactly how it works.

There are several components to the We R Memory Keepers Sew Easy system, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that this is a complicated or expensive tool. The price point is actually very reasonable: the Stitch Piercer starter kit is $9.99 US (all prices listed are MSRP), and the decorative stitch heads are $2.99 each for small designs, and $3.99 for larger ones. Continue Reading →

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