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Archive for January 17th, 2008

Anyone who knows me, knows I am VERY resistant to change…which includes doing new things , new ways!!! Just like the blogging idea- resistant- BUT here goes! I have my favorite scrappin’ tools that I always reach for because they’re comfortable. I see new products, they look interesting- I buy them, but they often sit until I get REALLY motivated to try them.

fiskstpress.jpgWell, I have a new favorite tool. I’ve seen it in our store for months- had it in my scraproom for months but finally decided to try it and I love it. It’s that plastic grid by Fiskar’s- the one with the little yellow sponge feet in the corners. I have LOTS of clear plastic stamps but even though they’re clear, I often don’t get them stamped EXACTLY where I want them. They’re just a tad off centered or crooked… so, I don’t use them very often.

I had A LOT of stamping to do in preparation for a class and decided to try my Fiskar’s Stamp Press. OMG! I could manipulate the stamp right up to that very last fraction of a second before it hit the paper. No wasted efforts (or paper). If you happen to be taking the Travel class with Barb and I, you’ll have a chance to try it. If not, and you’re in the store, just ask one of us how it works… I just know you’ll love it! Sometimes change can be fun…(and this blogging idea isn’t so bad afterall).

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If you are looking for a great scrapbook store in Southern California, you can stop looking. Scrappin' Good Times in San Dimas, is the place to get all your scrapbooking products! Our Employees and Design Team members contribute to this blog. Feel free to make comments on any of the postings. Thank you, The Scrappin' Good Times Team ________________________________ Hey, we've been nominated again this year! Thanks to all of your votes we're number 1! Best Scrapbooking in the Los Angeles area WE'VE WON!!! Thanks to everyone who Voted! You've made a difference!

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