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July 09, 2007

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shaye

i have noticed there are different types of nestabilty dies. some are shown in colors and are not cut out. the others are what you show above. what is the difference?

shaye

i have noticed there are different types of nestabilty dies. some are shown in colors and are not cut out. the others are what you show above. what is the difference?

Pat

I'm baffled. When you run the die through a die cut machine how can you end out with a die without a hole in the center?

Jan

I'm a bit confused. I gather that you could order the petite scallops OR the scalloped circles, and they're pretty much the same thing except for the number of bumps in the scallop. Is that correct? So, I would order the ovals, rectangles, squares and the petite scallops and have them all? Thanks, Jan

Juliana

THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR!!

EXACTLY!!!

Whew, finally!

otter

HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU!!! *everyone start singing!!*

Kendra - SCS: apigonfire

OMGosh!!! I am going to be in so much trouble!!! Thanks for offering your products in "singles" - unfortunately, there are people out there (who shall remain nameless) that are quite the addicts and cannot for the life of them create with only 1 set of the copic markers - I mean, how can I -ahem, I mean, my fellow stampers- create my awesome creations within the limit of one set of markers?! Too bad there isn't a way for you to limit how much I spend on your end! I would love to get an *error, error, error!* message if I went over! :)
Thanks for everything you do - you rock girl!
~Kendra

~liz

OMG I ALWAYS wondered why a die had not come out to match the scalloped punches. It just seemed to me a no brainer. For exactly the reason you stated not being able to place a scallop exactly where you want it on the card and the limitations of the punches. WOW another million dollar idea I should have followed up upon. ;D

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