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September 10, 2007

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Maureen M.

This is just so exciting!! I can't wait to get my set! I've already promised my co-workers a demo when I've got them all in hand and practiced a bit! Thanks for update Ellen!

Lesa

Woo hoo! Thanks for the information Ellen! You rock girlfriend! Julie asked the question about the tan mat. Please elaborate! I also have the bug. I ended up with the black mat from a different company though. It works great with my Elison texture plates. Does it work the same? Also how do you put it through to emboss. I understand the sandwhiches, but doesn't that cut through the mat? Duh! There is probably and easy answer and I am being a dumb old lady. Hee hee. Thanks for everything!
Lesa

Charmingdesigns

Great news!! Thanks for the update!! Laurie

Diana

Do copic markers need to be stored upright or on their side? I have just a few and before investing in more I want to make sure I know how they have to be stored.

Diana

Do copic markers need to be stored upright or on their side? I have just a few and before investing in more I want to make sure I know how they have to be stored.

Rose Ann

Great news, Ellen! I hope you are taking it easy on that foot. *wink*

Julie Campbell

Ellen- could you tell me more about the magnetic plates? Is this so that when I run my die through my Cuttlebug (or whatever machine I'm using), it will not shift? Also, if I'm using the Cuttlebug, is the tan mat the only accessory I need to cut or emboss with my nestability dies? thanks so much!

Teresa

Maybe I should warn the mail lady! Ellen this such exciting news! Thank-you

Jen

I am sooooooooooooooo excited!!!!!! I can hardly wait for the Nestabilities to arrive....one more week!!!

Aimee

Oh... I will be on pins and needles waiting for my set... TFS all these great tools and ideas.

CatherineH (kiko)

WOOHOO!!! Thanks for the great news!

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