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July 31, 2008

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Allison

I would love to see it used with bookbinding projects -- I hate cutting bookboard!

Jeaux

First time visitor- i will be back! I love how labeled and organized your craft room is! I found you through a search on nesties and the cuttlebug :)

Angela K

I would love to know if you can score it and use it for 3-d items! What an exiting new product!!

Cheryl Bennett

Is it a glossy, mat, or coated surface? Is there a certain type of ink it works best with, or a type to avoid? Cheryl

LuAnn

Ellen this is such great stuff. Thanks for sharing your findings with us. Can't wait to try some for myself.

Debra Abel

How much will this run and when/where can we purchase this "board"? Looks very cool, I suppose if I wanted it in a "white" I could paint with gesso.

SmilynStef

How does it work with chalk inks? Does it absorb the ink or does it stay more on the surface? Looks like lots of fun.

Ruth Earle

Hi Ellen, I was wondering if this is as heavy/thick as chipboard? It looks smoother, but I can't really tell what the weight is?

Sara

I would love to try this out in my cuttlebug. It does look really neat.

Lisa B.

Can't wait to start playing! How does it work with water coloring? Can a cricut cut it?

Etha

As I asked before, is this comparable to the grungeboard? is it flexible like that? If it is, how is it different from grungeboard? hehe

Lori A.

VERY cool! I'm not as knowledgeable about all the products out there so this type of thing is new to me.

JoAnn Burnham

This looks like a great product. Is it like chipboard or grungeboard? I would love to play with it. You did a great job in your tutorial and answered a lot of questions already. Thanks for sharing and a chance to win.

Willow

How totally cool!!! I can't wait to play with some!!!I also think y'all chose the perfect name for it..Craft-A-Board...kinda says it all! Thanks for the drawing...would love to win some CAB!!

Carrie

My first thought was this has to be like grungeboard. Can this be distressed and altered using alcohol inks? Looking forward to seeing more great ideas on how to use it

Diana G

I'm impressed with how well this material takes the embossing from the dies. I wonder how it would work with a very fluid ink like Dr. Ph Martins. Those irridescent colors are beautiful.

Laurie Hunt

This looks really interesting. I know the wizard has such great detail dies and if you can get the architectural detail on the die cut it would go along way to provide excellent embellishments for scrapbookers and card makers alike.

Hope Conerly

You are such an enabler! Just what I need - another new gadget, but looks like one of those things I just have to have!

Suzy

I would love to know if the edges can be distressed, and how it actually feels to the touch. Does it feel like chipboard or grungeboard?

Debbie Porter

Way cool! I can't wait to try it.

Debbie
porter12@msu.edu

Joan

It will be good to know if it works with the Cuttlebug and will it be a good product to make book covers from? Also am interested in how it handles acrylic paint.

This looks like another great product.

Nikki

Wow..what an awesome product! I can't wait to get my hands on it! Does CS adhere to it well? Thanks for the tips on using it! {SMILES}

edie

Will the bind it all punch through it easily?

tionya

very neat!!!
Does it work the the Circut too?

Katherine

Craft board looks good. Does it work with cuttlebug dies or Quickuts dies through the wizard?

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