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« NEW My Digital Studio Discounted Print Pricing! | Main | Holiday Catalog Ornament Class »

October 03, 2012



Patty, That wedding picture tray is awesome! LOVE IT! So are the other thrays you did. I was wondering, how do you keep the pictures in there with out glue/tape? If you can change them out do they just fit in there snuggly? (is that a word?"))Hope you know what I mean anyway!!!! Can't wait to get mine. Hugs, Mary L.(NC)

Cindee Wilkinson

Love ALL of your trays and excited that you will be offering more inserts in the future! I'm sure your nephew and his bride will be thrilled with their tray.
Looking forward to your class!

Patty Bennett

I will have lots of tips included in the info with the kits, and some of the ideas so far for getting the inserts in and out to replace them are: velcro dots, stampin dimensionals, glue dots, double stick tape... if you cut the inserts just smaller than the opening, you will be able to put a tip of a piercing tool or small knife or tips of the scissors into the opening next to the edge of the cardstock and lift them out ... hope that helps? Patty

Shala C.

If they don't like it...then I'd check them for fevers. ;) It's gorgeous!


Thanks so much for the video and additional ideas for using this tray. What a lovely gift for your nephew and his wife. Great idea!

Carol Carriveau

Looking forward to our class...the wedding one is my most favorite!! Your family ones are wonderful as well.

Sue Kasten

So glad you are offering this as a "long distance" class. Can't wait.

peggy dianne bell

where did you get the printers tray?


You are a genius. I love your stuff

Paper Folders

Thanks so much for the video and additional ideas. Your family ones are wonderful as well.

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