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July 21, 2009


Katie Renz

Hi Donna,

The border punch is an EK Success one that I purchased at Michaels. Its not the same colors as the others, its pink and gray.

Christi Bryant

Now that you have explained sticklers, how about giving more insite into using acetate?
My husband gave me a huge (4ft square) piece of acetate from his office. And I am stumped as to how to use it in cards.
If you are able, I would love to see a tutorial about acetate. Thanks so much!

Christi Bryant

Thanks for sharing Katie, I have often wondered just what in the world sticklers were! Now how do I choose a color or two or three... ??


Thanks for the ideas of new ways to use Stickles. I love it too but never thought of putting it on clear buttons or the back of acetate! What border punch did you use on the pink border of your birthday card in this tutorial? I don't remember seeing it before. Thanks. Donna

Gloria Dojlido aka GloriousGreetings

Great tutorial Katie! I would never have thought to use them on the back of clear buttons. I didn't even realize they were glue based..duh! I will have to pull mine out and try these techniques.


oooh wow! i reallllly love the tree :D great job selling me on Stickles ;)

Carol Turner

The Stickles are great, I am glad you showed them. My favorite so far out of the few I had used is the Star Dust so many uses.
I does take awhile for it to dry depending on the thickness. I highly recommend putting it up while it is drying so that four footed friends dont come along a stick paws and noses into it. granted my kittie looked even prettier than normal with stickles on her nose and paw but it was not fun getting it out of her fur!!!:)
Katie as usual your ideas and tutorials are wonderful.

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