That's it for today...hope to see you tomorrow...have a great day!
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Monday, December 7, 2009
Santa Came Early This Year!
Good Morning Everyone! I hope you had a great weekend! I've been wanting a Pazzle Cutting machine for a while and when my husband asked me what I wanted for Christmas, it was a no brainer, but I didn't want it to collect dust like my Cricut does so I went to the expert with a few questions. Regina said it was a great machine but she liked the Bosskut Gazelle better. After doing a little research, I ordered one and received it Friday. The first 24 hours with it was a nightmare, I was ready to pack it up and send it back. Not only was it confusing to computer illiterate me but it wouldn't align properly and I kept getting errors when I'd go to cut something. I emailed Regina asking for suggestions as to what I was doing wrong. She said she had similar problems and suggested I contact tech support. Several phone calls and emails later, the Bosskut Gazelle and I are now best Buddy's which brings me to today's card. I love the shaped cards from The Cutting Cafe has but I can't cut a straight line. They are a snap with my new best friend. I did both of these cards in less than 30 minutes. There is no doubt you will be seeing more of these shaped cards. A BIG THANKS to Regina for her encouragement and support! The recipe is simple and doesn't need a separate listing---It's The Cutting Cafe's Gingerbread Boy/Girl template. I added some ribbon bows, googly eyes, buttons and brads.