Baby Shower File

Tuesday, March 02, 2010


Here is a new file that I created and showed how to create in class on Sunday night. I have saved it in all the different formats so you can use it on your different machines.

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15 comments:

CraftCrave said...

Thank you! This blog post will be advertised on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today (look for timestamp: [02 Mar 01:00pm GMT]).

Sis said...

LOVE it Klo! But can't seem to see any files to download at MediaFire, says 0 items found to display...what am I doing wrong? When I get there a pop up says WElcome to your new My Files Page.....I cancel and then there is no files to download?

~*Joann*~ said...

Hi Klo,
Love the file but I am unable to download it. I click on the link and it comes up as "page not found"

Klo said...

It should all be fixed now...so go give it another try...sorry about that.

Sis said...

Works for me now! Thanks Klo, love your work!

Anna said...

Awesome file!!! Thank you so much.

Anonymous said...

Klo thank you for this file I wanted to practice the technique more and will do so with this file. See you in Pleasanton
Darla

Cherbear said...

Thank you!

Linda said...

Hi From Australia Klo,

I have a quick question as I have been pointed in your direction (and thank goodness to, your videos are fantastic & so easy to understand)
I wanted to know, I have purchased the wonderful Pazzle Inspiration but I am finding that the cutting mats don't stay sticky for long and loose the grip of the cardstock quite quickly. What I would like to know is there something to purchase which I can clean and then re-apply adhesive to the mats. Thinking this is going to be an expensive adventure if I have to keep purchasing mats all the time.
Any advise would be fantastic & please keep the inspirational videos' coming they are wonderful & a great heap..
Thank you
Linda

Klo said...

Linda,
I don't know if you are in a dry or humid climate, but that will make some differences with your mat and the tackiness. Many people use Aleene's Tack It Over to re-sticky their mat, another thing is to use warm soapy water to clean the mat (don't scrub, just clean off), then allow to dry and others still use baby wipes. I would give these a try and see if it helps you. I know I get 100 plus cuts with my mats, but I live in a pretty humid area, so that helps my mat alot.
Hope this helps

LINDA the SCRAP_ADDICT said...

Klo,
Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly and for the advise. We do live in quite a humid climate here in Queensland. But will give the baby wipes & washing the mats a go and see what happens from there :) Thank you again
Linda

Gibson_girl5 said...

Thanks for this file Klo - as I said in class Sunday - I'm going to use it in designing a baby shower invite for a friend of mine.

Teri

Kathryn said...

Hi Klo! Love the Baby Shower file. I'm giving a shower for a co-worker & this is the perfect file for it.

Thank you for sharing your talents!

Kitty

Sherry Fralic said...

Thanks so much for the great file !

Sherry

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing, Klo! Greetings from Brazil!

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