Monday, 28 July 2014

Tap Tap Tap - new favourite set?



I have LOADS of projects to show you but I will confess now that I didn’t make most of them as two of my team helpfully stepped in to boost the samples table! But they’re fabulous projects which deserve to be seen so I hope you’ll forgive me. Also if something is CASEd and I don’t give credit; because I didn’t make them, I don’t know which are originals and which are inspired by other talented stampers. 


Big thanks to my downline Donna Taplin for the first of several fabulous Tap, Tap, Tap samples. We are both very excited that the Spiral Border punch is back in the catalogue - and I’m relieved that I didn’t get rid of it when it retired last time. I just KNEW it would come in handy one day!

Everybody is loving this Tap, Tap, Tap set. It’s a classic example of peer pressure. I hadn’t looked at it twice when first browsing the catalogue but, on a demonstrator forum in the US, lots of people were raving about it. So I took a look and could suddenly see the possibilities. Birthday cards for all my newspaper colleagues, for a start. In my first job as a reporter I had to use a typewriter just like this. I used to type out stories then, if I wanted to swap something around, I’d cut up the paper, re-organise the paragraphs and glue them to another sheet, before sending them up to the typesetters. The original “cut and paste”! 



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