Thursday, July 5, 2007


I bought the OnBoard Simon Lower chip board months ago and could never bring myself to actually use it. What if I messed it up? What if I need the letters for a different project? So, after enough hoarding, I finally broke down this morning and used the letters "s" and "u" for my Stampin' Up! notebook. I keep records of who I invited to workshops, who came to classes, ideas for new classes, item numbers for the cardstock or ink club monthly buys, etc. I ripped off the ugly cover that was on this notebook before and started over today. AND, I got to use my new Crop-a-Dile to punch out the little holes for the brads! SO, SO, SO easy. I don't know how I lived without this thing. (See my post a few days down to read more...)

I am also a new fan of the Simply Scrappin' kits because of the tagboard stickers. These are so awesome. They're thick tagboard and they're stickers! All you do it peel and stick. If you want just the stickers, try the Accents & Elements. There is Build-a-Flower, Little Reminders Number 2 (which coordinates with Office Accoutrements), and Tagged (my probable next purchase!) They come in a cute little tin, too. Of course, I have one of these, but I'm hoarding those too......

Simon Lower OnBoard chipboard
Simply Scrappin' Friends & Flowers (retired)
Office Accoutrements
Stampin' Up! brads
Stampin' Up! Sticky strip (LOVE THIS STUFF!)
So Saffron Classic Ink
assorted buttons

1 comment:

Alison Shiloh Wear said...

i have had the same reservation about using my on board letters. I wound up tracing them using a exacto knife for a project. I really like what you did with yours!