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  1. Love your dvd coloring case! One of those things I'd pin to my board Awesome Things I Love But Will Never Actually Make Because This Is Me We're Talking About. ha 😀 Any chance you sell any?

    Patti Heard
    Baton Rouge, LA

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  2. Hi Stacy,
    I found your blog via Pinterest! LOVE it! I have been working on some clutches with purse frames like the ones your bridesmaids are holding. Do you have a tutorial for them? I'm having a hard time getting my bags into those darn frames correctly. Maybe with more practice, I'll get the hang of it, but right now they just look horribly sloppy. Any suggestions? THANKS!!
    Julie

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    1. Hi Julie!
      Thank you! I'm glad you stopped by! 🙂 Yes, getting the purse into the frame IS tricky! I've had problems too! I just start in the middle and just push it in. sometimes I use a small screwdriver to push it up more. If I am having trouble with one I sometimes glue the top first, let it dry, and then do the sides. It makes it less messy too. Just wondering, what kind of glue you are using? That could change things too.

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  3. Hi Stacy, my name is Caren and I also have a shop on etsy Nercastudios, just started my blog and though I'd just drop you a line as a fellow shop owner. 🙂

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  4. I like your ideas for the DVD cases. I bet you could do a lot of other games or activities. I'd love to see a backgammon board and a cribbage board. I think for cribbage, instead of velcro have fabric covered cardboard or funfoam that you push pins into.

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  5. I liked your checker board idea. I made it, and I was wondering if I could use it for a 4-H project. I would give credit to you and your blogspot in my report.

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  6. Stacy, I love your creativity!! I found a 10 pack of dvd cases at Staples for $2.40!! Gonna make pencil cases & maybe checkers!

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  7. Stacy, You have some really awesome ideas. I was wondering if on the travel checkers board if you could help me by telling me what size button did you use and what size did you cut the squares for the spaces on the board?

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