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Nice card stock

Posted by Minnie_TX (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 28, 03 at 23:19

I got a nice package of cardstock at Walmart today 50 sheets (5 colors) for 3.97 in pastels

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RE: Nice card stock

Speaking of cardstock.......I read a glowing review of "Stampin Up's Ultrasmooth white and vanilla."

Have you guys ever used that?

Big stamp show here next weekend.......may look for it there.
See ya there.....

RE: Nice card stock

I haven't heard of it. I really miss my Stampin' Up classes. I'll have to ask my teacher (ex) about it next time I email her. Where is the big stamp show?? The
Dallas area??
I don't know if they can sell at shows. But try to find it anyway.

Show Scoop

The "Heirloom" stamp show will be in Duluth, GA, just outside Atlanta.

Come go with me........

RE: Nice card stock

Stampin' Up's cardstock is great. I don't sell it, just buy it myself. :) (In case you're wondering.)

RE: Nice card stock

I want to go to the Duluth show! If my vehicle were more reliable I would just take off. Would be about a 3 hour drive for me. I heard the upcoming convention in Winston-Salem (2 hrs) is more geared to scrapbooking.

About the Stampin' Up cardstock --I think that's the one I read about recently where someone said Walmart's coated cardstock is just as good and cheaper. Not sure if that comes in colors, though...

RE: Nice card stock

Lia......if you are only three can hitchhike.......stay on I-20 and I'll meet you at the interstate.

RE: Nice card stock

I love Stampin' Up's cardstock! Honestly, though, for white I use the stuff that comes about 250 sheets for $5.00 in the office supply aisle. For colors, I am currently trying to make the switch to only using Stampin' UP. That means that my Brownie troop is going to have to do a lot of stampin to help me get rid of all of the Wal-Mart stuff! LOL! The only drawback I have found with it is that it will not go through the copier I have access to because it is too thick. Drat!

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