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The Diecut Lady

Posted by bowdoin514 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 18, 06 at 20:02

Howdy All,
Was looking back through some old postings, and saw this website listing for diecuts. It seems pretty extensive and reasonably-priced. You can even use those "Boxtops for Education" for a discount on your order. The site was listed from February 2003, and is still active. Has anyone heard of them or had experience with them? Let me know what you think. I am very much a newbie to scrapbooking, and to be honest, have yet to make a page yet...still in the collecting stage. Thanks for your opinions & thoughts.
Emma in PA

www.dime-a-diecut.com


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RE: The Diecut Lady

I have used them before. Its a great site and you can't beat the prices. I do think you can only use the box tops now for only half of your order.

Jen


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RE: The Diecut Lady

I too am just starting, but have made some pages. My daughter is also starting out and she has made several cards. One of the people she works with does classes and it really helps. I have a tendency to collect and collect and get nothing done. Now I try to make at least one project or else I get boxes of stuff with nothing to show.


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Hi Jen & Mariend,
Thanks for your input. Glad to hear The Diecut Lady is a good place to deal with. Being new to scrapbooking, I don't know what is a good price and what isn't, and who is reliable to do business with. I will keep my eye out for classes, maybe at my library or something. I'm afraid of having that box filled and not getting around to it! Then one box turns into two, and two turns into three and so on, lol. Thanks!
Emma in PA


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