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Wednesday, 02 April 2008


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Stash In The Attic

Ooh Nat - you know how to live girl! Since getting the Organized scrapbooker book I am the same. How many sheets of each shade of KI do you own? And how low does your stock have to get before you declare it a crisis??? I must say I do use the KI bazzil more than most other cardstock so will probably have a little splurge before the cybercrop to make sure I'm stocked up.


Er, I didn't count it, but some I have 4-5 sheets of, others just 1 or 2... but the total stockpile was at least 1.5 inches thick! If it's a favourite colour I start to panic at just 2 sheets.... hehe


Not as bad as I thought then :) I went and had a look online and realised it's actaully the Doodlebug ones I love most. I find the KI texture strange!! Is it easier to write on though?????

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