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Handmade by Natty: Admirer of pretty things, collector of crafty stuff, spare time maker of paper bits and bobs...

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Wednesday, 10 February 2010


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Hi! I just found your blog and I have to say that your cards seriously ROCK! I love how fun and funky they are!


Pool little bird! I wonder if anyone up near you has a revolution you can try it out in (I have one if you want me to test it) Can you email quickutz. I've heard their customer services are great. Cute card and worth the trouble anyway :)

Amy Young

So cute! Love the mini bag with the tag inside!

Handmade by Natty

Thanks! I must admit I love the die, but it will be some time before I will be emotionally ready to try it again. :oP


I've had this trouble with some of their dies - how about adding an extra shim (1/2 a strip) over just the birdies legs so extra pressure goes just on that bit of the die? alternatively just cut off the legs :o) harsh I know... then always position the birdie sitting on something! branch, house etc etc etc..... Shame not to use the die - very cute.


Love the little birdie Nat! He's mega cute.... It's probably not the right solution but he would be a really easy template to make on the robo - as long as you didn't want to cut him from anything too thick you'd be set! If you want me to have a crack at it let me know :)

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