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    Well thank you Lisa I have now uploaded with your help Omg what a performance this is.

    Another for christmas I designed and cut on craft robo

    Thanks for looking
    Tina xx
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    Glad you got it - your cards are fantastic and will have loads of pics to show us all.

    Lovely card it is great.

    Cheers.

    Lisa

    Bowed Over
    Handmade Dog Collar Accessories
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    • #3
      That's gorgeous, I'm sure it will be very popular!

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      • #4
        Fantastic

        Thats a lovely card, very clever :-)

        Sarahxxx

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        • #5
          Oh If I was sent one of those it would be on display every Christmas, I would never part with it. Beautiful xxx


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          • #6
            What a nice idea

            What a good idea.

            Captures the warmth of Christmas very nicely.

            I have been thinking of designing my own card this year, now you have set me thinking anew.

            Richard
            For DIY gilding and antique finishes to gold leaf.
            For the esoteric & unusual in bookbinding

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            • #7
              Tina, that's gorgeous


              *makes a note to put a Robo on her christmas list*
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              A mind is like a parachute........it only functions when open

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              • #8
                Looks fab. That craft robo is doing wonders!
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                'I am sure it must hurt your eyes to work filigree by candlelight.' - Jane Austen

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                • #9
                  That's lovely. Your friends willl be delighted when they receive that

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                  • #10
                    I am about to make myself unpopular again. From the other side of the 'craft robo' scale, where is the craft bit? I'm probably wrong, because I haven't a clue what one is, just having seen the end result, but isn't this like 'digital art'? I always thought the art of the artisan was to make thing with your own hands, feet, or whatever, rather than have an idea and program it into a machine..........................I know this is probably a sore subject, but I'm having trouble seeing what's 'skilled' or 'crafty' about craft robo. You may now put me against a wall, blindfold me, and open fire!

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                    • #11
                      You could look at it as another tool for creating - I use paper punches for some of my designs - I could cut them out by hand, but using the punch makes the finished item look neater. I use a guillotine to cut my card to size - again i could use a knife, but the guillotine makes a neater cut.

                      You come up with the idea/design, and then use whatever 'tool' gives you the best finish possible.

                      When I studied interior design, we used to draw all the designs by hand, now designers use computer programs - does that lessen the talent?

                      just my tuppencehappenyworth
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                      A mind is like a parachute........it only functions when open

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Pagan View Post
                        When I studied interior design, we used to draw all the designs by hand, now designers use computer programs - does that lessen the talent?
                        I don't know if it lessens the talent, but I think it certainly lessens the skill level needed. If a fashion designer hadn't done any art training could they draw well enough to get their design across? If an architect couldn't find his way around a sketch book and a pencil case could he get his ideas across? I think it's where you draw the line between a tool being an 'aid' or a 'replacement'.

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                        • #13
                          Beautiful!!!! Sue xx
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                          • #14
                            Absolutely beautiful! And moreover, it can serve as a nice addition to a little Christmas tree decorations.

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                            • #15
                              so beautiful - i sooooooooo want a Robo but can't justify it to myself let alone blokey (who incidently would laught in my face!)!!
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