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    Anyone know where I can get blue 'Happy Christmas' peel offs? I'm on a bit of a silver/white/snowflake/snowman theme with my cards at the mo and would like a matching peel off but can't find any - I've ordered some from Mad about cards but think they'll be too dark.

    Hmmm...is it just me or is there not a HUGE load of Christmas stuff about? I did think I was being a bit silly when i went ot my local craft shop (in a garden center) as they didn't have much but I guess it's only just Oct but then I went into the garden center itself and there were MILLIONS of christmas decorations etc for sale. Even if you just make cards for fun rather than sell them, surely you'll be making cards sooner then you'll be putting up decorations???????????
    Caroline

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    If you go to Craft Creations Website you'll be able to order them in whatever colour you want. You can also request a catalogue free of charge. Then you'll have some bedtime reading, lol.

    Liz

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    • #3
      Hi Caroline

      If you have no luck with your blue peel offs how about colouring in the silver peel offs with a blue peel off pen - you'll get a slightly shiny effect rather than matt but looks pretty good.

      As for Christmas stock - I've had all my Christmassy stuff out in the shop for a good few weeks now and I finally grouped it altogether into one section on the website yesterday - personally I think I left that very late this year! In the shop I get one of two responses... it's either 'oh fabulous look at all the Christmas bits' or 'I can't even think about Christmas yet' there doesn't seem to be any inbetween
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      • #4
        I've found blue holographic here: http://www.liz-craft.co.uk/card-maki...-1-20-205.html don't know if thats any help!
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        • #5
          Thank you everyone for all your advice - brill as always!!!

          Ooooo Natty Netty - am busy at work but just has a quick look at your Christmas section - I am sooooo going to be buying a load of stuff off you when I get a chance, I can tell!

          Also - what's this about a peel off pen...tell me more?!?!?!????.....
          Caroline

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          Go on, add some sparkle to your project!

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          • #6
            Peel off pens are quick drying permenant pens that you can use on peel offs (obviously ) and acetate. You can get packs with assorted colours and they work best on silver or white peel offs - they're brilliant if you want some wording or border peel offs to match your card's colour scheme, I also use them on butterfly peel offs and they look fab.

            Awwww glad you like my website
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            • #7
              Originally posted by nattynetty View Post
              Peel off pens are quick drying permenant pens that you can use on peel offs (obviously ) and acetate. You can get packs with assorted colours and they work best on silver or white peel offs - they're brilliant if you want some wording or border peel offs to match your card's colour scheme, I also use them on butterfly peel offs and they look fab.

              Awwww glad you like my website
              I bought some recently and they are great for getting more variety out of silver/gold peel offs. I have been colouring everything!!!!!!!!
              Cynthia
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